Capitol to Deliver New 84-inch Toshiba 4K UltraHD 3D Cloud TV

May 23, 2013
Capitol will be offering Toshiba’s new flagship L9300 84-inch 4K Cloud Edge LED TV.
Toshiba L9300 84-inch 4K Cloud Edge LED TV
Ideal for residential and commercial applications alike, the L9300 sets a new benchmark for image quality thanks to Toshiba’s proprietary CEVO 4K Quad + Dual Core Processor, which creates the best quality restoration of resolution, color, brilliance and fine texture details that bring images to life like never before. Advanced 4K Resolution+ technology ensures that you can upconvert programming to pristine, near-4K, Ultra HD all of the time for ultrarealistic entertainment.

“Demand for super large TVs is at its highest point ever right now, and is only expected to grow in the coming years, so the timing of Toshiba’s flagship 84-inch L9300 couldn’t be better,” said Capitol president and CFO Curt Hayes. “Its generous screen size, combined with superior image processing and advanced Cloud TV features make it a clear winner in what is beginning to be a crowded 4K market.”

In keeping with the design of Toshiba’s entire 2013 entire TV line, the L9300 sports a clean, elegant, and modern aesthetic, with a gun metal bezel trim that makes it a perfect match for the gamut of source devices and sound systems. Even on its own, the L9300 provides connectivity and content thanks to Cloud TV, Toshiba’s innovative server-based smart TV system, which delivers Smart TV Alliance app compatibility, built-in Miracast and WiDi functionality, Skype video calling, streaming news, family calendar, personal messaging, interactive gaming, and Cloud Photo Album that truly makes the TV the centerpiece of the home or office environment.

Thanks to its ClearScan 240Hz refresh rate, Dynalight Dynamic Backlight, TriVector 2D to 3D Conversion, and CQ Engine v2 video processing, the L9300’s image processing capabilities extend far beyond upcoming 4K sources; it promises to breathe new life into standard 1080p imagery, from Blu-ray and broadcast to streaming and other HD sources.

With four HDMI inputs, two USB video ports, RS-232C port, SD Card port and a PC input—as well as a free wireless keyboard with integrated touchpad—the L9300 is set to deliver the best for virtually any connected device.

Capitol will be demonstrating the capabilities of the 84-inch Toshiba L9300, along with other recently announced models, at InfoComm 2013, from June 12-14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

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