Amazon’s New Fire TV Stick 4K Max is Now Available




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Last month, Amazon announced the launch of its new lineup of Fire TV devices, including new Fire TVs and the Fire TV 4K Max. The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is now available for $54.99.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is 40% more powerful than the Fire TV Stick 4K, making it faster to switch between apps and navigate to the content you want to watch. The streaming stick supports WiFi 6 for smoother 4K streaming. It’s also Amazon’s first streaming media player to launch with Energy Star Certification and the Amazon Climate Pledge Friendly badge. With Low Power Mode, customers can save an average of 15% more power compared to Fire TV Stick 4K.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max supports 4K UHD, HDR, and HDR10+ streaming, as well as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. It comes with the latest Alexa Voice Remote and is Amazon’s first streaming stick to offer Live View Picture-in-Picture. Like the Fire TV Omni Series and 4-Series, Alexa Home Theater is enabled, so you can wirelessly connect with Echo Studio or a pair of Echo (4th Gen) smart speakers for immersive sound, including multichannel Dolby audio formats.

Looking for Amazon’s new smart TVs? The Fire TV Omni Series is open for preorders and will be available on October 27, starting at $410.

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