Toshiba In­tro­duces New Pro Theatre L4300

An­droid-Pow­ered LED TV Se­ries Now Avail­able in TYPE 50 Model

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Toshiba has a new LED TV out in the mar­ket and it’s called the Pro Theatre L4300 TV. Now avail­able in Type 50 model, the L4300 is unique from the com­pe­ti­tion by be­ing a TV that fea­tures a rel­a­tively stock An­droid ex­pe­ri­ence. Es­sen­tially, this means that con­sumers who are fa­mil­iar with the An­droid in­ter­face can sim­ply log on to the An­droid func­tions on the L4300 TV, sim­ply by in­putting their Google ac­count de­tails the same way that they would with their An­droid smart­phone or tablet.

The Pro Theatre L4300 sports a metic­u­lous and min­i­mal­ist de­sign and is built with Toshiba’s Pro Theatre tech­nol­ogy, which is de­signed to re­pro­duce high res­o­lu­tion im­ages through the use of ul­tra-com­plex cal­cu­la­tions that en­hance the re­ceived sig­nals to the high­est video qual­ity. Con­cur­rent to this tech­nol­ogy, the L4300 is also fit­ted with Auto Clean 2 and an Auto Sig­nal Booster tech­nol­ogy, which am­pli­fies and cap­tures poor sig­nals, as well as elim­i­nates fine noise to pro­duce a smoother and cleaner pic­ture qual­ity over its land­scape.

As the Pro Theatre L4300’s An­droid in­ter­face al­lows con­sumers to ac­cess their Google ac­count, con­sumers can watch videos from YouTube or down­load games from Google Play. The L4300 sup­ports more than 28 video for­mats, which in­clude the pop­u­lar H.264 and MKV for­mats, as well as screen mir­ror­ing, al­low­ing con­sumers to ‘throw’ their im­ages di­rectly to the screen wire­lessly. The L4300 also comes built with HDMI sup­port, as well as a PC in­put.

The Type 50 model shares the same de­sign as the Type 39 L4300 TV.

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