What are we not going to see, this new Amazon 2nd- gen Fire TV Stick is a device that can be plugged into your TV for media streaming, the device was first introduced about 2 years ago, but they decided its time to re-update its software, adding newer features.
The new Amazon Fire TV Stick comes with an updated processor, a new tv remote control with support for voice command, as well as an improved wireless connectivity, with this you can sure kiss your old remote bye
According to the information posted on the company website, it stated that the new 2nd-gen TV Stick now supports 4K Ultra HD for true-to-life picture quality, and of course you can now view high-definition 1080p streams even without a 4K TV on Amazon Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu among several others.
Features of Amazon 2nd-gen Fire TV Stick
That being said, the newly updated Amazon TV Stick With Voice Command as also be updated with a WiFi strength of about 802.11ac as against its predecessor that came with 802.11b/g/n.
Interestingly, the TV Stick is powered with MediaTek 8127D quad-core processor, supported with 1gb of ram and 8gb of storage, the device chip is cloaked at a speed of 1.3 GHz with Mali-450 MP4 graphics, however, the device seems to come with different variant, each with one added advantage over the other
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However, the new Amazon Fire TV Stick is expected to start shipping come 20th of October, but is currently up for pre-order for $40, while you can order for that with 4k video support for $100, don't forget the stick now comes with a tv remote with voice command.
All you need do to use the voice command is to ask Amazon Alexa to check up news, sports scores, as well as weather on the go, as a matter of fact, you can also use the voice command on the remote to search for TV shows, Movies, Actors among several others
Other features embedded on the 2nd-gen fire TV Stick includes Bluetooth 4.1, a micro USB port which is used for power, an HDMI connector, and there's also an “optional” support for USB-to-Ethernet adapter.
There you have it, you can pre-order now on amazon for just $40
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