Got some binging to do? Need to catch up on a few new shows? I mean, were you even aware that HBO now has The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air available to stream? Because that's a show you haven't binged before I'd bet. Time to get the Amazon Fire TV Stick 2019 streaming media player while it's on sale for $29.99. That's pocket change, and the Fire TV Stick normally sells for $40. These deals used to be a lot more common, but recent events have kept it from going on sale.
The Fire TV Stick is Amazon's most affordable streaming hardware that provides quick and easy access to popular services like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Netflix. Don't forget about YouTube, HBO, Disney+, Apple TV, and a dozen others. You'll be able to access tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills. You can even subscribe to services like Sling or YouTube TV and watch live news, sports, and more.
This device comes with Amazon's newest Alexa-enabled voice remote. You can speak directly into it and use your voice to search for your favorite apps or shows. Use the remote to navigate the media player manually if you want or by simply talking into it. Alexa can control the content, power on your TV, adjust the volume, and more. If you have the right living room setup, you can even control your sound bar, smart TVs, and more. Even beyond the smart stick, with Alexa connected to your home network you can use her just like any Alexa-enabled device and control your entire smart home.
You can watch content in resolutions up to 1080p, and the Fire TV Stick supports Dolby Audio. It has 8GB of storage, too, so you'll have plenty of room for all the apps and games you want to install.
While it's not on sale, if you did want to upgrade to 4K because 1080p just isn't enough, you can grab the Fire TV Stick 4K f0r $49.99 instead. It has most of the same features, including the Alexa-enabled remote, but it also offers upgraded content resolution.
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