Toshiba has pulled the wraps off several new TVs today including the 55ZL1. This set his the first TV to use the CEVO-Engine with a 7-core processor and DRAM inside along with a co-processor for special picture enhancing algorithms all in search of the ideal image. The set has a 16:9 aspect ratio and full HD resolution with LED backlighting and support for 3D. The set has automatic calibration and can convert 2D content to 3D. The set will be offered in screen sizes of 42″, 46″, and 55″ and they have HDDs that can be mounted to the rear of the set.
Another of the new TVs is the VL863 you see pictured above. This set has an Edge LED backlit and full 1080p resolution. The set has 3D capability with circular polarization tech and a 200Hz refresh rate. The circular polarization is intended to reduce ghosting when watching 3D content. The TV is WLAN ready with a USB dongle and it comes with RealD filter glasses that are passive. You can just keep the glasses from the theater to use with this TV in screen sizes of 42″ or 47″.
The next set is the SL863 (or is it the SL833?) with a 16:9 aspect ratio and full 1080p HD resolution with a 100Hz refresh rate. The set is a Smart TV with web access and will come in 32″, 37″, 42″, and 46″ and it will land in May in Europe. The last of the new sets is the UL863. This set is full HD with 100Hz refresh and is a Smart TV. It has auto calibration, multiple inputs, and comes in 32″, 37″, 42″, and 46″ screen sizes. The set will land in Q2 for Europe.