This was posted 3 months 19 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Toshiba 58 Inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV $799 + Free Shipping @ The Warehouse

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The Warehouse has the Toshiba 58 Inch 4K LED Smart TV for $799! This is the lowest ever effective online price, previously $819 with click and collect during Boxing Day sale; this time the deal has free oversized shipping!

Remember to use your Warehouse Money card which brings it down to $759.05!

Features:
4K HDR
Essential PQ Technology
AMR+ 800
DTS TruSurround
Dolby Digital Plus
Hi-glossy Chrome Stand

Specifications:
Freeview Plus Built-in
TV type: Smart TV
Screen size: 58 inches
Resolution: Ultra HD 4K 3840 x 2160
Scan frequency: AMR+ 800
Internet connection: LAN port, Wifi
AV port : There is Composite port
HDMI port : 3 ports
USB port : 2 ports
Image processing technology: CEVO 4K ENGINE, HDR
Audio technology: DTS TruSurround surround sound
Capacity: 180W
Total loudspeaker capacity: 20 W (2 speakers per 10 W speaker)

Manufacturer product page: http://toshibatv.id/detail/76-58u7880

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    I am new to smart tvs. Can someone confirm that this is good tv or not?

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      "Toshiba is equipped with Android TV, Chromecast", Smart TV functionality wise i would say it should do pretty much anything you want…. panel(picture) and audio quality I have no idea thou.

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      dont buy a tv online if you haven't seen it in person.

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        This is an excellent point; I am not sure which stores have stock and if they have a display of it. Perhaps stock can be checked with the app or by calling the store?

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    I've looked through the web but it is difficult to find reviews for this new TV, I believe it is an overseas model. There was some discussion over in GP Forums when the deal was spotted during Boxing Day: https://www.gpforums.co.nz/threads/488478-Tech-Deals/page265

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    Yeah only go Android smart TV these days getting a normal smart TV isn't a smart choice.

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      Exactly, with Android tv you would at least get app updates through 3rd parties (i.e. netflix)
      If you have a proprietary os you'd be lucky to get any app updates and it usually means you have to buy a whole new set to get new features in the app (my lg netcast tv doesnt support multi profile in Netflix for example)

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    I bought a Toshiba TV for the inlaws a few years ago, it was pretty rubbish. Wouldn't recommend

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