Toshiba LED backlit ZX8000 REGZA LCDs to Be Expected

After release of the energy efficient C8000 REGZA LCDs, Toshiba is ready for its higher end LED backlit ZX8000 (labeled SV670 in the U.S.) series. Featuring a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio and local dimming technology, this series also pack the latest edition of Super Resolution+ upconverting, ClearScan 240Hz motion and fifth generation Pixel Pure image processing.

Except for these picture qualities, there are more features that anyone can appreciate. The InstaPort HDMI ensures the lagless switching between inputs, and AutoView calibration is perfect for room lighting conditions. Add-on hard disk drives are also available.

The ZX8000 models are expected in late June or early July for 46- and 55-inch models topping out around 600,000 ($5,944.)

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