Introducing Toshiba 4K Ultra HD - Fire TV Edition, a New Generation of Smart TVs

| May 30, 2018

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Last month, we announced a multi-year collaboration with Best Buy to bring the next generation of Fire TV Edition smart TVs to customers in the United States and Canada. Today we are excited to announce the first one, the Toshiba 4K Ultra HD - Fire TV Edition 2018, is available for pre-order, exclusively at Best Buy retail locations, and online at BestBuy.com/FireTVEdition and Amazon.com/FireTVEdition.The Toshiba 4K Ultra HD - Fire TV Edition delivers stunning picture resolution with vibrant colors and detailed contrast in HD and 4K with High Dynamic Range, and is available in 43”, 50”, and 55” sizes. Combining true-to-life picture quality with the Fire TV experience built in, it seamlessly integrates your favorite content on the home screen, including live over-the-air TV broadcasts, and streaming apps and channels.

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