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Toshiba G300 120Hz LCD HDTV

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Features ClearFrame 120Hz which doubles the video frames to eliminate motion blur

Toshiba announced the G300 120Hz LCD TV Series for 2010. Underscoring Toshiba’s commitment to stellar picture quality, as well as elements that enhance consumer’s overall television viewing experience, the G300 LCD 1080p HDTV series feature several key picture quality and convenience technologies.

  • DynaLight™ monitors the brightness level of each video frame and automatically adjusts for deeper black levels, creating higher dynamic contrast for a more realistic picture.
  • Photo Frame capability allows these sets to act as both a TV and a Digital Photo Frame. Consumers can now showcase their favorite memories as a clear, crisp slide show on the high-resolution television screen, all controlled with just the TV remote.
  • Gaming Mode takes the gaming experience to a new level by reducing game control delay, thus giving the player improved reaction time and a more realistic playing experience. This is great when used with popular gaming consoles, or with PC games using the TVs PC Input.

G300 Series — Fast Action, Fast Connectivity
For sports enthusiasts and action movie fans alike, the G300 boasts ClearFrame™ 120Hz which doubles the video frames from 60 per second to 120 per second, designed to virtually eliminate motion blur without decreasing image brightness. Whether watching a football player angling toward the end zone, or eagerly following a high speed movie chase, the picture is crisp and clear regardless of image motion.

The G300 series is available in 40-inch, 46-inch, and newly offered 54.6-inch measured diagonally.

Pricing and Availability:
The G300 series will be available to purchase starting in March 2010.

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