Toshiba will ship its 4K ultra high-definition TV this summer which was displayed at CES 2013 in January of this year. The L9300U product line has 58,65 and 84 inches three models. Toshiba said the company plans to ship ultra-high definition 4K TV sometime in August, the 58-inch is priced at $ 4,999, 65-inch is priced at $ 6,999 and 84-inch $ 16,999. Ultra-high-definition televisions are with the company’s Resolution Restoration technology, which allows non-4K-resolution better displayed on the screen.
Those 4K ultra-definition televisions use Toshiba’s CEVO 4K quad-core + dual-core processor, which enhances the device’s color and saturation. The devices refresh rate is 240Hz (ClearScan), while the “color and depth adaptive Resolution +” technology is able to better improve the overall image quality.
In addition, it can also provide Cloud TV functions such as MediaShare and MediaGuide, as well as news streaming, photo sharing, messaging, and family calendar.
CQ engine brings a lot of image control functions, including corners enhancement, dynamic Gamma, Color Master and expert calibration mode, UltraClera brings dynamic noise reduction, and integrated WiFi, WiDi and Miracast support.