Amazon has just put several of Toshiba and Insignia’s Fire TV Edition televisions on sale. If you’re in the market for a tiny TV, the Insignia 24″ 720p is on sale for $89.99. That is $10 less than it has ever been in the past. Both the Toshiba 32″ 720p set and the Insignia 32″ 720p set are on sale for $99.99. Those sales are both Deals of the Day, so they end at midnight tonight. The lowest price either of them has ever been in the past is $129.99. Specs and review scores on both the Toshiba and Insignia models are identical, so either go with the brand you have more faith in or the one that you think is more aesthetically attractive. Another good deal is the Toshiba 50″ 4K TV on sale for $279.99. That sale is $20 less than it has ever been in the past. Lastly, the largest sizes are both $349.99 for the Toshiba 55″ 4K set and the Insignia 55″ 4K set. Those are both all-time lowe prices as well.
Get this Ethernet Adapter Deal
Amazon has just put the official Ethernet Adapter for Fire TVs on sale for $10.99. If my memory is correct, this is the first time that it has ever been on sale. Amazon has offered it at a discount in the past when buying it along with a Fire TV device, but I don’t believe it has ever been on sale on its own. The Amazon Ethernet Adapter is compatible with the current 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick, the Fire TV Stick 4K, the 3rd-gen Fire TV (Pendant), and the Fire TV Cube. It plugs into the micro USB port on those devices to provide a wired internet connection so that you don’t have to rely on WiFi. Read more ›
Get this Fire TV Stick 4K Deal
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is sale for $39.99. This price is only $5 more than the lowest price that Amazon has ever sold it. The Fire Tv Stick 4K is the most powerful streaming device Amazon currently sells. Even if you don’t have a 4K TV, it is highly recommended to pay the extra $10 to get this model instead of the regular Fire TV Stick, which is currently on sale for $29.99. That’s because the extra power will keep the device running smoother for the long haul and it has better WiFi connectivity, among many other improvements. It comes with the new Alexa voice remote with power and volume buttons built-in, as do all current Fire TV models. Also on sale is the Fire TV Cube for $79.99 and the Fire TV Recast for $189.99.
Get this Fire TV Recast Deal
Amazon has the Fire TV Recast on sale for $189.99. That price is for the 2-tuner model that comes with 500 GB of internal storage, which can hold 75 hours of HD video and record 2 channels at a time. The larger 4-tuner Fire TV Recast is on sale for $229.99. That model has 1 TB of internal storage, which can hold 150 hours of HD video and record 4 channels at a time. Both of these sale prices are only $10 more than the lowest prices that the Recast has ever been. Also on sale is the Fire TV Stick 4K for $39.99, Fire TV Stick for $29.99 and the Fire TV Cube for $79.99.
Get this Fire TV Cube Deal
Amazon has the Fire TV Cube on sale for $79.99. That’s $40 off the regular price of $119.99. This sale price is $20 more than it was during Black Friday, which was the lowest Amazon that it has ever been. Like all Fire TV models in Amazon’s current lineup, this bundle includes the new Alexa Voice Remote, which includes power and volume buttons, as well as an Ethernet adapter. Also on sale is the Fire TV Stick 4K for $39.99, Fire TV Stick for $29.99, and the Fire TV Recast for $189.99.
Get this Fire TV Stick Deal
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is on sale for $29.99. This is the older 1080p Fire TV Stick, but it now includes the new Alexa Voice Remote, which includes power and volume buttons on the remote. This is the first time that the new bundle has ever been on sale. Considering the new remote itself costs $29.99 on its own, this is a great price. I think it’s worth paying an extra $10 to get the Fire Tv Stick 4K instead, which is currently on sale for $39.99, because of the extra CPU power and improved WiFi. However, if you’re on a budget and/or don’t have a 4K TV, then the regular Fire TV Stick is still a very capable device. Also on sale is the Fire TV Cube for $79.99 and the Fire TV Recast for $189.99, which are both $40 off their regular prices.
Prices for the various Fire TV Edition television models and sizes vary every week, but I only post about them when they reach all-time low prices. That’s the case with the Insignia 43″ 4K Fire TV Edition television which has just dropped to a new all-time low price of $199.99. The lowest it had ever been prior to this sale is $249.99. Other deals on Fire TV Edition televisions that are currently available include the Insignia 24″ 720p model for $99.99 and the Toshiba 49″ 1080p model for $249.99. Both of those deals match the lowest prices that we’ve seen in the past. The Insignia 55″ 4K model for $349.99, which I posted about last week, is also still available. That is a new all-time low price for the largest available Fire TV Edition television.
Get this 55″ 4K TV Deal
The Insignia 55-inch Fire TV Edition television has just gone on sale for $349.99. Apart from a very short-lived doorbuster deal at Best Buy during Black Friday (that lasted about an hour), this is the new lowest price this TV has ever been. It has been $379.99 in the past, but this is the first time it has ever been this low at Amazon. This TV is the largest Fire TV Edition television currently available. It features 2160p 4K resolution, but don’t be fooled by the “HDR” in the title. That just means it can play HDR content, but it is not a true HDR television. Other Insignia and Toshiba Fire TV Edition television models are also currently on sale, such as the Insignia 43-inch for $249.99 or the Toshiba 50-inch for $299.99. While those match the lowest prices they have ever been, only this Insignia 55-inch model is at a price lower than it has ever been through a regular, non-limited, sale.
Get this Echo Input Deal
Amazon has put the The Echo Input on sale for $19.99. This matches last months sale and is the lowest price the Echo Input has ever been. The Echo Input is essentially an Echo Dot without a built-in speaker. If you plan to always have your Alexa device connected to external speakers, the Echo Input is worth considering over an Echo Dot because it is much smaller and discrete. I personally have one permanently muted and connected to my TV soundbar as an “Alexa bridge” to allow the soundbar to be part of my whole-home audio group. The small form factor lets me tuck it out of sight and the little red mute LED is much less noticeable than the red ring of a muted Echo Dot. An Echo Dot is more versatile because it can be repurposed in the future and used on its own, but if you value minimalism and just need to add Alexa to a speaker, then the Echo Input could be the better option.