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Insignia Infocast

It won't slice or dice, brew your coffee, or fetch your slippers, but the Insignia Infocast's ability to put news, music, photos, calendars, and social networks at your fingertips makes it a worthy addition to today's digitally-enabled home.

Aug. 11, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating Aug. 11, 2010

MSRP: $169.99


Insignia Infocast

The Infocast weaves Web apps, digital photos, and streaming audio and video into an affordable, tablet-style superscreen.

By Aug. 12, 2010


Insignia Infocast may leave Dash in dust

Insignia officially announces its Infocast touch-screen Internet viewer, based around the Chumby Network of open-source widgets. The device competes directly with the Sony Dash.

By Jun. 22, 2010


Insignia Infocast (photos)

Take a closer look at the Insignia Infocast, a touch-screen media viewer based around the Chumby widget platform.

8 Images Jun. 22, 2010


Attack of the giant Chumby

CNET's Donald Bell reviews the Insignia Infocast, an Internet-connected touch-screen microcomputer running a scaled-up version of the Chumby apps platform. The screen measures 8 inches diagonally and the price is hard to beat at $169.

By Aug. 21, 2010


CES: Chumby 8 hands-on

The Chumby hardware makes a comeback, besting the Sony Dash with an 8-inch screen and full Web browser.

By Jan. 7, 2011


Chumby 8 makes case for fourth screen

The biggest incarnation of the Internet-connected Chumby touch screen has arrived, and CNET's Donald Bell gives it his full attention.

By Apr. 11, 2011


Your phone is now a Chumby

Chumby Industries releases its Chumby app for Android, bringing Chumby's unique ecosystem of Web widgets.

By Dec. 16, 2010


Chumby 8

The Chumby 8 is the best and biggest Chumby yet, but tablet and smartphone owners may find its features redundant and its speed lacking.

Apr. 10, 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating Apr. 10, 2011

Pricing not available


Ambient Devices pitching Baseball ScoreCast product at CES

Ambient has a new product on the way that allows you to receive baseball scores wirelessly to a desktop unit called the Baseball ScoreCast.

By Jan. 5, 2008