In Prime Day deals, the Fire TV Stick 4K lowers to its lowest price ever, and that’s not all.
THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO BUY A FIRE TV STREAMING DEVICE IF YOU WANT TO UPGRADE YOUR STREAMING SET-UP. Amazon Prime Day has come, bringing with it a slew of fantastic Fire TV bargains.
Looking for a new show to watch? In its annual Prime Day sale, Amazon has dropped the prices of two of its best Fire TV streaming devices, allowing you to watch episodes from Prime Video, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Shudder, Apple TV+, BritBox, and Sky via its NOW on-demand service. These savings are only available until tomorrow evening, when the annual Prime Day promotions end.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote, for example, has been reduced from £49.99 to £26.99. That’s a saving of £23 – nearly half the price of the regular price. The streaming device, which plugs into the HDMI port on your television, comes with a voice-controlled remote in addition to streaming in vivid Ultra HD.
This app uses Alexa, a talkative AI assistant, to help you find series and movies using your voice, as well as search for stars and directors you like. You can use it to operate any smart lightbulbs in your home, answer video doorbells, request songs to play on smart speakers, and more because it’s the same Alexa assistant that drives the Amazon Echo.
Amazon’s flagship Fire TV Cube is also featured in the Prime Day promotion if you want the best of the best. This ingenious television device combines an Amazon Echo Dot and a Fire TV 4K Stick into a single set-top box. All of your favorite streaming services, including BBC iPlayer, Prime Video, ITV Hub, YouTube, All 4, NOW, Disney+, Netflix, and more, are included in the Fire TV Cube. However, you can use Alexa to operate your television without touching it.
So you can sit back and ask Alexa to change the channel, switch between HDMI inputs, adjust the volume, and more.
The Fire TV Cube is presently £59.99, a saving of £50 compared to its usual price of £109.99. This is the Fire TV device to have if you want to seriously enhance your streaming game.
Of course, you’ll need a Prime membership to purchase any of these reduced items, as is the case with all of Amazon’s yearly Prime Day promotions. You won’t have to, thankfully. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”