TiVo and Insignia. The Perfect TV Match.   by

What could be better than the TiVo® experience and an Insignia Connected TV!? Easy. An Insignia Connected TV powered by TiVo Design.

Through this product, TiVo continues its evolution from a DVR by bringing its expertise and easy-to-use interface to the new connected TV space. This connected TV is the first television to include the award-winning TiVo interface that marries traditional TV and the Internet into one device and without adding another box.

Consumers will have access to a variety of web-based entertainment. Looking for a great movie? Stream a flick from CinemaNow or Netflix. Looking set the mood with some music!? Pandora and Napster can help. Whether you’re into movies, music or just want to watch TV there are plenty of options! Plus, this is all powered by TiVo’s user interface and certain search capabilities and all in high definition, with no paid subscription to the TiVo service required.

The Insignia Connected TV with TiVo Design does not function as a DVR, but is fully compatible with TiVo DVRs and cable operators provisioned DVRs to accommodate recorded programs.

The 42” Insignia Connected TV powered by TiVo Design is available now for $699.99 and the 32” is available now for $499.99. To learn more or order now visit

Evan Young is Sr. Director of Product Management for TiVo Inc. You can follow him @evan_young.

6 Responses to "TiVo and Insignia. The Perfect TV Match."

  1. Mike says:

    Will these TV’s work with current Premieres? I’d buy one immediately if I could stream from our current Premiere to this device.

  2. Sam Biller says:

    What do you mean by, “fully compatible with TiVo DVRs and cable operators provisioned DVRs to accommodate recorded programs.”? I’m with Mike — streaming from other Premiere’s makes this a very good TV option for a 2nd or 3rd TV.

  3. Tim says:

    No DVR functionality in a TiVo product? Big time pass.

  4. Stephanie Webb says:

    Are you saying the tv will also be a DVR or you still need the box to record? I pay for 2 tivo boxes now and would consider a tv like that if it was a dvr and I could eliminate a box.

  5. MR says:

    “The Insignia Connected TV with TiVo Design does not function as a DVR, but is fully compatible with TiVo DVRs and cable operators provisioned DVRs to accommodate recorded programs.” – Then, why should I buy this product?

    Great that it’s powered by TiVo’s interface, but you couldn’t have spent the extra hundred dollars and integrated the TiVo interface and possible a CableCARD slot into the unit, so that we can eliminate a box?

    Epic Fail TiVo!

  6. that is perfect TV , nice blog

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