November 29, 2010 23:08 by Jeremy
Toshiba has just released three new sets of televisions: the "55ZL800", the "WL700 Series", and the "TV Power Series". While the first two are still impressive, the third one is stirring up a bit of news in the battery world.
The TV Power Series (as seen on right) is available in 24- and 32-inches, comes equipped with an emergency battery pack that can last roughly 2 hours for your viewing pleasure. In addition, there is also a built-in "Auto Signal Booster" that will increase signal sensitivity in normally weak-signal areas.
These three new TVs are being marketed in the ASEAN region (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). The TV Power Series' battery may come in handy here, where power outages and weak signal strength are more common.
Toshiba may be on to something with this television-battery-pack, though. With phones, tablets, and other devices having the capacity to deliver shows just like a TV would, it was only a matter of time before someone asked, "Why not just take an actual TV with you?"
What do a tailgate-party and a margarita-filled beach-vacation have in common? They're both missing a television...but not for long.
That's either a dream come true, or a horribly photoshopped image. Possibly both.
Source: engadget and Toshiba (translated page)