Deal: Fire TV Edition Toshiba 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD TV $249.99 – Prime Day 2018


Toshiba's 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV has now seen a big price drop thanks to Amazon Prime Day. This TV comes with a $329.99 retail price although it has recently been available for as low as $299.99. This sale price eclipses that lower price though as the TV can now be picked up for just $249.99.

One of the benefits of this TV is that it's a "Fire TV Edition" model which means it comes running on Fire TV OS – the same interface on offer with Amazon's own line of Fire TV devices. As a result, there is no need for any additional set-top boxes, sticks, or otherwise. Users can simply fire up the TV and access all of their favorite TV apps directly from the built-in interface. As this is an Amazon-based interface it also does mean the TV set comes with Alexa so users can make use of the remote control to issue voice commands to the TV, as well as get feedback on questions asked, and control compatible smart home products.

A 43-inch TV is a good size for those looking to save on space and at this price this is a great option to consider. As not only does it feature the richer interface, but also 4K support, a wide selection of ports including multiple HDMI and optical ports, as well as a remote control equipped with a number of quick access buttons for Netflix, Prime Video, HBO and PlayStation Vue. So for the price, not only is this is a decent sized and resolution TV, but also a very feature-rich TV.

Buy Toshiba 43-inch 4K Ultra HD TV - Fire TV Edition

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