TOSHIBA’S NEW 32” TV IS SMART AND AN EVEN SMARTER BUY
GadgetNET is as good as its word. Which is why we’re bringing this new Toshiba Series L47 32-inch Smart TV to our loyal readers' attention.
We said we’d give our readers first dibs on bargains and kicked off our Price Check regular feature with a snappy buy on the amazing sounding Aktimate Blue Active Speakers.
True to our word, we’d like to tell you about the amount of money you can save on this well-credentialed Toshiba Smart TV that normally sells for $499 but is on special for $395 at Harvey Norman stores.
That’s a $104 saving that could go in your pocket rather than the retailers, and we like that.
So what’s to crow about with this svelte TV? Plenty if you look at the specs and features your $395 delivers to a telly that would grace a bedroom, Home Office, den or Man/She Cave.
The new Toshiba is a high definition LED model with a CEVO engine driving a 1366x768 pixel resolution.
What’s more, you can forget all about fast motion smearing with this set. Watch a fast moving sports game, and you’ll get a clear, vivid picture sans blur or motion delay thanks to a Toshiba technology called AMR+100 motion delay.
As for enjoying movies or TV programs when there’s abundant daylight in your room, no sweat. This model has a BrightOn feature and Contrast Booster to give you a life-like picture in both bright and dark viewing environments.
The new Toshiba is also very smart which is unusual at this price-point and screen size. Smart enough to allow its users to enjoy all the TV series, movies and abundant media content that’s available on the internet (including NetFlix and YouTube) via its online streaming services.
While no TV’s sound rivals that of a quality hi-fi system, you’ll find the Toshiba L47 32-inch TV’s audio more than tolerable courtesy of its built-in Dolby Digital Plus technology and dual onboard, 10-watt speakers.
Connections comprise two USB and two HDMI input ports along with a single composite audio-video port.
Grab it while it's a good buy at this price.
Peter was formerly the Audio-Video Editor of the Herald Sun for over two decades. One of the most-respected tech and audio journalists in Australia, Peter brings his unparalleled experience and a unique story-telling ability to GadgetNET.
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