Toshiba's first 3D TV has a flush glass front, with a chrome trim. It's not just pretty outside, though. The GUI interface, where you control the the system menu, Yahoo! Widgets and Internet apps, is equally gorgeous - though a bit laggy. When you enter the NetTV mode it gives you access to Netflix, VUDU, Pandora and YouTube, and lines them up in a semicircle underneath your current video source. Blockbuster is listed but not ready (even as of March 2011) and YouTube XL wasn't working when we tested this set, but it's clear that more apps are possible via firmware updates. Overall it's a beautiful layout that makes it easy to see all of your options. An updatable Yahoo Widget system drives most of the remaining content on the Toshiba, and gives you access to such features as Facebook, Flickr, eBay and other apps and blogs. This content ranges from simple information pages, to full-out HD video programs. To access this content you can connect the TV to your network via Ethernet or the built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi.
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It's very strange that Blockbuster Streaming service is getting free "advertising" with their logo but the service still doesn't work on this TV. Just updated the firmware today and no change... Not that I'd use it... but still.
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