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Toshiba was founded by the merging of two companies in 1939, Shibaura Seisakusho and Tokyo Denki. Only in 1978 was the company renamed the Toshiba Corporation. The Toshiba Group specialises in advanced electronics and is a recognized leader in products that enhance the home, office, industry and health care environments. Toshiba markets and manufacturers information and communication systems, electronic components, heavy electrical apparatus, consumer products and medical diagnostic imaging equipment. Toshiba have invented many of Japan's first electrical items, such as Japan's first radar system in WW2, the TAC digital computer, microwave oven, color video phone, word processor, MRI system and laptop computer in 1986.

 

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Posted on 15 / 08 / 2005

Toshiba 36ZP38 CFT Widescreen TV

The first thing you will notice about this Toshiba tv is it's very very heavy and then some. Your'll have a hard job moving this tv, and even putting it on the stand by yourself. And the stand does creak at times under the weight. The TV is quite deep but doesnt look big because the speakers are underneath the screen and not on the sides. The casing on the Toshiba is truly classy, with a black surround and proper metal stand sides. This certainly isn't your cheap MDF stand and setup. I had little trouble getting the DVD audio setup right and it will find all your tv channels for you if your not using a digital set top box. The picture and sound is top class, and to sum up, this TV comes with everything onboard. Not only does it look fantastic it also doesn't cost a fortune. If you search online you should find it at a good price from retailers like Empire Direct.

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Caroline Ellis