Toshiba Makes Ultra HD LED TV Mark At CES 2013

[CES 2013] The TV segment has always been an innovative one, and it is definitely not one industry that is willing to rest on its laurels. Well, Toshiba intends to expand their reach and muscle their way into the Ultra HD market thanks to the announcement of their LG-rivalling 84-inch 4K LED TV. Coming under the umbrella that is the L9300 series, this bad boy will also be made available to those who do not have such deep pockets, where it will arrive in 65-inch and 58-inch models as well.

Out later this summer, there is no word on pricing details just yet, but you know for sure that none of these are going to come cheap or affordable at all. A Toshiba representative claimed that the secret to Ultra HD would be the processing, although there would not be much native content at launch. Underneath the hood would lie a CEVO 4K Quad+Dual Core Processor and CQ Engine. We look forward to this monster of a TV ship later this year, and hope that resolution of media content would be able to catch up with the resolution count in due time.

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