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Mark Peters : October 11th 2013 - 19:58 CET

Toshiba 4K Ultra HD TV Series


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ToshibaToshiba 4K Ultra HD TV Series available at US retailers : Toshiba’s Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, announced the L9300U Series of 4K Ultra HD TVs is now available at select US retailers in 58”, 65” and 84” screen sizes. For a limited time, Toshiba will be providing the BDX6400 4K Upscaling Symbio Blu-ray Player and the SBX5065 300 Watt Sound Strip free with 4K Ultra HD TV purchases. The Toshiba L9300U Series TVs are powered by Toshiba’s proprietary second generation Cevo 4K Quad plus Dual Core Engine. Sophisticated technology such as Resolution Restoration, Color Restoration and Surface Brilliance Enhancement create life-like images that are unlike what most people have seen before.
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Toshiba 4K Ultra HD TVs
The 4K Ultra HD TV models also feature a stylish design with gun-metal trim and matching frame stand to deliver a modern, yet elegant, appearance. The Toshiba L9300U Series TVs deliver the ultimate viewing experience for movies, sports, video games, photo viewing, and more. Although these units are shipping with HDMI 1.4 level capability, Toshiba will also provide a free firmware upgrade to HDMI 2.0 level capability this December 2013 to support 4K 60fps content.

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Pricing and Availability
The Toshiba L9300U 4K Ultra HD TV Series are available now at select retailers in the United States. The 58-inch model caries a retail price of $3,999 USD. The 65-inch model retails for $5,499 USD and the 84-inch HD TV will go for $16,999 USD. Prices may vary from country to country. "We are proud that Toshiba’s 4K Ultra HD TVs are now available at quality retailers across the country," said Scott Ramirez, Vice President of Product Marketing and Development, Visual Products, Toshiba America. "We are providing the highest quality product and the highest value by offering a free 4K upconverting Blu-ray player and a dynamic Sound Bar to create an unmatched home theater experience."

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