Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Toshiba ZX900 Series CELL TV Release Date Confirmed 1080p Full HD Toshiba ZX900 "Is More Than Just a TV"

With CES 2010 in full
swing in Las Vegas, manufacturers are trying every little trick to get
a bit more attention their way. One of the companies to actually manage
to impress is Toshiba who are trying to position themselves higher in
the home entertainment market by introduction their new Toshiba ZX900
Series CELL TVs and announcing that they should be available in the US,
later this year.
A groundbreaking piece of technology that Toshiba says will power the
future of home entertainment , the new ZX900 Series packs the CELL
Broadband Engine that is supposedly 143 times faster (processing power
that is) than a regular TV. It also brings the company's ClearScan 480Hz
frame rate technology, delivers an astounding 9,000,000:1 dynamic
contrast ratio and an 1,000 cd/m2 brightness.
On top of these all, the new Toshiba ZX900 CELL TV comes with a 1TB hard
drive, WiFi 802.11n, Wireless HD and an ethernet port along with HDMI
connectivity.
Creating a TV around the CELL Engine has removed previous limitations
and allowed Toshiba to create an ultra-premium TV that is also an easy
to use home entertainment server, said Scott Ramirez, VP TV Marketing
for Toshiba America Consumer Products. By combining the CELL Engine
with the new KIRA2 LED panel technology, Toshiba engineers have
developed all-new levels of stunning performance and comprehensive
functionality. CELL TV provides more brightness, more contrast, more
detail, more 3D, more robust connectivity, and more fun than anything we
have ever created. CELL TV is the new gold standard.
No word regarding price or specific availability, but better think of
living without a kidney if you want to bring one to your living room.
This ain't come in cheap!
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