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Best Buy to offer 39-inch Insignia full HD 60 Hz HDTV for $169 on Black Friday 2013

Big-screen TV for under $200 at Best Buy during door buster specials

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Best Buy to offer 39-inch Insignia full HD 60 Hz HDTV for $169 on Black Friday 2013

One of the best deals you will find during Black Friday 2013 on a larger screen HDTV will come from Best Buy. The company has announced some of its door buster specials and those specials include a 39-inch class 1080p 60 Hz HDTV. Best Buy didn't offer up a specific model number, but did say the TV sells for $349.99 regularly.

The TV selling at that price on the Best Buy website carries model number NS-39D400NA14, presumably this is the TV that will be on sale on Black Friday. The normal retail price is $349.99, but Best Buy will be offering it for only $169 on Black Friday.

The TV uses LED backlight technology and weighs 21.6 pounds with the stand. It has two HDMI inputs and a USB port. It also features a DVI input allowing it to be used as a computer monitor. The contrast ratio is 32,000:1 dynamic.

According to Black Friday Countdown there is about 20 days until Black Friday 2013. We will again provide full analysis and guidance of Black Friday Ads and Deals in our Black Friday Hub.

 

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