Published on April 5th,2010 at 3:19 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Toshiba Wi-Fi capable UX600 series 55″HDTVs are now Windows 7 certified

Toshiba UX 600 HDTV

Most outstanding one in Toshiba’s new LCD TV series  for 2010, the UX 600 Cinema series was  made available a couple of weeks ago. Now the 55-inch HDTVs in this series have acquired Windows 7 certification along with the previously announced  DLNA certification.

P.S. If you would like more information on the UX600 series, you can read our past news “Toshiba New UX 600 series LED-backlit HDTVs are also Wi-Fi enabled”.

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Toshiba Wi-Fi capable UX600 series 55″HDTVs are now Windows 7 certified
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