Get an Insignia 24″ Smart HD TV for Less than $100

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Even if you’ve since started returning to the movie theater to check out the recent box office flicks, nothing beats relaxing in your coziest chair at home and watching your favorite movies or bingeing the latest episodic TV series. If that’s how you’d like to spend your winter months, check out the Insignia 24DF310NA21 24″ Smart HD TV that you can pick up for under $100.

What makes this TV “smart” is that it ships with Alexa and a voice remote. Ask Alexa through the remote to search for your favorite TV and movies, play music, watch the game, launch apps, and even control your other smart home devices. There’s not much to the setup, other than plugging it in and connecting to your Wi-Fi. After that, you only need to relax and start enjoying your new smart TV.

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With over 500,000 streamed TV episodes and movies, you have access to it all on thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills. Additionally, you can still catch your local news, weather, and other favorites, as it integrates seamlessly with over-the-air TV, Sling TV, DirectTV Now, and others. Get it all in one place.

The Insignia 24″ Smart HD TV has Full HD picture quality with lifelike details, rich contrast, and brilliant colors. A quad-core CPU/multi-core GPU powers the set, giving it speed and performance with instant search results and fluid responsiveness. Dual-band Wi-FI, three HDMI inputs, and other options allow you to connect easily. Customize it by renaming the connections to help you remember and adjust the settings for each of your connected devices.

Take $70 off this smart TV and get it for just $99.99. If you want to go a little larger, you can get the 39″ TV for just $189.99 after taking $60 off.

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