Hearth TV followers now have extra selection thanks to those new sensible TVs from Toshiba

Toshiba has approved a new range of Smart TVs with Fire TV equipment. If you didn’t already know, Amazon manufacturers can send Tellies with the Fire TV system pre-installed as the operating system on their TVs. So switch between HDMI inputs, start Netflix, turn on live TV channels, and much more – it’s all managed by the Fire TV interface.

For those already sold with the Fire TV software, which is also used in all of Amazon’s streaming set-top boxes, including the Fire Fire Stick and Fire TV Cube, these TVs are a great way to share any of the HDMI Devices share ports on the back of your device (since you no longer need a dedicated Fire TV Stick streamer). Amazon has worked with a number of television brands before – and even released a Fire TV set under its own brand name Amazon (although not in the UK) worldwide.

The latest batch from Toshiba is currently only available in the US. We keep our fingers crossed that UK availability will be announced shortly. If you want a Fire TV from Toshiba, you can choose between five screen sizes ranging from 43 inches to 75 inches. The release of these models will be staggered. Orders for the 43-inch and 50-inch variants are currently available in the US, while the 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch models are expected later this year.

Compared to previous Fire TV efforts, Toshiba has shrunk the bezels around the screen so that the device takes up less space on your media device – despite the same large screen size for movies. There’s also an additional HDMI and USB port compared to his previous Fire TV foray that’s perfect for anyone who’s been familiar with a new game console, Blu-Ray player, or HDMI ARC in the past few months. equipped with a compatible echo sounder. All devices are compatible with 4K resolution, Dolby Vision and HDR10.

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Since these televisions run Fire TV, Toshiba viewers will benefit from a number of Amazon’s clever software additions. That means you can hear a live feed of your doorbell from the comfort of your sofa. The best part is that this doesn’t break what you’re watching – it shows up as an overlay. This will help you judge whether it is worth pausing your latest boxing binge to open the door or whether you can afford to ignore the activists ringing the doorbell.

Of course, the talkative voice assistant from Amazon, Alexa, is also present and correct. Switching channels, searching for shows with your favorite actors, and getting the latest weather and traffic information can all be done with a quick voice command. For example, if you say “Alexa, set bass to 3”, the audio settings are changed – without having to pick up the remote control and rummage through elaborate menus.

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