Toshiba 49U7763DB 49 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI for £359.10 delivered using code @ AO Ebay
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Toshiba 49U7763DB 49 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD 4 HDMI for £359.10 delivered using code @ AO Ebay

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Found 1st Mar
Lowest price around for this stunning 4K TV. Also last day to use 10% code P10AO and free delivery


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Toshiba's 49U7763DB is a feature-packed smart TV with stunning 4K screen resolution. It combines the glorious realism of Ultra High Definition with Wide Colour Gamut technology and a wealth of online entertainment via the Toshiba Smart Portal. Freeview Play catch-up service means you won't miss your favourite shows, and it's simple to stream Youtube videos or even check Facebook on the big screen. Armed with front-firing speakers, it has sound quality to match the visuals too. Equipped with multiple ports for seamless connection with your other AV devices, Toshiba's TV is the versatile hub for the whole family's home entertainment, with hyper-detailed picture quality.

Dazzlingly Detailed 4K UHD
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 49” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Wide Colour Gamut
Bringing your content to stunningly vivid life is Toshiba's Wide Colour Gamut (WCG) technology. It expands the range of possible colours beyond the standard grade so blues are richer, reds more striking and greens much lusher. The result is a beautifully vibrant picture that does accurate justice to real-world colours, and every shade in between.

Freeview HD & Freeview Play
Enjoy better picture quality when watching live TV thanks to integrated Freeview HD, all without a subscription. Freeview Play adds connected services to the Freeview offering. You’ll be able to scroll backwards through the last seven days of programming and select shows to stream over the internet that you might have missed.

Toshiba Smart Portal
With built-in Wi-Fi, a whole extra dimension of entertainment is opened up with Toshiba's Smart Portal. This user-friendly platform gets you online in an instant with a wide variety of apps to choose from. Stream content from Netflix* and Youtube, catch-up with BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and 4OD, or keep up-to-date with your social media accounts, all via your TV remote. And with Screen Share technology it's simple to wirelessly display photos from your smart device on the TV screen so the whole family can enjoy them.

Pause & Playback Live TV To USB
Never miss your favourite shows again by recording it onto a USB. You can pause live TV and playback your recordings, all you do is plug your USB into one of the slots.

Well Connected
4 HDMI slots, 3 USB ports and a SCART socket mean this Toshiba TV offers you the complete media centre. So you can spend less time changing cables and more time enjoying anything you connect, be it a satellite receiver, games console or media player. And with compact design, it fits handsomely into the home, wherever you choose to site it.

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>stunning
>Toshiba

pick one
Reminds me of the E7
Vestel
Vestel amirite?
Do Toshiba even exist anymore? Or is it the usual case of a generic manufacturer who've bought the name?
Edited by: "Spiritjambo" 1st Mar
Spiritjambo1 h, 16 m ago

Do Toshiba even exist anymore? Or is it the usual case of a generic …Do Toshiba even exist anymore? Or is it the usual case of a generic manufacturer who've bought the name?

Toshiba still exist, though are somewhat on the ropes right now (their US-based nuclear engineering arm went bankrupt last year). They were still making TVs for the Japanese market until recently, but sold the division to Hisense a few months back. They haven't made TVs for export for a while now though, and have simply licensed out their name to other companies. In Europe, that's Vestel.
I made the mistake of buying a "Toshiba" 22 inch tv to replace a samsung i smashed. Never again. Once bitten twice shy. Quality of picture for computing abysmal. Hisense deals going around from ao probably better.
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 1st Mar
Aretak11 m ago

Toshiba still exist, though are somewhat on the ropes right now (their …Toshiba still exist, though are somewhat on the ropes right now (their US-based nuclear engineering arm went bankrupt last year). They were still making TVs for the Japanese market until recently, but sold the division to Hisense a few months back. They haven't made TVs for export for a while now though, and have simply licensed out their name to other companies. In Europe, that's Vestel.


I remember when I was an Uni, everyone raved about Toshiba as the best laptop makers around.
We all wanted a Toshiba Libretto laptop (netbook by today's standard).
Gosh how times have changed. Bring on the holographic TVs!
Edited by: "Spiritjambo" 1st Mar
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