The Toshiba L3400U LED TV is a smart TV, but it is the most limited that we have seen. The picture quality is great for the price, with the exception of a significant amount of motion blur.
The smart TV interface is pretty useless, so unless you only plan on using Netflix, get the cheaper Toshiba L1400U instead. The picture quality is very similar, although the uniformity is a bit better on the Toshiba L3400U.
As expected, considering the price, the Toshiba L3400U feels a bit cheap. At least the borders are small and the TV is thin.
The contrast ratio is surprisingly good for a TV in this price range. That said, the color calibration out of the box was way off.
The black uniformity wasn't perfect, but it is not so bad. Two brighter spots can be seen, one at the bottom right and one on the left edge.
The Toshiba L3400U doesn't have good gray uniformity. The edges are noticeably darker than the center of the screen.
The tint of the colors changes when viewed at an angle. The contrast is also greatly reduced.
The L3400U LED TV doesn't reflect a lot of light, so you won't have any problem watching it with a few lights on at night.
It doesn't get very bright, though. It is still enough for 1-2 windows during the day, but not for a very bright room.
Like the cheaper Toshiba L1400U, the L3400U also has a motion blur problem. It is fine for normal TV shows, but not for sports or video games.
The smart TV features are the most limited that we have seen so far, with only Netflix, YouTube and media share (for USB playback) available. No web browser or app store is available.