Check out this review from the technology and life style web magazine and shopping guide I4U News, the Best Buy Private Brand , Insignia fares extremely well.
Insignia probably isn’t the brand you see commercials for on TV, go into the store planning to buy, or frankly, brag to your friends about after you buy. But after strolling the show floor and getting a dose of name-brand sticker shock, it’s the type of brand you’ll probably think twice about. Best Buy’s little-known store brand ranks high on the features-for-the-buck scale, falling beside the likes of Vizio and Westinghouse on the peculiarly low end of the price range where shoppers can’t help buy wonder what they’re giving up for the price. We pried open the 42-inch NS-L42X-10A Insignia, which sells for $850 and boasts many of the same bells and whistles from spendier TVs, like 1080p resolution and 120Hz refresh rates, to find out whether Best Buy has a deal with the devil, or just a solid bargain on its hands.