Toshiba 15VL63G Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba 3D LCD TV
Description:Model ID 15VL63G / Toshiba 15VL63G - 15" LCD TV - black, silver / Reliability. Performance. Technology. Leadership. The Toshiba name means all this and more. Toshiba builds upon this heritage by delivering the industry's most innovative, high-quality solutions.
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