Summary: Had this TV now for year and half, at first was happy but then found the options are limited with neither of the big two streaming companies available in the menu system being netflix or lovefilm and also being limited to only BBC iplayer and no other catch up TV options. I therefore bought a smart bluray player which had all the options I required. Since buying this TV it has intermittently froze up with no display and just green light.
Summary: I bought this from Currys because Currys is across the road from where I live. I use this as a television and as a monitor for a laptop. As a monitor it's great, all external inputs look fabulous. I've even hooked up an iPad and it looks grand. I'm not convinced about Resolution+ but I've never been a big fan of upscaling. It worked with a TPlink wireless-N dongle I had kicking about, so great connectivity, can't complain at all.
Summary: I bought a Toshiba Smart TV a few months ago thinking I could watch films from popular internet sites such as Netflix and Lovefilm... I was Wrong! TOSHIBA SMART TV'S DONT SUPPORT THESE!!! NOT EVEN ITV PLAYER!!! The TV itself is good quality and picture is very good but you probably better buying a Samsung TV has they are more compatible with apps for the internet. Do some research before buying is my advice.
Summary: Good picture - which is after all the main thing. The autoview feature is good - it sets the picture by measuring the light in the room - I've tried getting a better picture by manually adjusting but I can't beat the autoview. Connectivity is good - 3 x HDMI (most only have 2) - 1 x scart - composite input for your games machine - and VGA PC input. There is no input however for an external source apart from the games input.
Summary: I have no idea how an interface like this one gets past the design manager. Truely awful. I used to be a big Toshiba fan and have had many well made products from them in the past. Sadly they seem a little lost now.
Summary: We wanted a TV with a good quality picture, so we looked for the best value 32-inch Full-HD LED TV with a 100Hz refresh rate and this is what we got. It lived up to our expectations and the picture quality is indeed very good. High definition is superb and standard definition is also very good. The actual TV is very compact and smart looking.
Summary: I have owned the 32" Model for around 3 months now and it is a good value Freeview HD TV. I have compiled my personal Pro's & Con's on the TV as a few reviews I've read have been slightly misleading. Pro's 1) Freeview HD and good picture on Standard Freeview 2) USB Connectivity - I have a 1TB portable HD connected which is partitioned into 2 sections. I have a separate 100GB partition for the TV's recording and time slip feature which works perfectly.