Looking for a battery-powered HD-ready TV? Toshiba have got you covered

Picture the scene; it's a glorious summer's day, birds are chirping in the trees, kids are playing in the parks and hot guys and gals are stripping down to shorts and bikinis everywhere. It's THE time to get outside. But,…

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Gerald LynchLooking for a battery-powered HD-ready TV? Toshiba have got you covered

Top 5 little HD TVs for watching the World Cup on

The start of the World Cup is just a few days away and, if you're anything like the team here at Tech Digest, you're not going to want to miss a single game. While in an ideal world we'd all…

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Gerald LynchTop 5 little HD TVs for watching the World Cup on

Top 5 HD TVs for watching the World Cup on

With the World Cup 2010 finals in South Africa just around the corner, there's no better time than now to upgrade your TV. If you've been holding out to make the jump from a standard definition telly to a HD…

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Gerald LynchTop 5 HD TVs for watching the World Cup on

Toshiba lays the smackdown with Snapdragon-powered TG01 smartphone

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Who cares about MWC 09 around the corner when when Toshiba goes and blows us all away with an announcement like they did not one hour ago? The Toshiba GT01 is the smartphone that’s going to be on everyone’s lips, hands, ears, mouths and just about every other fleshy part you can stick it.

Why? Well, because it’s essentially taken a look at the iPhone, filled all of the gaps and added a few Tosh twists all of it’s own. The lowdown starts here. First up is the obvious one and that’s the 4.1-inch WVGA LCD that just happens to use the same technology as the high end Toshiba Regza TVs…

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Daniel SungToshiba lays the smackdown with Snapdragon-powered TG01 smartphone

Toshiba launches REGZA ZV Series upscaling TV

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Despite the fact that most people have HDTVs, very few actually view HD content on them, with 99% of TV programs still broadcast in standard definition. What’s the solution? Well, according to Toshiba, it’s “buy another TV!”. Buy the ZV, to be precise. It’s an upscaling television.

It uses a “powerful cell processor algorithm” to turn standard definition TV into something a little closer to full HD, mainly by finding edges and sharpening them. It also tries to improve depth and texture, and even though the result won’t be as good as full-HD signal, it’s better than nothing.

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Duncan GeereToshiba launches REGZA ZV Series upscaling TV

The Toshiba ZF series – with 23mm wide bezel

I do realise this is the third glossy black TV I’ve put up in the last hour, which is why I’ve included every camera angle possible for them so far – had Toshiba launched a fourth series of TVs, I probably would’ve included a bird’s eye shot or even reverse upside-down. Got to keep it fresh, yanno?

With the largest price-tag of the three new series, the ZF is their new flagship series under the REGZA umbrella. They’re sporting those ultra-thin bezels we saw at CES, at just 0.9″ wide, and with three sizes…

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Katherine HannafordThe Toshiba ZF series – with 23mm wide bezel

More Toshiba REGZA tellies, the XV series with full 1080p

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Another series for Toshiba presented this week, the XV series is housed under the REGZA brand, and carries some new technology, including audio description, game mode and Active Vision LCD Picture Processing.

With the usual 32″, 37″ and 42″ models available, they’ll each have 1920 x 1080 resolution (that’s full 1080p), three HDMI sockets, a digital tuner, and contrast ratio of up to 30,000:1.

All of Toshiba’s new series debuted this week – the CV, XV and ZF, will carry the aforementioned Game Mode, which gives 1:1 pixel mapping using Exact Scan, and increases response time dramatically. Not only…

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Katherine HannafordMore Toshiba REGZA tellies, the XV series with full 1080p