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Meanwhile, for a limited time, and while supplies last, Prime subscribers can get the, the lowest price on record. Normally, it’s $449.99. Ironically, this ships from and is sold by Best Buy, which currently offers the same model at $379.99.
It’s worth bopping over to Best Buy to, which average out to 4.6 stars from over 1,300 buyers. This is apparently a new listing at Amazon, where it currently has zero user reviews.
Based on the model number, this appears to be a 2020 version of the. It’s hard to tell exactly what’s different here, but the verdict then was “great prices, great voice features, great Fire TV app selection.” The picture quality, however, didn’t measure up to similar Roku TVs — and Katzmaier noted his preference for the latter’s interface, a sentiment I share.
That said, a 55-inch Toshiba smart TV for $300? With mostly stellar user ratings? At the very least it’s worth a look.
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