And how their PQ / processor and motion system fair; all of which, Toshiba have been very forward on stating it to be their work and not Vestel.Will be interesting to see what price they launch at, and how well the smart system works, Tosh arn't exactly known for great software.
Yup they certainly did on the CRT front, now that was a two man lift . From someone that has dealings with their heavy industry side today , well they seem rather backwards thinking on the tech front even today.Toshiba never really had the same kudos in display technology as the likes of Sony & Panasonic, but back in the day they made huge CRT's that reviewed pretty well.
However, I had a 32" Toshiba LCD and it was bloomin' awful... a terribly slow interface and a mushy picture.
I hope their OS and picture processing have improved.
We'll soon know and see if Toshiba's QC squad have a tight rein on Vestel in production.Vestel tends to be hit and miss in picture quality and settings, but at least the X97 supports HDR unlike the earlier news report about the model (*on some other site).
This could be good, the more OLED makers the merrier.
These use 2017 panels ... vestel are obviously counting that they can undercut everybody else by at least a couple of hundred quid and use Toshiba's expertise and name to be taken seriously.Surely to come in as low as £1600 for a 55" they must be pretty old panels?
Probably leftover 2015's that the bigger boys don't want.
Have a 2008, toshiba 37" 1080p TV at me mams still going strong, pretty good picture on it still, if these do review well I would certainly consider one.