The Toshiba L1400U LED TV is a bugdet TV without any extra features. The picture quality for the price isn't bad, but it has noticeable motion blur and uniformity issues.
The design of the Toshiba L1400U is simple. The borders are thin and the depth is quite good for an LED.
With the wide base, the stand is pretty sturdy. It does not swivel. The 32" model has a different stand.
For the price, the contrast ratio is surprisingly good. However, the colors are a bit off. The 32" model also has a lower resolution of 720p instead of 1080p.
Some visible spots can be seen in a dark room when displaying a black picture, although it shouldn't be a major issue.
The gray uniformity is quite bad, with a lot of darker spots. The top left and bottom left parts of the screen are noticeably darker.
At about 25 °, the colors change and lose saturation. You can still see the picture, but it isn't as good.
The semi-matte screen has low reflection. You will not notice any indirect reflections; just the direct ones.
It doesn't get very bright for an LED, though. It should still be sufficient for most rooms, but it will be an issue in a veranda.
Fast-moving objects are blurry, leaving a very long trail behind them. Do not get this TV for gaming or for watching sports.
The input lag is low. Game mode didn't have a lower input lag than other modes.
It doesn't have a Smart TV interface. The USB port can only read photo and music files, not videos.
If you have a tight budget, the Toshiba L1400U LED TV will fit the bill. Do not expect perfect picture quality, though. Fast-moving objects have a very long blur trail and the uniformity of the screen has a few problems.