Sharp's 32-inch Roku TV is on sale for $130 at Best Buy today only - and it's a good budget TV for a secondary room
- If you're looking for a secondary TV in your home, you probably don't need something with the highest resolution, and you don't want to pay a ton of cash.
- Best Buy has discounted an already cheap Sharp TV by $50, bringing the price down to a very affordable $129.99.
- The deal is Best Buy's "Deal of the Day" - so if you're interested, you'll have to get it today, September 17, before the deal ends at 11:59 p.m. CT.
If you're in the market for an ultra-affordable TV, Best Buy might have the deal for you. A 32-inch Sharp TV is currently on sale for $50 off its original price, bringing the cost down to $129.99.
So what do you get in a $130 TV? Well, don't expect ultra-high resolutions and HDR. This is a 720p TV. That said, there's still plenty of good things about this budget TV.The TV comes with the Roku operating system built right into it, so you'll be able to download your favorite streaming apps and services right to the TV, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and so on. On top of that, the TV has three HDMI inputs and a USB port, so you can connect other streaming and gaming devices easily. The remote is pretty easy to use too.
Because this is a Roku TV, you'll get a Roku remote, which offers simple playback controls, quick-access buttons to your favorite streaming services, and more. It also works with Amazon's Alexa and the Google Assistant if you want to use voice control to operate the TV.
This TV is perfect as a secondary TV in a less frequently used space, or for those who have a smaller living room or bedroom and want a TV that won't take up too much space. The deal on the Sharp 32-inch Roku TV ends today, so if you're interested, you'll want to buy it before 11:59 p.m. CT on September 17, 2019.
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