Cheap 4K TV – Element 55-Inch – Fire TV Edition

Really Cheap 4K TV – Just $399.99!!

If you are in the market for a cheap 4K TV then this could be the one for you! It’s not a high end machine but then it doesn’t pretend to be.

It started life at $649.99 and has averaged around $540. Right now it is only $399.99 and that makes it worth considering.

Personally, I like to have a high end machine as my main TV but for other rooms in the house then this is a shoe-in on price alone.

It is reasonably well specified and for anyone looking to get into 4K at a budget price then this is definitely worth considering.

 

Specifications:

  • Fire TV Edition built in.
  • Alexa built in.
  • Included Voice Remote allows you to interact with Alexa.
  • Prime members get unlimited access to Prime Video including Thursday Night Football.
  • 4K UHD with over 8 million pixels for on a direct-lit LED.
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz (Native), 120 Hz (Effective).
  • Input/output options: 4 HDMI 2.0 including 1 with ARC, 1 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, SD card, Ethernet, composite/component, headphone, optical audio out.
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.7” x 28.3” x 3.3”, TV with stand: 48.7” x 30” x 10.1”

 

Why Is It So Cheap?

That’s not an easy question to answer as Amazon has some quite odd pricing strategies at time. This TV was already a good deal price-wise when it came out but at this price it’s a real steal and worth taking a chance on. Amazon’s return policy is very robust so if you do have a problem then back it goes.

See It on Amazon Now

 

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