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FIRE TV STICK | HD Streaming Device    

Edited by Marz Krisschlange | Updated February 20, 2021

Critical Consensus

 Libby Plummer | Stuff        
 Vishal Mathur | News18        
 Brandon Carte | BestProducts.com        
 Verity Burns | Trusted Reviews        
 Rik Henderson | Pocket-lint        
 Stuart Andrews | Expert Reviews        
 Trevor Wheelwright | Reviews.org        
 Holly Pyne | Radio Times        
 Caleb Denison | Digital Trends        
 Aaron Brown | Express        
 Rohit KVN | Deccan Herald        
 Henry St Leger | TechRadar        
 Corbin Davenport | Android Police        
 Erin L | TechGadgetsCanada.com        
 Rohit Arora | Gizbot        
 Ty Pendlebury | CNET        
 Chris Welch | The Verge        
 Alex Perry | Mashable        
 Ali Pardiwala | Gadgets360        
 Kelly Woo | Tom’s Guide        
 Alistair Charlton | GearBrain        
 Roshni Gandhi | WalletHacks.com        
 Jared Newman | TechHive        

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Information

FIRE TV STICK
Amazon’s entry level streaming device plugs into a TV’s HDMI port to provide access to subscription services, music, photos and games and comes with Alexa Voice Remote, which includes TV and volume controls, and for Amazon Prime members it is pre-registered to your account.

  • Main Channels: Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+ & HBOMax
  • Memory: 1GB
  • Internal Memory: 8GB
  • Picture Quality: Up to 1080p Full HD with support for HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG (no 4K)
  • Remote: 2nd Gen Alexa Voice Remote with TV and volume controls
  • Price: $39.99
  • Included: 2x AAA batteries, HDMI extender, USB cable & power supply

Dueling Critics

thumbs-up

“This is another brilliant little streaming stick from Amazon, especially if you’re a Prime subscriber. It’s not vastly different from the older model, but the addition of HDR, Dolby Atmos support and a pokey processor make it worth the upgrade.”
thumbs-up

“But it also feels like a streaming device trapped in limbo, with neither the app-centric simplicity of Roku players or the elegant unified streaming guide of the new Chromecast with Google TV.”

Unboxing Video

FIRE TV STICK

    

Edited by Marz Krisschlange | Updated 2.20.21
FIRE TV STICK

Critical Consensus

 Libby Plummer | Stuff        
 Vishal Mathur | News18        
 Brandon Carte | BestProducts.com        
 Verity Burns | Trusted Reviews        
 Rik Henderson | Pocket-lint        
 Stuart Andrews | Expert Reviews        
 Trevor Wheelwright | Reviews.org        
 Holly Pyne | Radio Times        
 Caleb Denison | Digital Trends        
 Aaron Brown | Express        
 Rohit KVN | Deccan Herald        
 Henry St Leger | TechRadar        
 Corbin Davenport | Android Police        
 Erin L | TechGadgetsCanada.com        
 Rohit Arora | Gizbot        
 Ty Pendlebury | CNET        
 Chris Welch | The Verge        
 Alex Perry | Mashable        
 Ali Pardiwala | Gadgets360        
 Kelly Woo | Tom’s Guide        
 Alistair Charlton | GearBrain        
 Roshni Gandhi | WalletHacks.com        
 Jared Newman | TechHive        

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 Fix a critic’s review

Dueling Critics

thumbs-up

“This is another brilliant little streaming stick from Amazon, especially if you’re a Prime subscriber. It’s not vastly different from the older model, but the addition of HDR, Dolby Atmos support and a pokey processor make it worth the upgrade.”
thumbs-up

“But it also feels like a streaming device trapped in limbo, with neither the app-centric simplicity of Roku players or the elegant unified streaming guide of the new Chromecast with Google TV.”

Information

Amazon’s entry level streaming device plugs into a TV’s HDMI port to provide access to subscription services, music, photos and games and comes with Alexa Voice Remote, which includes TV and volume controls, and for Amazon Prime members it is pre-registered to your account.

  • Main Channels: Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+ & HBOMax
  • Memory: 1GB
  • Internal Memory: 8GB
  • Picture Quality: Up to 1080p Full HD with support for HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG (no 4K)
  • Remote: 2nd Gen Alexa Voice Remote with TV and volume controls
  • Price: $39.99
  • Included: 2x AAA batteries, HDMI extender, USB cable & power supply

Unboxing Video

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