Amazon recently launch their new Fire TV set top box, and now the company has announced another media streaming device, the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is designed to take on the Google Chromecast, the device plugs into a HDMI slot on your HDTV, and it can be used to stream content on your TV.
Fire TV Stick delivers instant access to a vast selection of content, including the most popular video and music services such as Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu, WatchESPN, NBA Game Time, Twitch, SHOWTIME ANYTIME, Prime Music, Spotify, Pandora, Vevo, Plex, A&E, PBS, PBS KIDS, WATCH Disney Channel, YouTube.com, and more. The number of video services and games available on Amazon Fire TV has tripled in just seven months, with more services and games being added every week. You can also rent or purchase over 200,000 movies and TV episodes from Amazon Instant Video, which has the world’s largest selection of videos to rent or buy, including new releases and blockbusters.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick comes with a dual core processor, 8GB of built in storage and 1GB of RAM, the device also comes with dual band WiFi, and a remote, there is also optional remote with voice control.
You can find out more details about the Amazon Fire TV Stick over at Amazon at the link below, the device is now available to pre-order for $39, if you are an Amazon Prime member, the device is available for 48 hours for $19.
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