Monday, December 31, 2007

Toshiba XF LCD TV's to get 100Hz

Most notable for an ultra slim profile of just 23mm the XF range of LCD TV's from Toshiba is also a very well equipped flat screen. From this March the 46in model in the XF series is set to become even more desirable with the addition of 100Hz processing.

Sporting a 10-bit panel for a broader range of colours and Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution along with 3 HDMI as well as the usual component, Composite and S-video inputs, the XF series has certainly not relied on its good looks to make its way in the world.

Toshiba's ultra slim series of LCD TV's have gained a loyal following not only because of their looks but also for the successful implementation of innovative technology. Complementing Full HD, the XF series also includes an "Exact Scan" mode that allows a 1080i (such as Sky SD) broadcasted signal to be processed by the TV in the original broadcasted format, with no scaling of the original image.

The slim line nature of the Toshiba's XF series make the screens appear much smaller than they actually are, and the impact is that much greater, especially with HD material. With the forthcoming addition of 100Hz processing, the overall performance of these screens should improve, especially with Standard Definition material.

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