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Toshiba’s new TVs can recognise the viewer

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Toshiba will release its new line of full definition LED and LCD TVs which combine style, features and connectivity in early September.

Also on board the new Toshiba televisions is impressive new technology called Personal TV Auto Face Recognition.

This means the Toshiba TV, which has an embedded camera, can recognise the viewers in front of the screen and remember their viewing preferences.  

Personal TV Auto Face Recognition can store up to four different viewers and their preferences which include picture settings, volume level and channel lists.

Also included with the new Toshiba range is MHL – Mobile High Definition Link – which allows users to share their HD content on the TVs using a direct cable connection from mobile devices and cameras.

The Toshiba televisions will be available in a range of sizes from 26-inch all the way up to 55-inch in high definition and full high definition LED and LCD models.

On the connectivity side, the Toshiba models have iPTV which will give users direct access to online content like YouTube, Picasa and social networking including Facebook

The Toshiba Regza WL800A full high definition 3D TV

International award-winning designer Jacob Jensen was responsible for crafting the style of the panels so these models are going to look good whether they’re switched on or not.

Picture quality will be enhanced by Toshiba’s new CEVO-ENGINE which is a powerful multiprocessor that uses automatic calibration to provide film-like images.

The top of the line WL800 series is also 3D compatible and can convert 2D to 3D in real time to add even more depth to your favourite content.

The new Toshiba Regza TV range start from $599 and go all the way up to $3179 for the 55-inch model.

Stay tuned to Tech Guide for a review in the coming weeks.