Amazon sells just about anything you could possibly imagine, but there are a few categories of products that the retailer has become best known for over the years. Sure Amazon started out as a bookseller and sure it still sells plenty of books, but paperbacks and even eBooks took a back seat to consumer electronics a long, long time ago. Now, if you want any kind of gadget you can imagine, Amazon is the place you turn to get it. That’s especially true when it comes to TVs — why buy one locally and drag that massive box back to your home when you can order it on Amazon, get it shipped to your door for free, and maybe not even pay sales tax on it?
There are tons of great sales on HD and Ultra HD TVs on Tuesday for Amazon’s big Prime Day 2016 sales event, and we’ll show you particularly hot ones throughout the day. If you’re looking for the single best remaining deal the retailer is offering on a new 4K TV, the Hisense 43H7C2 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV marks the end of your search.
We’re looking at a brand new 2016 4K smart TV from Hisense with one of the company’s latest LED panels. Plainly put, these screens are much better than what you would typically find on a TV in this category. Hisense’s latest smart TV software ships on this unit so you’ll have access to all the apps you love, like Netflix, Amazon Video and Hulu.
And now, for the best part. This sweet UHD TV is part of a new round of lightning deals on Amazon. While supplies last, Amazon is selling the Hisense 43H7C2 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV for just $299.99 with free Prime shipping.
As the name of today’s big shopping event might suggest, you’ll need a Prime subscription to enjoy any of these deals. If you don’t already have a Prime subscription, you can sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial right now and enjoy all the huge Prime Day deals coming today. Make sure you don’t miss anything by following along in our Prime Day 2016 hub.
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