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    Toshiba’s Power TV Can Run For 2-hours On An Integrated Battery

    Toshiba’s Power TV Can Run For 2-hours On An Integrated Battery

    Can’t bear to be without your television in the event of a blackout? While your set-top box might not function, it’s comforting to know that Toshiba’s freshly-announced Power TV family of battery-powered LED TVs will be able to keep entertaining you for about two hours, thanks to its internal rechargeable battery.

    The Toshiba Power TV family come in 32- or 24-inch versions. The TVs also feature an “auto signal booster” technology to enhance viewing in areas where signal coverage is weak, and “auto view” in order to optimize the picture based on ambient lighting conditions.

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    David Novak
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