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Insignia 39-inch Fire TV hits an all-time low: $130

Plus: 9 free Kindle e-books and the best Nintendo Switch deal in a while.

Thirty-nine inches of streaming-TV goodness for only $130.
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Back in January, when Super Bowl TV deals were coming fast and furious, I shared this Insignia TV at the then-colossal price of $150.

Today, it's even colossal-er. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the Insignia 39-inch 1080p Fire TV Edition for $129.99. That's the lowest price to date and a full $40 below the Black Friday price. 

As noted, this is a 1080p screen, not a 4K. Guess what: That's absolutely fine for a TV of this size, because the human eye can't make out all the extra pixels anyway -- not at standard viewing distance.

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What you really need to know is that the Insignia comes with built-in Fire TV and a voice-controllable remote -- meaning you can say things like, "Alexa, Watch Travelers on Netflix," and the TV will run the app and start the show. (Speaking of which, if you haven't seen Travelers on Netflix, you're missing out.)

If you're planning to add things like a cable box and game console, you'll be glad to know there are three HDMI inputs available.

Now, you know my stance on TV speakers: They're typically terrible. But this model has a pair of 5-watt Onkyo speakers built in, so maybe they're OK? Onkyo's a pretty big name in the audio biz.

Finally, the Insignia has a 4.6-star rating from over 900 buyers. That's pretty impressive, and it means there's a high chance you'll be a happy viewer. I'm seriously tempted to jump on this, as I'm looking for a TV I can wall-mount right in front of my elliptical.

Your thoughts?

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Free Kindle e-books


Amazon got you nine gifts to celebrate World Book Day.


Happy World Book Day, everyone! Here, Amazon got you a little something: 9 free Kindle e-books from authors around the world

You'll enjoy literary fiction from Mexico, mysteries from Spain and Germany, historical fiction from Israel and more. Most of these titles would normally cost you $4-6 apiece.

The best Nintendo Switch deal right now

Been saving for a Nintendo Switch? You don't have to pay list price, and you might just be able to sidestep sales tax as well.

That's because, for a limited time (and while supplies last), GamerCandy (via Rakuten) has the Nintendo Switch (blue/red) for $263.49 shipped when you apply promo code SAVE15 at checkout.

Pro tip: If you're an Ebates user, you can get 1% cash back on this purchase, saving you an extra $2.63. Of course, Ebates is now known by its parent-company name, which is... Rakuten. Confused yet? Yeah, it's stupid. But the cash-back is real, so you might as well grab it.

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