Amazon announces the world’s most powerful streaming media stick yet

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As far as the details are concerned, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K comes with a faster 1.7GHz processor, which according to the company delivers a fast streaming experience long with a quicker loading times and better image quality. This upgrade includes a variety of new features, such as dedicated power, volume, and mute buttons. There's still support for far-field voice recognition which was added to the Fire TV past year, letting you control your content with Alexa by pairing the Fire TV Stick 4K with any Echo device. "Alexa Voice Remote" lets users use their voice to quickly find the content they want", Marc Whitten, Vice President, Amazon Fire TV said in a statement.

"Alexa would be backward-compatible, So if you have a current Fire TV, you will be able to use your existing remote and use Alexa on Fire TV" Gupta said. The Fire TV Stick 4K and the Alexa Voice Remote would start shipping in India from November 14.


An "entirely new" antenna design pairs with a "powerful" 802.11ac Wi-Fi chip to provide a "more seamless 4K UHD streaming experience" in a slightly heftier package than before that. still looks like a diminutive stick. "It is a complete 4K solution our customers are looking for, all within a compact stick form factor". Alternatively, user can also find 4K content through Alexa commands. It will start shipping in the United Kingdom and Germany on November 14 for £50 / €60. Neither the Cube nor the original Fire TV 4K supports Dolby Vision HDR, either.

"What it (Fire TV Stick 4K) does is that it adds a lot more oomph into the performance of the Fire TV Stick". Later this year, it will also be available for pre-order in Japan.


The Fire TV Stick 4K is the next-gen streaming stick to accompany the Fire TV 4K box, replacing the Fire TV Stick with Alexa that was introduced early past year.

The refreshed Alexa Voice Remote allows you to control TVs, AV equipment, and cable boxes through Bluetooth and multi-directional infrared.


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