Amazon opens preorders for new Fire TV Stick 4K Max
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The new Amazon Fire TV Stick features Wi-Fi 6 support, is compatible with most major streaming services including Apple TV+, and can be bundled with a number of other devices.
Amazon has just announced its newest streaming stick — the Fire TV Stick 4K Max. Amazon states that it's 40% more powerful than the original Fire TV Stick 4K, boasts faster starts and more fluid navigation, and features support for Wi-Fi 6.
The Fire TV Stick allows users to watch their favorite shows from most major streaming services, including Prime Video, Netflix, Apple TV+, Prime Video, Hulu, YouTube, Sling, Disney+, ESPN, and many more.
The Alexa voice remote allows users to search for content and launch streaming services and programs with their voice. Additionally, the remote allows you to turn on and control your TV's volume.
When connected to a compatible device, Dolby Atmos is available on select Netflix, Prime Video, and Disney+ titles.
For those who subscribe to Amazon Luna, Amazon's cloud gaming service, it features a 750Mhz GPU, allowing for fluid gameplay and fast-rendering graphics.
The Fire Stick 4K Max will be shipping out on October 7, but you can preorder it today for $54.99. Adding a two year protection plan will raise the price to $61.98.
You can also bundle it with Accessories Essentials for $87.97, which includes the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, a Made For Amazon Case for Alexa Voice Remote, and omission Cable USB Power Cable.
For those who like to game, you can bundle your Fire TV Stick 4K Max with a Luna Controller for $99.00, allowing you to play games from Amazon's cloud gaming service, Luna.
And if you need a router, Amazon will allow you to bundle your new Fire TV Stick with an Eero 6 mesh Router for $189. The router covers up to 3,000 square feet with Wi-Fi speeds up to 500Mbps.