Fire TV Stick 4K
When Amazon created its first Fire TV Stick in 2014, it was hailed as one of the best and niftiest gadgets to be ever plugged into an HDTV set instantly turning it into a smart TV. Some 4 years later, its 3rd generation is all ready to rock the TV-watching world anew with 4K capabilities and the revolutionary Alexa Voice Remote.
The Fire TV Stick 4K promises to deliver more powerful 4K content streaming regardless of the brand, make, and type of TV set one has at home. As long as it is an HDTV and there’s an existing HDMI port, the Fire Stick 4K can be easily plugged and instantly played.
Since this 3rd generation Fire Stick already comes with Alexa, there’s no more need to fumble with the remote. Simply ask Alexa to find you the best 4K Ultra HD streaming content and she will immediately display these on your screen. Ask Alexa again to play your chosen title and you’re done. But of course, you can always use the accompanying remote if you simply don’t like talking to a digital assistant.
The Fire TV Stick 4K is many times better than the original. It’s now fully capable of streaming 4K Ultra HD, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, Dolby Vision, and HDR content whereas the original Fire Stick can only manage a now-obsolete 1080p resolution. What you get is vivid images with colors that literally burst to life right on your screen. It would be nearly impossible to see the difference between what is real and what are shown in front of you.
But this streaming entertainment experience will be nothing if the sound quality is also not addressed. The original Fire TV Stick came standard with Dolby Audio technology. The new 4K streaming stick, meanwhile, already features Dolby’s Atmos engine compatibility. This will literally elevate your viewing and listening experiences to greater heights.
Hundreds of thousands of premium quality streaming content are now fully accessible with just the sound of your voice. With this kind of entertainment, there’s never going to be any dull moment in your home for you and the whole family.