Toshiba Amazon Fire TV Edition: Alexa voice comes to cheap TVs
id=»cnetReview» section=»rvwBody» data-component=»indepthReview»> If you’re getting a budget TV for a bedroom or secondary room, you should be looking for something with a good «smart TV» system built in. It’s more convenient to get your streaming shows and movies from the TV itself rather than bother with a separate stick or other device.
Two smart TV systems today stand above the rest: Roku TV and Amazon’s Fire TV. Both deliver more apps, better search and more options than competitors from traditional TV brands like Samsung, LG and Vizio.
Between the two I favor Roku TV. It’s simpler and erdbeer sahne torte einfach puts every app and service on a level playing field. Fire TV, on the other hand, naturally favors Amazon, and it seemed like Amazon Prime Video was everywhere I looked on these TVs, relegating Netflix, Hulu, HBO and the rest to also-rans. That’s why, for most people, a Roku TV like the TCL S425 or S325 is a better choice than one of these Fire TV Edition sets from Insignia or Toshiba.