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Toshiba 65L7300U 65-inch 1080p 240Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi

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Toshiba 65L7300U 65-inch 1080p 240Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi

Smart, ultra-slim and cloud-connected, the Toshiba L7300U series LED Cloud TVs combine advanced features and sophisticated modern design, with an elegant gun metal finish and frame stand. Complete with 1080p Full HD, Clears can 240Hz, powerful new CQ Engine and High-Bright CineSpeed LED display, the L7300U creates sharp, bright, cinema-quality images, even with fast motion video. With the advanced Cloud TV services and features, experience enhanced content discovery now with real time streaming news, so you always know what’s going on. True social interaction features help you connect with friends and family, and mobile device interaction creates simple location free use. The included wireless keyboard with touchpad makes it faster and easier to surf the Internet through the TV’s open browser. Move up to supersized movies, entertainment and gaming with the L7300U series.

Toshiba 65L7300U 65-inch 1080p 240Hz Smart LED HDTV with Built-in WiFi

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  • Clears can 240 Hz improves picture clarity for clearer fast-action video, movies, and sports
  • Energy-efficient LED backlight for vibrant HD picture quality with sharp contract for lifelike images
  • CineSpeed high-definition display with fast panel response
  • Advanced Toshiba CQ Engine creates Cinema Quality images
  • 1080p Full HD, the highest level of HD picture quality available today


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  1. cameraz "GadgetGuy" says:
    37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A beautiful TV, May 7, 2013

    I’ve had this TV for a week now, and I can’t get the smile off my face. The picture quality is among the best I’ve seen anywhere, in fact, I’d even go so far as saying it is outstanding. I’ve been shopping around for an LED/LCD TV for some time now, and had my heart set on a Samsung or Lg. Why? Because they’re the ones you see advertized everywhere — they’re the big boys of the industry. But a really low sale price on this Toshiba made the 58L7300 an offer to good to refuse, and I’m glad I didn’t.

    For me, the magic number to buying a TV was below $1,000, as long as it had certain must-have features. They include:
    – at least a 55″ screen
    – at least 4 HDMI inputs
    – Wifi

    The Toshiba not only met all of these requirements, but it threw in a beautiful wireless keyboard, and a web browser as well. And the keyboard also works with my Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet, and my laptop. I’m sure I will get a lot of use from it.

    I gave this TV only four stars because the Internet set-up procedure was a pain, and the apps are kind of sluggish. I’m sure Toshiba is working to correct that situation. But the Internet setup is a one-time thing. The features are only the icing on the cake, and right now are not something I plan to use that often.

    The most important thing for me about a TV is picture quality, and this TV has gobbs of it. The funny thing is, I almost didn’t buy this TV because the store I purchased it at had it right next to a $3,000+ Samsung TV, which they had adjusted to maximum jaw-dropping “come-buy-me” effect. It looked like the store personnel had made no effort to adjust the Toshiba’s picture at all.

    To make matters worse, the store did not have any of its TVs hooked up using HDMI cables, so none of the sets was showing a true 1080p picture. But like I said, the sale price of the Toshiba was so incredible, that I had to buy it. I figured, Toshiba is a major TV manufacturer, and the 7300 line of TVs was only introduced a couple of months ago. So it’s not like all of those leftover 2011 Samsungs that I was seeing on sale. And when I took delivery of the set, I went into the menu settings and and adjusted the picture settings, and it is now breathtaking.

    In addition, when connected to my HD satellite via a HDMI cable, the TV’s picture looks, to me at least, better than my friend’s plasma Lg set.

    Most people probably don’t think of Toshiba when looking to purchase a new TV, but I heard awhile ago that they are the largest maker of laptop computers. Well, their experience with LCD technology sure shows up in their high-end TVs. I am extremely happy with my purchase.
    Update on 6/26/13:

    I have owned this TV for two months now, and continue to be amazed by it. The picture is sharp and clear, the colors wonderful and the sound quality is very good.

    There are a couple of things I want to point out again. When I first received this TV, I was not happy with the picture. So I went into the settings and adjusted the contrast, brightness, sharpness, etc., to make things to my liking. But I know what I’m doing; a novice might have a difficult time with this and would want to consult a professional.

    I have not had any problems with my HDMI or USB ports at all. I have four different accessories plugged into my HDMI inputs, and they all work flawlessly.

    Two days I ago I turned on the TV, and a message appeared that a software upgrade was available. I clicked “OK,” and it downloaded and installed itself, no muss, no fuss.

    The TV’s Internet experience is not the smoothest, but I have not seen another TV brand that has implemented this feature to be as easy to use as your personal computer. That being said, I don’t really care about this because I have both a Roku box and an Apple TV plugged into my Toshiba TV, and they both work very well.

    As with anything mass produced, there are bound to be some that ship with problems. I guess I’m one of the lucky ones, because my TV is simply awesome.

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  2. Thomas M. Taylor "runman" says:
    24 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Disappointed, August 11, 2013
    Thomas M. Taylor “runman” (Phoenix, AZ) –

    This television replaced a 52 inch LCD that was 5 or 6 years old. This Toshiba has good picture quality with deep dark blacks and rich colors, looks great while playing the xBox and very easy set up.

    Picture quality
    Picture color
    Comes with a keyboard (although keyboard is about useless)
    ease of set up
    swivel base

    I have a lot of home videos that I have made through the years to include AVI, MP4 and MKV saved on a USB hard drive. This TV will play them all. But please read the cons to see the draw back.

    Cloud smart TV. Where are the apps? There are about 12 apps. Netflix, Vudu, Hulu are the best ones, no Amazon VOD, CNET, Fox News, Revision 3. When it comes to apps, there are almost none.

    This TV is slow. It can take 20 to 30 seconds to switch from Netflix back to the home screen. It takes so long I thought the TV was frozen and got the Microsoft blue screen of death. 50% of the time, when I press a volume key, it takes 10 seconds or more for the TV to respond.. This slowness is throughout the TV software. When trying to go through home movies it takes a long time to get through the list of movies, and the search function is about worthless.

    The internet browser is laughable too. The TV runs Linux and the Google Chrome internet Browser. The Browser does not support flash. That means you cannot watch Amazon prime videos via the internet and you cannot access YouTube videos via the internet, you must use the built in You Tube app. That stinks because when searching for something on Google, I often find a You Tube video in the Google search engine, I cannot just click on the link, I have to stop, exit internet browser (takes 10 seconds or so for the TV to respond), go to the You Tube app (takes 10 seconds to respond)and then try and find the video, which can take a lot of time.

    The lack of flash support is a Chrome thing, but since there are no alternative apps for web browsing and no ability to download a flash player or software or apps for that matter, this is a major down side of the TV.

    The included key board is almost a joke. You can use it to input user name and passwords into your Netflix and Vudu account but have to use the TV hand held remote to press the enter button. Very frustrating.

    Every time the TV shuts off, I have reconnect it to my wireless network. Nothing listed on the internet about this problem.

    The TV does include a Skype app, but you have to purchase a special web cam to do that.

    Another thing that I really dislike are the ads in the Cloud TV. I am always getting a QVC, Disney Store and Angies list ads. I guess it would not be so bad, but the apps for the TV are very limited and I think that Toshiba should be working on making the Cloud TV worth something and spend less time worrying about ads. Vudu apps has better and more apps than Toshiba has.

    The included remote is not a universal remote. The remote is set up for different devices via the TV software. Once the set up is complete, you plug IR blasters to the back of the TV and place them 2 inches away from the device they are to operate. The TV does come with two IR blasters though.

    The included remote must be pointed directly at the TV’s IR receive for the remote to work.

    Toshiba has recently updated their software. I think the upgrade went from “sucking” to only “stinking”.

    I had the TV listed as 3 stars but now lowering the TV down to 2 stars. If it wasn’t for the facts that the wireless set up was easy and the picture was good, I would give it one star.

    Very disappointed in this TV. I have had other Toshiba TV’s in the past and they were good quality televisions. Not to sure what happened here, but I will be returning this one ASAP. My non working TV is almost better.


    I got YouTube to work, but TV keeps loosing wireless connection when turned off. I tried the IR blaster that comes with the TV. It will turn my DVD player on and off, will not operate my Sony surround system…

    When you exit from one of the few apps on this TV, you get a blank screen. After exiting, you them have to press the home button. So if you purchase this TV and are staring at a blank screen for more than 30 seconds, press the home button. The bad part about this fault is that the TV is slow to change screens any how. You are not sure if the tv is stuck or just really slow at loading the screen.

    I did ask for help on the Wi-Fi drop issue via their web site, Toshiba was real helpful and requested that I called them. They had no solution.

    I gave this TV 2 stars because the TV does turn on (one star) and has a nice picture (the second star)


    Since I have owned the TV, there have been 2 firmware updates, well not…

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  3. Ryan Raubolt says:
    11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV for the money, June 14, 2013

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    Very happy with this purchase. The picture looks great and the TV is super thin. For all the features in this TV going with a Samsung or a Sony TV would have ended up costing me around $4K.

    Don’t expect much with the included wireless keyboard, it’s not great. The only thing I really use the included connectivity for is Netflix which works great on this TV.

    All around solid.

    EDIT: 6/27/13

    Had the TV for a little over a month now and found a really neat feature I wanted to share. When the TV is on Wifi and my phone is also on the Wifi network I can wirelessly connect my phone to the TV through my YouTube app. This is on my Galaxy Nexus running 4.2.2, there is a small TV icon inside the YouTube app that will push the video to the TV. What is really neat is that while the video is playing you can search for more videos on the phone without disrupting the video. There is also an option to add additional videos to a queue. Really solid feature!

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