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  • Fire TV Stick connects to your TV's HDMI port. It's an easy way to enjoy over 4,000 channels, apps, and games including access to over 250,000 TV episodes and movies on Netflix, Amazon Video, HBO NOW, Hulu, and more.
  • Cutting the cord? Watch the best of live TV on NBC News, NBA, and Sling TV, which includes ESPN, CNN, HGTV, AMC, A&E, Cartoon Network, and more.
  • 4x the storage and 2x the memory of Chromecast plus a dual-core processor and 1 GB of memory
  • No more buffering, ASAP learns what Amazon Video movies and shows you like so they start instantly
  • Never miss out. Bring Fire TV Stick with you to watch your favorites away from home, even in hotels and dorm rooms.
  • Amazon Prime members get unlimited access to Amazon Video, including original programming like Transparent, plus over 1 million songs with Prime Music. Add-on a subscription to Showtime, STARZ, and more to watch TV episodes, movies, and sports, without cable.
Fire TV Stick connects your HDTV to a world of online entertainment. With a huge selection of movies and TV episodes, voice search that actually works, and exclusive features like Alexa and ASAP, Fire TV Stick is an easy way to enjoy Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, HBO NOW, live sports, music, photos, games, and more. What's on Fire TV Stick? With over 4,000 channels, apps, and games, Fire TV Stick offers all your favorite subscriptions and streaming services. Watch over 250,000 TV episodes, mov

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  1. Jeremiah Batista

    Anyone else notice that at 2:26, they searched Miley Cyrus?

  2. Lol the microphone takes forever.!!!!!

  3. Love the Voice Search feature of Amazon Fire TV. Also like the remote better than the Apple TV’s remote.

  4. Chandamae Rondina

    I am currently starting to use my Amazon Fire TV. It is fast (I have the WDTV as well which is much slower but read on). So far it appears to work well with the Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon content.

  5. With all of the streaming devices out there that are smaller and provide
    very similar content..doesn’t make much sense for me to buy it. Love amazon
    instant but I stream it through a number if devices already. 

  6. Rebecca Caroline

    #Amazon #Fire TV
    – Fire TV’s ease of use (beats the Chromecast but it’s probably on par with
    Roku and the Xbox/Playstations)
    – Amazon’s great user support
    – Roku’s enormous channels selection
    – Playstation and Xbox being clearly superior gaming platforms (if you
    don’t mind paying up to $60 for newly released games)
    – Amazon’s attempt to keep their users confined to Amazon’s own hardware
    platforms and content streams vs. Roku’s and Chromecast relative openness
    – Fire TV’s split gaming/streaming personality (Jack of 2 trades) vs.
    Roku’s and Chromecast focus on streaming
    – Price, of course

  7. This is by far the best streaming device i have. I’ve been through all the models of
    roku, and the FireTv kicks their butts big time.

  8. Engadget: Amazon Fire TV review | Engadget.

    The T on Amazon Fire!
    #tv #gadgets #tech #streaming

  9. The Fire TV may be the next step for Amazon as it tries to build its own
    ecosystem, but it’s also yet another entry in the crowded streaming-media
    Amazon Fire TV review | Engadget

  10. I would get one if the USB port read media…

  11. Cool.

    Well my wife has amazon prime and we are moving out soon but the burning
    question is, Do I get a Roku3? or Amazon TV?

  12. Sup leaky frank 

  13. It’s cool but damn does Amazon make some ugly ass hardware, like seriously

  14. Personally, I think this is a great concept. It may need a little
    polishing as I’m sure it will get in the weeks and months ahead, but it’s
    the 1st mainstream set-top box to offer Android gaming at a competitive
    price. I’m sure Google’s Android TV will be very similar, and the next gen
    Apple TV will be similar on the iOS side. But Amazon deserves credit for
    being to market 1st, and also for what may end up being the least expensive
    of the three.

  15. A steam machine

  16. Hopefully +Engadget or anyone can answer this question for me. I’m thinking
    about canceling my cable subscription and getting Amazon Fire TV. I already
    have Amazon Prime, Netflix and planning to get Hulu and ESPN. Now, do still
    need cable network in order to run ESPN in Amazon Fire TV? I think I read
    that someone but I must have misread which I hope it’s a mis-read.

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