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Toshiba 46SL412U


$1,199.99 Released April, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well-priced for a 46" LED with 120Hz refresh technology. Gaming mode makes 120Hz gaming smooth and responsive, as advertised. 8ms or less pixel response in all modes.

The Cons:Fairly heavy for an LED TV at about 32lbs. No internet capability whatsoever.

The Toshiba 46SL412U is a high-definition 1080p LED television. The 46 inch sceen size is an upgrade from the Toshiba 40SL412U, and a new ClearFrame 120Hz mode is enabled that refreshes the screen quickly for sharp fast-moving subjects, rendering sports and action sequences without any blur.

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Product Shot 2 This is in turn followed by the Toshiba 55SL412U, which has an even larger screen. All 3 models are able to show full 1080p high definition video in Native Mode, avoiding the loss of signal due to over-scanning. Gaming Mode reduces the lag between controller and screen response, and the CineSpeed panel ensures that the response is always 8ms or less in all modes. DynaLight functionality is also available, which detects the ambient lighting in the room and adjusts the screen accordingly.

Features

  • 46 in LED display
  • 1080p Full HD resolution
  • ClearFrame 120Hz
  • DynaLight
  • CineSpeed Panel (8ms or less response)
  • Native Mode
  • Gaming Mode
  • 3 x HDMI, Component, PC, USB
  • Energy Star qualified

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    Well-priced for a 46" LED with 120Hz refresh technology.

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    Gaming mode makes 120Hz gaming smooth and responsive, as advertised.

  • 1

    8ms or less pixel response in all modes.

  • 1

    DynaLight automatic backlight adjustment is practically unnoticeable.

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    Native mode handles aspect ratios other than 16:9 very accurately.

  • 1

    Very thin at 1.38" deep.

Cons
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    Fairly heavy for an LED TV at about 32lbs.

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    No internet capability whatsoever.

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