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This is the perfect smart TV for your kitchen or any small space

Published Jun 19th, 2024 7:47AM EDT
Insignia Fire TVs
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When people ask me what TV they should buy, I almost always recommend an LG OLED TV. I have tested more than 100 different TVs in my time here at BGR, so I know what I’m talking about when I say LG OLED TVs are the best. They feature stunning picture quality, the deepest blacks you can get, and vivid colors that jump off the screen. In fact, the only time I don’t recommend one is when someone is looking for a cheap little TV for a small space like a kitchen or a tiny guest bedroom.

In those cases, I recommend the Insignia F20 series without giving it a second though. These great little smart TVs have Amazon’s Fire TV software built right in, so they support all the streaming apps you can think of. Plus, they have solid picture quality and are remarkably cheap. Prices right now start at just $69.99 for the Insignia F20 24-inch Fire TV. Or, you can pick up the 32-inch model for $89.99 instead of $130.

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Amazon recently kicked off a sale on Fire TV Sticks with several great deals. There are still some pretty good Fire TV Stick deals available right now, but this sale isn’t right for everyone.

Those offers are terrific if you want to add Fire TV software to a television you already own. After all, many people prefer Fire TV’s UI even if they already own a smart TV with a proprietary platform.

If you’re in need of a new TV as opposed to just a streaming stick, however, why not get one that already has Fire TV software built right in?

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Insignia is one of the top brands when it comes to smart TVs powered by Amazon’s Fire TV software. Among our readers, they’re even more popular than Amazon’s own Fire TV television sets.

One of the hottest deals right now is on the Insignia F20 24-inch Fire TV, which is on sale for $69.99. That’s nearly half off the original retail price, which was $120 until Insignia recently lowered it to $80. Either way, this sale matches the lowest price ever for this best-selling model.

You can also upgrade to the Insignia F20 32-inch model for $89.99, down from $130. Either one is perfect for a kitchen or guest bedroom, and the F20 is the single best-selling television on Amazon’s entire site.

These Insignia Fire TVs are so compact that they can fit anywhere. The 24-inch model is perfect for any extra space you might have on a kitchen counter. Or, you can bump up to the 32-inch model if you plan to mount it on a wall. I’ve seen tons of people mount them high in the corner of a kitchen with a tilting mount like this one. It’s so light that you can even use a ceiling mount if you have high ceilings.

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There are also several larger models on sale, including the 43-inch F30 series TV and the 42-inch F20 series model.

Or, if you want to step things up and you’re looking for TVs for bigger rooms in your home, there are two larger Fire TVs included in the sale.

First, we have the Amazon Omni 65-inch Fire TV, which retails for $760. During the current sale, you can pick one up for only $639.99.

The even bigger version is the Amazon Omni 75-inch Fire TV, which retails for $1,050. That’s already a great price for such a huge TV, especially one with Fire TV software built right in. Rather than paying full price, however, Amazon has it on sale right now with a discount that drops it to $819.99.

Maren Estrada Deals Editor

Maren Estrada has been the Editor of BGR Deals since it launched in 2013. She has more than 20 years of experience testing more than 1,500 products, and reviewing a wide range of consumer electronics including mobile devices, smart home products, computers, and home appliances.

Previously, she was a leading consultant specializing in copywriting, product development, and new product launches.