Toshiba 47VL863 3D LED TV

| November 27, 2011 | Comments

Let’s face it, most of us watch too much TV. Even when there isn’t anything good on, we still find ourselves glued to that box in the corner (or on the wall) and to be totally honest, I don’t see anything wrong with that at all.

What I do have a problem with, is a small TV. Now, Toshiba’s brand new 47VL863 is anything but small, and with its passive polarisation 3D technology the images on screen are only going to feel bigger.

The set features a 47 inch display, which is remarkably thin, thanks to its LED edge-lit backlighting. There’s room for four HDMI connections, one Scart, two USBs, a PC D-sub, an ethernet port, a CI card slot and digital audio output.

The set also come with two built in tuners; Freeview HD and DVB-S2 Satellite. So you can enjoy numerous channels straight out of the box.

The Satellite tuner also allows you to search for extra ‘free-to-air’ channels. As you’ve no doubt come to expect, this TV has internet content too. You get the standard free services like BBC iPlayer, You Tube and DailyMotion, but you also get some snazzy pay per view content too.

For an extra spend now and again you can enjoy Cartoon Network, Box Office 365, Woomi and Viewstar.

The set can support AVI, MOV and MKV video files that are connected via USB and will even play your MP3 or AAC files. The Toshiba 47VL863 is out now, retailing at $1380 (£899).




Source: Toshiba

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