Toshiba WX800 3D LED TVs Get Yahoo! Connected TV Service

Posted: Sep 15 2010, 8:55am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment


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Yahoo and Toshiba announce availability of Yahoo! Connected TV.

Yahoo! and Toshiba today announced that Yahoo! Connected TV is now available on several new models of Toshiba 46”-55” HDTVs, including the WX800 Cinema Series 3D LED. For the first time on Toshiba HDTVs, consumers will be able to access Yahoo! Connected TV to easily interact with Internet content and services while they watch T.

Toshiba’s premiere Cinema Series line provides the ultimate in picture quality and multimedia connectivity, including an integrated Yahoo! Connected TV experience. The WX800 Cinema Series 3D LED, boasts an ultra-slim depth of less than 1.2 inches and a new flush-front design with sleek chrome trim. The VX700 Cinema Series LED is for home theater enthusiasts who are looking for unique features and convenient access to streaming content and services.

With more than 65 Yahoo! TV Widgets and thousands of content sources available at the click of a button, consumers have direct access to over 50,000 movies and TV shows and thousands of entertainment sources on demand. Consumers can access the latest movies on Blockbuster, vote on and stream free TV show episodes from Showtime, browse the latest news from CBS; get up-to-date sports scores on USA Today; listen to music on Pandora; shop on eBay; play games; or keep up with their friends on Twitter and Facebook— all while watching TV.

Yahoo! is already in the TV internet business, but Google and Apple create more hype around it.

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