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The Insignia Voice Google Assistant speaker hits an all-time low: $20 (Update: Sold out)

Best Buy seems determined to make this smart speaker-enabled alarm clock irresistibly cheap,

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I mean, how much cheaper can this thing get? Regular Cheapskate readers know that the Insignia Voice was originally $100, usually hovers at $40 and routinely goes on sale for $25. And I mean routinely. Probably once a month for as long as I can remember.

But $20? I'm pretty sure that's the lowest price to date. So here you go: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the Insignia Voice Smart Bluetooth speaker with alarm clock and Google Assistant for $19.99 shipped (plus tax). Update: I guess $20 was the magic number for lots of folks, because this is now sold out.

Intended for the nightstand (but fine for, say, a living room or kitchen as well), the Insignia Voice is, well, a smart Bluetooth speaker with an alarm click and Google Assistant. What more can I tell you?

Not much, because I still haven't caved -- but CNET reviewed the Voice and found that it sounds better than the currently more-expensive (and clockless) Google Home Mini.

If you've already picked one up, hit the comments and let your fellow cheeps know if they should pull the trigger as well!

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