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CES 2013Everyone's dishing out 4k, but Toshiba is the only company at CES 2013 churning out second-gen Ultra HD tellies – and this 84-incher comes with Cloud TV, too.
Great value 2D, 3D and upscaled SD images are interrupted by a lacklustre and wired-only smart TV hub, and an all-round slow user interface that's frustrating to use.
With glasses-free 3D and 4K resolution, the Toshiba 55ZL2 may be the most cutting-edge TV ever - and it's priced accordingly.
No longer content with dominating the budget TV market, Toshiba bids for high-end glory with its powerful, beautiful 46YL863.
The Toshiba 32RL858 is a 32-inch TV that manages to combine a strikingly affordable price point with just the sort of features and looks a savvy budget 32-inch TV buyer would be crying out for.
The Toshiba 40RL858 addresses a perceived demand for smart TVs by putting a revamped version of Toshiba Places at the forefront of an increasingly standard feature set.
Few TV brands have had as busy a 12 months as Toshiba. Not content with launching its biggest television range for years last April, Toshiba even managed to squeeze in a 'round two' of telly launches right at the end of 2011. And heading up this second raft of TVs is the TL868 series, and the 46-inch Toshiba 46TL868B.
Toshiba's BV501 range regularly show up as some of the biggest selling TVs in Britain. So how does this 22" model stack up?