Amazon all-new Fire TV supports 4K ultra HD video playback, and included Alexa voice remote lets you more easily search your favorite multimedia content and control your playback. Cool? Let’s continue checking.
Compared with Fire TV stick, the 4K Fire TV sports an all-new appearance design, and the quadrate form factor is slightly bigger than the predecessor, but using its flexible HDMI cable you can still connect it with your HDTV. The main body of the all-new Fire TV measures 2.6 x 2.6 x 0.6 inches, weighs 3.1 oz, and other parts also include an Alexa remote controller, power adapter and two AAA batteries.
Due to newly added 4K support the Fire TV comes equipped with Amlogic 1.5GHz quad-core processor with Mali450 MP3 GPU, 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage, so it’s capable of delivering smooth and vivid 4K streaming at up to 60fps with HDR, and built-in Dolby Atmos audio brings your multimedia playback to a new level when connected to compatible home audio system.
Furthermore, the all-new Fire TV comes with an Alexa voice remote that not only controls the TV box with ease, but also control other Alexa compatible smart devices with your voice such as viewing home security camera feeds, controlling light, thermostats, playing music, checking news and more.
Moreover, using an optional HD antenna you can also access to free broadcast networks like NBC and PBS or watch live TV and sports with subscriptions to Sling TV, Hulu and more.
The all-new Fire TV has been available for preorder for $69.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.