Toshiba 15LV506 HDTV Review

Posted: Feb 11 2009, 6:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:01pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Our review partner Digital Trends published a review of the Toshiba 15LV506 HDTV.
Quote from the review: "Cutting up carrots and slicing potatoes in the kitchen does not have to be dull, mind-numbing work. In fact, these days, you can play Xbox 360 against other chefs, catch up on the latest Rachael Ray broadcast, or even watch a DVD on how to make a tasty Eggplant Raviolini dish while doing so. Thank the Toshiba 15LV506 DVD combo television, which can liven up any extended cooking session, whether you're a true foodie or not. It's small, white, and portable enough to move around from one countertop to the next, even with one hand. The device also supports component video and has a built-in digital tuner, a side-loading DVD drive, and works well as a boombox to boot. Alas, while the picture on the box makes it look like you will have the time of your life with the 15LV506, the reality is as follows. We can only recommend it for those who are not that interested in a quality entertainment experience."
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