New for Toshiba Ultra HD, strictly flat and full LED

New for Toshiba Ultra HD, strictly flat and full LED

Toshiba at IFA showed prototypes of the new U Series Ultra HD TV. Back to the Cevo Engine and especially the Pro 700 LED backlighting with Local Dimming. They will arrive in 2015.

Toshiba unveiled at IFA a new series of TV Ultra HD, currently still at the prototype stage, given that the first models will arrive in 2015 The new Series U, the name chosen by Toshiba, to the delight of many fans is composed of flat-screen TVs and 4K LCD panel LED. The backlight is of particular interest because it inherits the Pro 700 LED technology already seen on the current series L7 and L9: Toshiba essentially takes it hard on the road to full LED with local dimming and in a world of LED Edge is definitely good news.

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The new TV stand out for its eye-catching design, the ultra slim frame and of course the return of the processor CEVO Picture, as Toshiba calls it now. The company is not having released many details of this new series of TV. We know that the new version of CEVO processor supports decoding HEVC is for streaming content, and playback of multimedia files from USB devices or SD cards. No mention with regard to the compatibility with the new format also for television broadcasts DVB.

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A cross-section of the L7 Toshiba TV that shows the system retroilluimanzione full LED.

Toshiba has focused instead primarily on the new version of the functionality MediaGuide Replay, a kind of intelligent EPG that is not only able to learn our tastes and suggest content that may be interested, but also to record them automatically. The new version will also be controllable from outside the home, via apps for smartphones and tablets. No information on when will be available the new TV if you do that more details on the characteristics of the U Series will be released in 2015 The appointment seems to be for the CES in January.  Credit : dday.it

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