It's also 80 per cent faster than past Fire TV Sticks, supports Dolby Atmos (if you have the right audio setup), and has a quad-core 1.7GHz processor built in to speed up all your streaming and browsing.
Of course, new hardware isn't the only trick up the Fire TV Stick's sleeve. Once your trade-in is accepted by Amazon, add a Fire TV Stick 4K to your cart and the bonus savings of $20 will be taken out automatically during checkout. Plus, the all-new Alexa Voice Remote lets you control your complete entertainment experience and use your voice to quickly find the content you want. "The team invented an entirely new antenna technology and combined that with a powerful 802.11ac Wi-Fi chip that optimizes for the best possible 4K UHD streaming experience, even in congested network environments".
Amazon's new Fire TV Stick 4K ($50) is now available for pre-order.
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"Alexa would be backward-compatible, So if you have a current Fire TV, you will be able to use your existing remote and use Alexa on Fire TV" Gupta said.
The new peripheral sports Bluetooth and multi-directional infrared, allowing viewers to control televisions, home audio systems, and satellite boxes with a single remote. The device is available for pre-order from the website and will start shipping from November 14. It will also be compatible with the earlier Fire TV stick and will be available as a standalone remote for Rs 1,999.
The Alexa Voice Remote will start shipping on the same dates for $30 / £30 / 30 when bought separately.
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