Toshiba 46VL758




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By on 60

Phones, toasters and smoke alarms. No, we’re not expanding our review remit into the world of household appliances. These are just some of the devices given a makeover by designer Jacob Jensen in recent years. And now, you can add TVs to that...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Toshiba isn’t a brand we particularly associate with the ugly stick. Its sets might not set new aesthetic standards or establish new trends, but they’re certainly not ugly. Especially for TVs usually found at the budget end of the TV market....

By T3 Magazine on 80

It’s immediately apparent when you lift this Toshiba from its box that it’s a step above the competition in terms of finish and build. From the hefty stand and edge-to-edge glass faceplate this screen oozes class. Styled by the Jacob...

By TechRadar on 70

Engaging celebrated designers to style high-end TVs has become quite the thing. B&O, for example, has a long relationship with David Lewis, while Sharp called upon Toshiyuki Kita for its ground-breaking XS1 RGB LED series. Now it's Toshiba's...

By Pocket-lint on 80

The Jacob Jensen design adds a welcome air of sophistication to what is actually a cost conscious Edge LED flatscreen. Active Motion M100 provision doesn’t prevent some image smearing, but detail retention generally is surprisingly good. There are...

By CNET UK on 60

We love the VL's stylish design and its bright and rich colours. However, the contrast performance is a little lacking and its internet features feel like they’re still a work in...

By Home Cinema Choice on 60

Anyone with aspirations to become a designer should eat lots of pastries and bacon. It seems to work for the Danes, who get plenty of work in the business of designing home entertainment kit – even from the Japanese now. Toshiba, looking for...