The Toshiba 46RV600A is a 46-inch LCD television that features a 3000:1 native contrast and a full-HD picture.
This relatively small 27-inch LCD from Toshiba is most suited to small living rooms or bedrooms. It can display high definition broadcasts but remember you’ll need to factor in the cost of a HD set-top box to take advantage of this.
Toshiba’s 42WL58 does LCD technology proud, and it’s a solid all-round performer if you’ve got cash to burn. If you’re concerned about image quality or price, however, you’re best to stick with a good plasma unit; spend the money you save on an HD tuner and good hard drive recorder.
Toshiba's 58L9363 is a pretty unconvincing 4K package even at this price, with backlight bleed, poor black levels, motion blur, a substandard smart TV system and sluggish menus.
If you're on a budget and mostly tend to watch TV during daylight hours or in a brightly lit room, the Toshiba 46TL968 isn’t a bad option. Its standard-definition pictures don’t look as strong as some of its rivals however, and its smart TV system still lags behind those on rival sets from brands like Sony, Samsung and LG.
The Toshiba 47WL968 impresses with its supremely slim bezel and sharp, vibrant HD pictures. It also has good sound quality for such a slimline set. Its smart TV system is on the weak side, however, and standard-definition upscaling could be better. It also suffers from some motion issues in 3D.
The 40-inch Toshiba 40RL953B offers a big screen size at an affordable price. However, while it's a decent performer with HD material, it's less convincing when you're using it to watch standard-definition TV programmes.
The 55-inch Toshiba 55VL963B has a stylish design and WiDi support will be a boon for some. However, standard-definition pictures and the Places smart TV platform lag behind the competition and there are weaknesses in picture performance. Sony's 55HX753 and LG's 55LM660T are better options for a similar price.
Toshiba has tried hard with the 55YL863B to produce a TV that can take on the high-end models from rival manufacturers. However, despite the promise of the powerful CEVO processing, this set is a mixed performer and its Internet features and 3D performance are in need of serious improvement.
The Toshiba 55WL863 is a very accomplished set with a pleasing design, sharp HD pictures and excellent 3D images from Blu-ray discs. But poor Internet features, a bad remote and unimpressive standard-definition pictures relegate it to second best.
Toshiba's Regza 42VL863 LED TV uses passive 3D technology, and it looks very promising. It's not short on other intriguing features either, so it's got us rather excited. Fingers crossed it won't be ludicrously pricey.
We think most people will be very happy with the Toshiba Regza 47ZV635DB. It's big but not too large to fit in a normal lounge. It's also got the features that most people want in a TV, and it does a superb job with high-definition images from Blu-ray and other sources. While it's not the most exciting telly ever, it's a solid performer
A visually impressive TV that does a great job with most things you throw at it. Sadly, we're not thrilled about the shallow viewing angle and slightly muddy black levels, both a result of the backlight
The 32-inch Toshiba Regza CV 32CV711B lacks the range of inputs and refined picture quality you'd expect from a main TV, but it might be a good bet for a second telly for the kitchen or bedroom.
Stylish looks and impressive performance with HD material can't hide the fact that the Internet features on the Toshiba 40RL858B are below par and its onboard speakers are weak.
The Toshiba Regza 46SL753B manages well with HD video from Blu-ray discs, but Freeview HD material suffers from a distinct lack of detail, and we weren't sold on the TV's sound quality either. It's a good TV if you want a set for gaming and watching HD movies, but make sure you've got an external sound system
The 40-inch, 1080p Toshiba Regza 40WL753B puts in a decent performance for an LED-backlit TV at such a competitive price. Alas, its Internet features are whack.