This Well-Reviewed HDTV Is Somehow Under $100
My parents never get rid of TVs, so they have five models â€” some dating from the â€˜90s â€” strewn around the house. But their favorite is a tiny flatscreen I bought them about five years ago that sits in the kitchen. Call it their fifth TV, but the closest they have to something from this decade.
This Toshiba 32â€ HDTV, however, is about one-third the cost I spent on their outdated kitchen set and itâ€™s smart (and pretty well-liked, earning 4.6 stars out of 5 from 434 reviews on Best Buy). It utilizes Fire TV, so you can launch all your favorite streaming apps (Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, etc.) and watch free over-the-air TV (though youâ€™ll need an HD antenna, sold separately).
It also features a remote that operates via Alexa commands, which can control apps, volume and even do searches for shows and genres. The specs are fine but not outstanding: itâ€™s a 720p resolution, which is low, though on smaller TVs like this one you might not be able to tell too much difference from a 4K.
The Toshiba 32â€ Fire TV is currently just $99 at Best Buy (and Amazon, though that deal ends at the close of Thursday), a savings of $80. Itâ€™ll make for a nice fifth or sixth screen in your home.
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