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.
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
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.
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 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.
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.
At £450, the 40-inch Toshiba Regza RV40RV753 television represents good value for money. It's capable of producing impressive pictures from both high and standard-definition material.
The Toshiba Regza 32RV635DB is a really likeable TV for a fairly sensible price. A 1080p resolution is totally unnecessary on a 32-inch TV, but that's hardly an issue when you aren't paying through the nose for it. This TV will appeal to PlayStation 3 owners who want 1080p gaming, and probably to Blu-ray fans who don't have room for a larger TV. We also think the simple remote with large buttons makes this a good choice for older people or those who don't aren't technically inclined
Toshiba's 52WM48P is a good value buy -- after all, you're getting 52 inches of screen for under £2,000. The design is modern and stylish, the connectivity is excellent and it's fully equipped for high-definition pictures. However, it's facing particularly stylish competition from Samsung in the rear-projection market and the Toshiba just loses out in comparison
A fantastic television for high-definition material that does a pretty good job with standard-definition television too
Inevitably, given its startlingly low price, the Toshiba Regza 32AV635DB doesn't exactly set new AV standards. But that doesn't stop it outperforming and offering more features than the vast majority, if not all, of its ultra-cheap peers, making for a real bargain that puts yet more pressure on traditional budget brands like Goodmans and Ferguson
The Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB easily outclasses its budget competition. Those seeking great performance at a budget price should put it at the top of their shopping list
The Toshiba Regza 37CV505D is a strong, entry-level TV that has a lot to offer. We'd suggest this TV is ideal for people who aren't interested in keeping up with the Joneses but just want a decent 720p TV
A worthy television for people looking to enter the high-definition market, offering very good HD picture quality and enough features to satisfy most users -- and Freeview performance is decent too
The Toshiba Regza 37XV505D is a strong performer, with attractive styling and a reasonable amount of features and connectivity, too. Overall, it does a great job of pretty much everything