Toshiba 46G300U LCD HDTV Review
The 46G300U offers surprisingly deep black levels, but we noticed issues with color temperature consistency.
The Toshiba 46G300U ($999 MSRP) is a decent HDTV. It has some surprisingly good performance aspects, but obvious weaknesses, as well. The wasted opportunity of including a LAN port but neglecting the potential for streaming content is more than enough to turn us off, but we can't entirely ignore the few bright spots the Toshiba 46G300U offers.
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