Design, technology and affordability come together in this Toshiba REGZA 46UX600U 46" LED TV, which not only has a 3 million to 1 dynamic contrast ratio, but PixelPure technology, and more for $1300. Find out more in this review with Kevin Pereira and Chris Hardwick.
What You Need To Know
This is one of the more stylish LED televisions we've seen.
Half the inputs are underneath and half are on the side, so you shouldn't have much trouble wall-mounting it.
It's only 2" thick and the design features a standard black border.
Toshiba was one of the first companies to include a Wi-fi adapter in the box, so you can easily access their Internet widgets.
We were surprised at how much content there was and how easy it was to navigate.
There are thousands of podcasts from CNN, Discover, NBC, HBO and more. There's even Attack of the Show!
You can log in to Facebook and Twitter, stream Voodoo and Pandora, while also checking the weather.
Overall, it's one of the best Internet-enabled televisions we've used.
The television looks okay: the blacks are not as deep as we expected from an LED backlit TV. Sometimes, there's a visible amount of grain in darker scenes.
The colors are relatively vibrant and accurate, but it's not quite up to par with the Panasonic and Samsung TVs.
The 120 Hz feature doesn't feel like it eliminates blur much at all. It's barely noticeable, which might be a good thing for some people.