Another good quality streaming media device from Amazon. It’s small size yet powerful features has made it an awesome streaming device. yo ucan easily carry it anywhere with you.
- Fire TV Stick connects to your TV’s HDMI port. It’s an easy way to enjoy over 200,000 TV episodes and movies on Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO, and Hulu Plus, plus games, music, and more
- 4x the storage and 2x the memory of Chromecast plus a dual-core processor and 1 GB of memory and ASAP so the movies and shows you like start instantly
- Fire TV Stick comes with a dedicated remote and remote app with all the controls you need to easily search, watch, and play games
- With voice search on the free remote app or optional Fire TV Voice Remote, simply say what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds
- Fire TV Stick lets you mirror your phone or tablet to your TV, or fling favorite apps to free up your small screen for other uses
- Play favorites like Flappy Birds Family, Toy Story: Smash It!, Monsters University, and more great games
- Amazon Prime customers get unlimited access to popular movies and TV shows with Prime Instant Video, including The HBO Collection and original shows like Transparent, plus Prime Music
It’s faster than the inbuilt of your TV, I can guarantee you that. The setup process is easy and within 10 minutes you will be up and running with all of your movies. The price is very much comfortable for such a device.
The con still found is- the remote do not have any voice command options. Well, not a mandatory option for everyone, but that facility would have made it more interesting.
Amazon Fire TV Stick – Hands On Review
Unlike the Roku Streaming Stick, which is a bit sluggish compared to its full-sized streaming set-top box brethren, the Amazon Fire TV stick is quick to respond to commands, and any differences in app/content loading times are so minute, we’ll need a stopwatch to chart them. It’s interface is identical to the Fire TV Box, and its functionality is very similar, too. At this point, it seems the only real advantage to using an Amazon Fire TV box would be its Ethernet connection for faster HD video throughput, and its faster processor for smoother gaming.
We’ll be pitting the Fire TV Stick against the Fire TV box and, separately, the Roku Streaming Stick and Chromecast soon. We’ll also have our full review of the Fire TV Stick shortly, so visit back tomorrow for a more in-depth look at Amazon’s latest effort to buy your affection for its special brand of streaming movie, TV, games, and music delivery.