TOSHIBA RELEASES NEW 65” 4K UHD SMART TV
Toshiba, who are enjoying steady growth in the TV market in Australia has announced a new 65" 4K UltraHD Smart TV just in time for Christmas.
Consumers are demanding bigger screens, and that has been answered by Toshiba with stunning resolution and a fantastic viewing experience thanks to what they call "Ultra Essential PQ" technology.
Shelden Walker, from Powermove, who represent Toshiba in Australia told StereoNET:
Our CEVO 4K Engine optimises the very best in picture quality through several processes on board. They are the “Colour Re-Master Pro” system, which restores original colour to the image and then “Super Contrast Booster” giving a deeper picture in the 4K worlds. On top of this, we utilise high-quality IPS and also 10-bit panels to ensure that you will go away being enthralled and wanting more.
The Toshiba Pro Theatre 65U7750 features an Android operating system with a clear and friendly user interface, and the added benefits of endless content.
With the potential for thousands of apps and games plus all the latest movie and music videos, the addition of Google's Chromecast built-in ensures virtually unlimited connectivity.
Voice search is also available via a second remote control.
The Toshiba Pro Theatre 65U7750 Ultra High Definition Smart TV is available now from Harvey Norman, Domayne, and Joyce Mayne outlets for $1999. Although our searches online found it can be purchased for a little less if you look around.
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