Even without considering its innovative Roku option, the Insignia NS-55E480A13A LED TV offers above-average picture quality for the price.
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.
The Insignia Connected TV is a competent television for the money, but the TiVo interface detracts from rather than adds to the experience.
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The first household name to incorporate the Roku TV platform, Sharp will offer 43-inch and 50-inch models, available exclusively at Best Buy. House brand Insignia will sell 32- and 55-inch Roku TVs, starting at $229 for the 32-inch model.
Our favorite smart TV platform will expand to two new brands in 2015, add additional models from TCL, and for the first time Roku TV will venture into 4K territory.
The first official set photo from the new "Trek" movie appears on Twitter, giving fans a glimpse at what's to come for "Star Trek Beyond."
That's $180 less than what Apple charges for a refurb; this one is new. Sellout risk: ginormous!
Even though its picture is subpar and the battery doesn't last long, the Insignia NS-PDVD8 should be good enough for someone looking for the most basic affordable portable DVD player.
The virtual reality company Oculus is nearly ready to sell its headset to the public -- but there's plenty of competition in this new realm, with HTC's Vive and Sony's Project Morpheus.
While the HD Radio format still has its foibles, the Insignia NS-HD01's $50 price tag makes it recommendable for anyone who wants a cheap, easy, and portable way to enjoy digital HD Radio stations.