Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - Costco
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Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - Costco

£719.98costco Deals
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Found 13th Jan
Ultra HD

Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD models.

Toshiba Smart Portal

A whole new world of entertainment awaits you on your Toshiba big screen TV and it’s all just one click away. Choose from Toshiba’s huge range of music, video, TV and social media apps. With NetflixⓇ and YouTube™, you will find plenty of 4K content. And, with Opera TV, you can discover even more entertainment variety.

WLAN

WLAN transforms your TV experience, bringing you an instant connection to the outside world. Tune into more music and entertainment or check and update your status on social media.

Video on Demand

Don't miss out on any global video hits and YouTube™ sensations. There is no end of things to watch with local and worldwide video applications.

Features:

4K Ultra HD TV
4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, 1 x Scart connections
USB recording functionality
Toshiba Smart Portal entertainment hub
Internal WLAN and Bluetooth

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP COST IS £33.60
15 Comments

Good price, but I'd be more tempted to save some cash and get the Hisense 65N5300 if still available

EmperorRosko17 m ago

Good price, but I'd be more tempted to save some cash and get the Hisense …Good price, but I'd be more tempted to save some cash and get the Hisense 65N5300 if still available


I'm on a look out for a 65". Why would the Hisense 65N5300 be better?

chaos8639 m ago

I'm on a look out for a 65". Why would the Hisense 65N5300 be better?


Well this Toshiba is a mid range spec. It's not a 10bit panel, and is just a smart TV with a 4K panel.

The Hisense is the same, no 10bit, but with a 4K panel. The difference in quality will be negligible to the human eye even side by side.

£600 for the 65N5300 is extremely good value for screen size. Probably the best I've seen. The quality looked great in my local Costco store. Just a shame I'd bought a Samsung MU7000 only a month ago, although that is a very nice TV and has HDR so I'm still pleased with it.

EmperorRosko53 m ago

Well this Toshiba is a mid range spec. It's not a 10bit panel, and is just …Well this Toshiba is a mid range spec. It's not a 10bit panel, and is just a smart TV with a 4K panel.The Hisense is the same, no 10bit, but with a 4K panel. The difference in quality will be negligible to the human eye even side by side.£600 for the 65N5300 is extremely good value for screen size. Probably the best I've seen. The quality looked great in my local Costco store. Just a shame I'd bought a Samsung MU7000 only a month ago, although that is a very nice TV and has HDR so I'm still pleased with it.


Thanks for this!

You'd have to pay me to buy another 'Toshiba'. Panel started to fail within 2 months. Replaced with a Hisense which is better in every way.

Why do manufacturers still put a scart socket?

Nicolidus9 m ago

Why do manufacturers still put a scart socket?


For us paupers who can’t afford latest gadgets and when we can afford one we do not have to change our Betamax player to the latests gadget too.

Hello Vestal

Nicolidus16 m ago

Why do manufacturers still put a scart socket?


Just interested or do you prefer more of less?

escortboy30 m ago

Just interested or do you prefer more of less?


I thought it’s an obsolete technology and is taking up space that could be dedicated to something more useful.

I bought this tv from Costco in October when it was 750 wish I just forked out more for sumin better its pretty poor

Nicolidus1 h, 32 m ago

I thought it’s an obsolete technology and is taking up space that could be …I thought it’s an obsolete technology and is taking up space that could be dedicated to something more useful.


33059596-m9yYs.jpgThere's plenty of space for more connections on the back

EmperorRosko5 h, 7 m ago

Well this Toshiba is a mid range spec. It's not a 10bit panel, and is just …Well this Toshiba is a mid range spec. It's not a 10bit panel, and is just a smart TV with a 4K panel.The Hisense is the same, no 10bit, but with a 4K panel. The difference in quality will be negligible to the human eye even side by side.£600 for the 65N5300 is extremely good value for screen size. Probably the best I've seen. The quality looked great in my local Costco store. Just a shame I'd bought a Samsung MU7000 only a month ago, although that is a very nice TV and has HDR so I'm still pleased with it.



Where do you get it for £600 its £749, seems cheapest , in Richer with 6 year guarantee better than this deal?.. richersounds.com/his…tml

escortboy3 h, 6 m ago

Just interested or do you prefer more of less?



Some people still have video recorders to play back very old recordings. Old people have many such recordings.
I still have a VCR, although I have not used it for 10 years. This not to say these people do not have DVD/Blue ray players or other devices. Legacy connections are useful. Old Sky boxes have scart sockets. I have 4 Sky boxes in the house. 3 are used as Freeview boxes. One is connected via Scart. of course I would not use the Scart on this model unless I wanted to use the VCR. I may do so to view baby recordings!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 14th Jan

Hisense bought Toshiba's TV business last year, and for a while now in Europe all Toshiba TVs are actually Vestel TVs with Toshiba's logo on the box.
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