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If you’re looking to add a new streaming device to your living room setup or replace an aging device, you can now pick up one of Amazon’s Fire TV devices for less. The company has discounted many of its streaming devices to near-record prices, including the Fire 4K TV Stick, which is only $30 right now. The Fire TV Stick Lite is 33% off and $20, while the Fire TV Cube also fell back to its all-time low of $70.
The Fire TV Stick 4K is a great option if you want a low-profile streaming device capable of handling 4K content. It also supports Dolby Vision and HDR, and it comes with the Alexa Voice Remote, which lets you search and launch content with voice commands. The Fire TV Stick Lite, on the other hand, is Amazon’s most affordable streaming device with supports for 1080p streaming. It’s best for those on a tight budget or those who just want to make an old TV with an HDMI port a little smarter.
Amazon’s Fire TV Cube remains its most powerful streaming device with a hexa-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It supports 4K content, HDR with Dolby Vision and Atmos, and it also has picture-in-picture live view. You also get hands-free Alexa commands, meaning the Cube’s built-in speaker will hear and recognize your commands to turn off your lights or check the weather, even when your TV is off. This is arguably the best option if you want a high-end streaming device and you already have plenty of Alexa-enabled devices around your house.
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