Best Buy's Insignia brand just announced the arrival of the new Insignia Connected TV. Insignia Connected TV owners can enjoy broadcast and online movies, shows, and music. Insignia has partnered with TiVo Design to provide TiVo ease-of-use, without a paid TiVo subscription.
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Insignia's Connected TV features Netflix, CinemaNow, YouTube, Pandora, and Napster, plus Facebook, Twitter, Photobucket, and more. In partnering with TiVo, Insignia created a product and interface that offers consumers an experience that is reportedly easy to use, easy to connect, and easy to find online entertainment.
As part of Insignia's ongoing partnership with content platform chumby, the Insignia Connected TV comes preloaded with Twitter, Facebook, Photobucket, Accuweather, Reuters News, and Sports, Stocks, and Traffic. Customers can customize their experience by selecting additional content from the chumby network, which supports hundreds of applications for the Insignia Connected TV.
The new Insignia Connected TV will be available in 32- and 42-inch models for $499 and $699 respectively, on BestBuy.com and at Best Buy stores nationwide.