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On May 15, Amazon announced that its Fire TV Stick 4K Max is on sale two months after release. The newest streaming adapter from Amazon is now available for $35, a full $20 less than the initial price tag.
The Fire TV Stick 4K Max may be identical to its predecessor on the outside, but it is 40% quicker. That implies faster load times, a smoother user experience, and more gaming space for new functions like a live picture-in-picture view of your video doorbell.
The usual restrictions apply to all Fire TV models. You’ll have access to a large number of apps and services, but you can be certain that Amazon will push its own products. Likewise, if your smart home is built around Apple’s HomeKit or Google Assistant, these Alexa-centric devices won’t be ideal choices.
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