Excerpt: The Toshiba HDTV has good picture quality
Pros: Average ease of handling the remote control, Average ease of navigating through menu options and settings, Easy to find additional features on the menu option, Easy to change inputs and video sources, At various viewing angles, there were very few noticeable changes in picture quality, Good sound clarity
Cons: Lower volume level capability, Low levels of brightness
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