At the IFA 2010, Toshiba announced the new REGZA WL768 series 3D-capable LED HDTVs. The new WL series feature a “stunning exterior designed in collaboration with Danish designers JACOB JENSEN DESIGN – offering unrivalled style to complement advanced performance.”
Available in 40-inch, 46-inch and 55-inch screen sizes, the WL768 series boasts support for 3D content, Full HD 1920×1080 resolution with LED Edge backlighting, 7,000,000:1 dynamic contrastar ratio, and integrated DVB-T2 tuner. All models have built-in WiFi connectivity for access internet content with applications for BBC iPlayer and YouTube integrated as standard. There are four HDMI input and two USB input supporting MP3 and JPEG playback.
The REGZA WL768 uses the active shutter technology to maintain Full HD picture quality when switched to 3D mode and comes with a pair of compatible Toshiba 3D active shutter glasses, synchronizes with the TV’s refresh rate via an IR emitter, integrated within the TV chassis. This new 3D HDTV series also includes the MetaBrain processor, the Active Vision M200HD Pro picture processing with 200Hz refresh rate, 3D Resolution+ picture enhancement technology.
The new REGZA WL series will be released in October.