Excerpt: The average group of consumers can do without features like Wi-Fi or 3D, but are not ready to compromise on the reason for buying a particular set i.e Picture Quality. The 50L2300U from Toshiba, though a low end model, meets the demands of the mid range consumers thoroughly. Appreciable picture quality, ultra-slim build and a good connectivity compared to any other low end model and a considerably large screen size makes the 50L2300U top the list of low-end models.
Conclusion: At $650, Toshiba’s attractive 50L2300U definitely offers some cheap HD real estate, providing accurate colors, a sharp image, and marginal motion judder across its large screen. However, with its slim feature set, we expected more from the TV’s overall performance. Poor black levels, weak shadow detail, and a lackluster interface keep us from placing it on par with our favorites from the segment, like the Vizio E0I series , which offers better performance, and a lot more...
Pros: Accurate color, Sharp image, Attractive design, Affordable
Cons: Poor black levels and shadow detail, Mediocre feature set and interface, LED bleed