9.7-inch Insignia Android tablet headed to Best Buy next month
Now, although we don't have a specific price on the Insignia Flex, we can safely assume that it will target consumers looking for an affordable tablet, not a high-end slate. Or at least that is what our guess is, judging by its unimpressive hardware specs, and the nature of products sold under the Insignia brand. Hopefully, the device will be reasonably priced, but the exact figure is yet to be announced.
Anyone who thinks they might be interested in the Insignia Flex can go check it out at their local Best Buy store in November. The tablet is expected to hit the shelves "one month from today".
source: Insignia (Facebook) via Engadget
1. loli5 posted on 12 Oct 2012, 12:59 0 0
DO NOT EVER buy anything Insignia. It's BB's in house brand and they are basically cobbled together from spare parts. I had an Insignia TV and when it broke on me (had problems from about 4 months after purchase) Geek Squad said they don't even service Insignia products because they have no way of knowing what parts are in there.