Insignia releases first ever 70-inch 4K Fire TV Edition television

Insignia has just released a new 70-inch 4K Fire TV Edition television (also at Best Buy). This is the first Fire TV Edition television ever released with a screen this large. Toshiba, Element, JVC (UK), Grundig (Germany), and Insignia themselves have all released 65-inch TVs with Amazon’s Fire TV operating system, but none have pushed beyond that size until now. Read more ›

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Sideclick Remote Attachment is compatible with the new 2020 Fire TV Edition remotes

Somebody asked me if the Sideclick Remote Attachment was compatible with the new 2020 Fire TV Edition remotes that are now included with Toshiba and Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions, as well as TCL and Nebula Fire TV Edition soundbars. Sure enough, the Sideclick fits perfectly. That was no surprise, since, unlike the old remote which is thicker, the newer Fire TV Edition remote is the exact same width, thickness, and shape as the Alexa Voice Remote which comes with Fire TV Sticks and Cubes. Read more ›

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Overview of the new Recent button on the 2020 Fire TV Edition Remote

The new line of 2020 Fire TV Edition televisions come with a new remote that is backwards compatible with all past and present Fire TV Edition televisions made by Toshiba and Insignia. Among several differences, compared to the old remote, is a new “Recent” button. Here’s an overview of how the button works and the hidden menu that it opens. Read more ›

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New 2020 Fire TV Edition Remote for Toshiba and Insignia TVs is Now Available to Order — Backwards compatible w/ 2018 & 2019 TVs

The new Fire TV Edition remote for Toshiba and Insignia televisions is now available to order for $29.99. While this is the new remote that you get with the new 2020 Fire TV Edition televisions, it is also compatible with all older 2018 and 2019 Fire TV Edition televisions made by Toshiba and Insignia, regardless of model, year, or screen size. If you have a TV made by either Toshiba or Insignia that runs the Fire TV OS, this remote will work with your TV and it comes with several advantages over the older remote. Read more ›

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Fire TV Edition Soundbar by TCL is back in stock after being unavailable for 5 months

The TCL Alto 8+ Fire TV Edition Soundbar is back in stock at Amazon. It was announced in January, released in February, and quickly went out of stock, where it remained until now. This soundbar has the equivalent of a Fire TV Stick 4K integrated into it and uses the same remote that is included with the 2020 Fire TV Edition televisions. The price is a bit steep, at $199.99, considering it does not come with a separate subwoofer. Instead, it comes with a built-in subwoofer as part of its speaker array. Read more ›

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New 2020 Toshiba and Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions are now available in US & Canada


Toshiba and Insignia have released their new Fire TV Edition televisions for 2020. There are 11 variations of screen size and resolution available across the US and Canada. They range from 24-inches for $149.99 and up to 55-inches for $429.99, with 32, 39, 43, and 50-inch sizes in between. There are more models this year than in previous years that support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. Additionally, for the first time, there are now models that support DTS Virtual:X passthrough surround sound. Read more ›

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Toshiba Fire TV Edition televisions are now available to pre-order in Canada

Toshiba Fire TV Edition televisions were released in the US earlier this year and now they’re coming to Canada. All six models, ranging from the 32-inch 720p TV to the 55-inch 4K TV, are now available to pre-order from Amazon and Best Buy. They’ll be released in just over a week on October 19th. Read more ›

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Best Buy releases new low-cost Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions starting at $149.99

Best Buy has released three new Fire TV Edition televisions under their Insignia house brand. These new TVs are the least expensive Fire TV Edition models due to their small screen sizes and lack of 4K support. The models released include a 720p 24-inch size for $149.99, a 720p 32-inch size for $169.99, and a 1080p 39-inch size for $249.99. Read more ›

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Best Buy releases their Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition televisions

Best Buy has released their Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition televisions. The TVs come in three sizes, which include a 43-inch model for $329.99, a 50-inch model for $379.99, and a 55-inch model for $449.99. If those sizes and prices sound familiar, that’s because they’re identical to the Toshiba 4K Fire TV Edition televisions released earlier this year. These new Insignia TVs are nearly identical to the Toshiba TVs, with only a few minor differences. Read more ›

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Exclusive: Best Buy to release 6 new Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions that range from 24 to 55 inches

Amazon and Best Buy announced a collaboration earlier this year that would facilitate the release of “more than 10” new Fire TV Edition televisions from Toshiba and Insignia. Toshiba has since released 6 new Fire TV Edition televisions this year, but no Fire TV Edition televisions from Best Buy’s house brand Insignia have been released. New information that I’ve discovered indicates that Best Buy will very likely be releasing 6 new Insignia Fire TV Edition televisions in the coming months. They appear to have screen sizes of 24, 32, 39, 43, 50, and 55 inches and consist of 720p, 1080p, and 4K UHD resolutions. Read more ›

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