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Amazon Offers Up to 51% Discount on Fire TV Streaming Devices


If you didn’t snag an Amazon Fire TV device on Prime Day, here’s another chance: Many devices from the lineup are now on discount, with prices just slightly higher than the major sale event. The most affordable pick is the Fire TV Stick Lite, now available at 33% off, dropping from $30 to just $20.

Buy Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite at $20 It’s currently 33 percent off.

If you’re keen to dive into Amazon’s Fire TV series, the Fire TV Stick Lite is your best budget-friendly start. At the cost of what’s roughly two cinema tickets (or just one these days), it lets you stream popular platforms like Netflix and Disney+, and even enjoy tunes from Spotify and Amazon Music. Fancy watching live TV or having Alexa dim your room’s lights? This device has got you covered.

Diving into the specs, the Fire TV Stick Lite offers 8GB storage, Dolby-encoded audio via HDMI passthrough, and Wi-Fi 5 compatibility. A notable difference from its classic sibling, the remote lacks TV controls like volume. Speaking of the classic Fire TV Stick, currently priced at $25 (originally $39), it has some additional perks: Alexa Voice Remote and Dolby Atmos support. Both versions run on a quad-core CPU at 1.7GHz and a GPU clocked at 650MHz.

However, the real steal is the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, now at an enticing 51% off, priced at $27 (down from $55). Just $2 more than the classic gives you 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, and the faster Wi-Fi 6. Plus, it boasts a live view picture-in-picture, a slightly faster quad-core CPU at 1.8GHz, and a GPU at 750MHz.

For those willing to splurge, the Fire TV Cube stands as the deluxe option, now reduced by 14%, from $140 to $120. Its higher price tag delivers an array of features, including an octa-core CPU (4x 2.2GHz & 4x 2.0GHz), a GPU at 800MHz, a whopping 16GB storage, Alexa’s hands-free control, and the advanced Wi-Fi 6E, paired with an Ethernet port. It’s an all-rounder, letting you link various devices such as gaming consoles and webcams.

Lastly, for those who frequently misplace their remotes, the Alexa Voice Remote Pro could be your solution. Priced at $30 (down from $35), it has a nifty feature allowing you to ask Alexa to find it, prompting the remote to ring. It’s the tech-savvy way to keep track of your remote!


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