Pick Up This 43-Inch Sony 4K TV With Android TV For Just $379 – Amazon Prime Day 2019

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If you're in need of a new TV then the Sony KD43X750F might be worth taking a look at as it is currently on sale for Amazon Prime Day 2019.

Amazon lists this TV with a $599.99 price tag attached although the price has now been slashed to $379.99 for a limited time. For the price, there's quite a lot of TV on offer here.

For starters, this is a 43-inch 4K LED TV with HDR support and a variety of HDMI and USB inputs to make use of. In addition, the TV operating system in use is Android TV so users will have access to an app platform designed specifically for the TV along with availability of all of the Android TV apps available from the Google Play Store.

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As this is Android TV it also means the TV comes with a version of the Google Assistant built-in and therefore can provide feedback to questions asked, control some of the elements of the TV via voice commands, and also control other compatible smart home products connected to the same network. Those who are more invested in Amazon's smart ecosystem will be happy to know this is also a "Works with Alexa" rated TV.

If you happen to be looking for a larger TV screen, the X750F line is also available in 49, 55 and 65-inch models although only the 49-inch version is also seeing a discount and that's only by $50 – bringing the total down to $649.99.

For almost $300 less, the 43-inch version will make a better addition to any home.

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Sony KD43X750F TV - Amazon - $379.99

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