Toshiba is pushing the envelope in the world of TV technology. From its growing preoccupation with auto-stereoscopic (glasses-free 3D) screens, to cerebrally smart TVs that use Cell and CEVO processors for multitasking and advanced picture processing, the brand seems desperately keen to take television to the next level. …
The last SCART socket?
not everyones HD
leave it out not.. not everyones HD. And certainly most broadcast stuff isnt.
The last Scart?
Two Scarts would be good, not everyone wants to pay for Sky HD and manage with a regular Sky +, and use Freeview/FreesatHD on HDMI, so a second Scart for legacy players spare would be a good thing imho
Specifically mentioned in the review, but IMO, it looks dated already. I don't care how thin it is, large bezel and diagonal lines are about as trendy as flares.
Commendably cheap however.
Are you joking?
The latest Samsungs are better, and cheaper than this.
Why would anybody part with £600 for outdated second-brand technology?
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