I am typing coverage from cnet.com and this is a review of the Toshiba L 5200 LCD television.
Still looking to spend around a thousand bills for heating and don't want to buy -- plasma and this may be the television to look at.
Design wise it's daily on -- shaming with the piano black bezel and a little triangle on -- -- which it might as some sort of adding -- union.
As a television aimed at the budget market and there are no real features to speak out including nice spot television or not a 3-D access.
So what you get is essentially 120 Hertz if you want to watch -- on your television.
But mostly it's the -- -- that -- here.
So what we have is very good black levels for the price but of them by Sony and Samsung at an equivalent -- around a thousand or more.
The only downside here is color fidelity.
While you get not -- images did not very true to -- regional with a bit of green cropping up in the middle there.
But we strip prices going for -- a thousand -- all three -- in the ranks the 42 to 46 and 55.
This is a very good option if you don't spend that much money.
-- -- -- a break from cnet.com.
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