The only complaint I have about Toshiba’s incredibly well specified and well priced ‘REGZA’ range is the REGZA name itself. Only that single bugbear looks set to continue.
Of course at this size the 26in 26WLT66 was never going to feature the full blown 1920 x 1080 1080p compatible resolution of the 42WLT66, but at 1366 x 768 it certainly isn’t letting the side down. Furthermore the set features Tosh’s ‘Active Vision LCD’ picture processing technology which claims to enhance detail, colour, contrast and movement as well as the all important upscaling from standard definition programmes.
A built in Freeview tuner is supplied and the 800:1 contrast ratio and 500 cd/m2 brightness should be more than adequate while dimensions of 660 x 484 x 117mm are slim by anyone’s standard.
Tosh hasn’t released official pricing or a release date for the 26WLT66 yet but a quick web search finds play.com listing it for a highly desirable £699.99 (based on an RRP of £749.99) with availability from 25 September.
I think I just found the perfect model for my bedroom…