By Craig Zammit
SYDNEY: Toshiba has unveiled its global brand known as Regza, which will encompass a new line-up of large flat panel televisions set to launch across the world.
According to Toshiba, the Regza range will consist of high quality products offering the latest in motion enhancement technologies.
“Toshiba’s renowned expertise in the research and development of leading-edge visual technology makes this quality range an excellent value for money prospect, backed up by a five year warranty,” Castel advertising manager, Randall Crocker told current.com.au.
The 46-inch (119cm) 47WL66 (RRP $8,499) incorporates HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) with a high definition panel resolution of 1920x1080i, 800:1 contrast ratio and an 8ms refresh rate to reproduce high quality, fast moving images.
Included in the Regza 47WL66 is the 3D Colour Management system, which allows users to adjust the brightness, hue and saturation of the six base colours individually, presenting consumers with over 800 million times more choices than conventional colour management.
The complete Regza range, to be supported by state and national press, includes 26-inch, 32-inch, 37-inch and 42-inch LCD screens and will launch in August 2006 through Harvey Norman, selected Retravision stores and specialist retailers.