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Toshiba Z700NF Mini LED 4K TV with 144Hz refresh rate now available

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Toshiba has launched a new Mini LED 4K TV in China: the Z700NF. The model is available in sizes ranging from 65-inch to 100-inch, with each display said to have a 144Hz refresh rate. Other features include built-in speakers, a gaming mode, Dolby Vision IQ and IMAX Enhanced support.

The Toshiba Z700NF Mini LED TV has been launched in China. The new model is available in four sizes: 65-inch, 75-inch, 85-inch and 100-inch. According to Toshiba, the 4K display has a peak brightness level of 1,300 nits, with the range-topping 100-inch model featuring 1,024 backlight partitions.

The Z700NF is also listed as having a 144Hz refresh rate display, though it is unclear if this is native. The TV uses the REGZA Picture Engine Pro to enhance color accuracy, with 95% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Gaming tools include VRR, ALLM, and compatibility with FreeSync Premium. Each TV has built-in speakers, with a five-unit system in the 65-inch model and seven seven-unit systems in the larger sizes. Other features include voice commands, Dolby Vision IQ, IMAX Enhanced and Filmmaker Mode.

You can currently buy the Toshiba REGZA Z700NF Mini LED TV in China, starting at 8,499 yuan (~$1,175) for the 65-inch model. The 75-inch and 85-inch models are priced at 10,999 yuan (~$1,520) and 13,999 yuan (~$1,940), respectively. The top-of-the-line 100-inch model is significantly more expensive at 34,999 yuan (~$4,850). It is unclear whether Toshiba is planning to launch the model in other markets like North America; the company already sells TVs in this market, like the C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV.

(Image source: Toshiba)
(Image source: Toshiba)
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Polly Allcock, 2024-05-10 (Update: 2024-05-10)