The introduction of the liquid crystal display televisions commonly known as the LCD TVs is the perfect example of the advancements in the technologies of the contemporary world. The great shift from the traditional flat screen TVs to the modern ultra slim LCD TVs were taken to be one of the greatest advancements of life. To excel in the LCD TV market, many previous electronic brands acquired the same phenomenon of the Television productions and made LCDs of their own. Toshiba is one of the very well renowned companies who is known to make on one of the best LCD TVs across the globe.
The all newly launched Toshiba Regza series in the LCD TVs with its energy efficiency, back light system and comprehensive control panels and ample connection options become the center of attraction in a highly affordable price. The Regza series has a “Crystal Coat”glossy surface similar to the ultra-clear panel of Samsung producing more harsh pictures as compared to Sony Bravia’s matte finished screens.
Compatibility with PlayStation:
The Toshiba Regza series became famous among the PlayStation users due to its HD video which fared much better than the others in an affordable price. The ability of converting 1080i video to 1080p in Toshiba’s LCDs proved remarkable. Brightness control based on room lightening, better picture resolution and playing a far better motion video on Toshiba enabled the PlayStation users especially the PlayStation 3 users increased the sales of Toshiba’s LCDs.
Currently, Toshiba’s Regza series stand great as a mid-range LCD unit in an attractive price. It is not remarkable yet it suits the need of the consumer in the given budget. The Regza series has faced a little up and down in the past. Facing some problems and rarely reaching the excellence of its foremost competitors, its lack of appeal and bulky design was somewhat dissatisfaction for customers. Although its high resolution picture quality and 1080p resolution with the ability to play 24p Blu-Ray Films was a huge attraction for PlayStation owners in the mid-level range of LCD TVs but Toshiba is not able to get hold of the major market share of LCDs due to not achieving the excellence and marketing of its high-end competitors.