Conclusion: The Toshiba 55UX600 has a $2,499 MSRP but goes for around $2K at legit online sellers. Samsung’s Ethernet-only 55-inch Internet LED HDTV is around the same price, while a Panasonic a 54-inch Wi-Fi-ready G25 plasma is also around $2,000 including the optional WLAN accessory for your router. Given the similar pricing, the Toshiba is not a screaming buy, but it’s still a good television that easily connects to the web at the touch of your remote.
Pros: 1080p, 120 Hz edge-lit LED HDTV, WLAN Adaptor supplied, Easy Net access, Solid picture quality but not outstanding, 4 HDMI inputs
Cons: Does not support Netflix, Remote could be better, Full-array backlit sets are much better but costlier, Higher-quality surround circuitry would be a plus