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With the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading like wildfire across the glove, many people are turning to leisure activities in their downtime. While many people are simply working from home, others are left with not much to do at all and have found solace in playing video games or binge-watching their favorite television shows. Amazon is buying in to our "social distancing" protocols with a sale on some popular streaming hardware. Naturally, the online retail giant is discounting its own first-party hardware including the stalwart Fire TV Stick. The Fire TV stick is normally priced at $39.99, but Amazon is currently discounting it by $17 to a low $22.99 with free shipping for Prime subscribers.... Read more...
Fans of streaming TV and movies without paying for cable or satellite already know that one of the best ways to get content from streaming sources onto your big screen is the Amazon Fire TV Stick. Amazon has a smoking good deal going on right now for the Fire TV Stick 4K bundle with a third generation Echo Dot smart speaker. The bundle deal gets shoppers the Fire TV Stick 4K and the Echo Dot for $46.99. That is 53% off the normal $99.98 price the bundle goes for. The bundle is cheaper than the Fire TV Stick 4K alone, which typically sells for $49.99. Anyone wanting a Fire TV Stick 4K and the Fire TV Recast DVR with an HD antenna can get that bundle for $249.95, which is a discount of $50... Read more...
It might be taking content developers a long time to flood the market with 4K movies and TV shows, but one thing is for sure, the hardware is in place on the consumer side. TVs with native 4K support are the new norm, and the transition is taking place on the peripheral side as well. Case in point, Amazon today announced a new version of its streaming Fire TV Stick that brings 4K resolution support into the fold. It doesn't stop there, either. Amazon's new Fire TV Stick 4K adds support for the two most popular high dynamic range (HDR) standards, those being Dolby Vision and HDR10+, to make those 4K Ultra HD visuals pop. Of course, you'll need a TV that also supports HDR, which are also starting... Read more...