Amazon’s Fire TV video streaming devices are extremely popular to a lot of cord-cutters.
Amazon’s media streamers allow people to access a huge variety of streaming content from official platforms such as Hulu, YouTube, Netflix, ESPN, and Amazon Prime Video. These apps are readily available for download and installation via the Amazon App Store.
Amazon streaming devices give users the ability to interact with the virtual assistant AI – Alexa, which makes voice control very easy, like saying “Alexa, open Amazon Prime Video”.
But did you know that Amazon Streaming devices can also allow you to watch content for free? Yes, you heard that right. You can stream for free by Jailbreaking your Amazon Device and installing the Downloader App. These processes will allow you to unlock your device’s full potential.
Which Fire TV device is perfect for you? There are several devices, each one has a different design, features, and price.
This article will take an in-depth look at Amazon Streaming Devices: FireStick Lite, FireStick, FireStick 4k, and the Fire TV Cube and their Speed, Performance, Video Quality & Resolution, Storage, Audio Support, Remote Controller Support, Pricing, Value for Money, as well as Alexa Integration & Voice Support.
FIRESTICK COMPARISON TABLE
Alexa Voice Remote Lite (No TV Controls)
Alexa Voice Remote (Has TV Controls)
Alexa Voice Remote (Has TV Controls)
Alexa Voice Remote (Has TV Controls)
Quad-Core 1.7 GHz
Hexa-core (Quad-core at up to 2.2GHz + Dual-core at up to 1.9GHz)
1080p Full HD (HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG)
1080p Full HD (HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG)
UP TO 4K ULTRA HD WITH SUPPORT FOR HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, DOLBY VISION
UP TO 4K ULTRA HD WITH SUPPORT FOR HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, DOLBY VISION
Dolby Audio via pass-through HDMI
The Amazon FireStick Lite is a USB-sized device that you plug into your TV’s spare HDMI port. It used to be $30, now you can grab one for $17.99. It offers tons of features, which include the dedicated voice remote that allows Alexa voice assistant integration. This Fire Stick variant also has dozens of supported streaming platforms among its tons of available applications.
The FireStick Lite remote has not physically changed since Amazon’s first Fire Stick and it doesn’t feel as much as the new Google TV remote or the Roku remote. Amazon’s clicker also has no shortcuts to Netflix or YouTube, but it does come along with a new live TV button.
Firestick Lite Features
- The most affordable FireStick device
- Allows you to enjoy fast streaming in Full HD
- It comes along with Alexa Voice Remote Lite
- Allows you to use your voice to easily search and open media content across numerous apps
- Tons of channels, Alexa skills, and applications – Including YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, HBO Max, and Disney+.
- More than 500,000 movies and TV shows – With lots of entertainment content included in the Prime membership
- Lets you watch live TV, sports, and news with subscriptions to YouTube TV, SLING TV, and many more
- Free TV – Allows you to access more than 20,000 free movies and television shows from applications like Tubi, IMDb TV, Pluto TV, and many more.
- Listen to music – lets you stream on Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, and many more
- Easy to set up – plugin behind the TV’s HDMI port, turn on the television, and connect to the web to get set up
Easy To Use
Using the FireStick Lite remote is straightforward, and the Alexa microphone button is very responsive. You might want the remote to have a mute button to use during the autoplay videos that come along with the tiles on the FireStick Lite home page.
Nonetheless, you’ll find a navigational menu at the top of the FireStick Lite’s home screen with sections for Home, Search, Your Videos, Live, Movies, TV Shows, Free, Apps, & Settings. The FireStick Lite works well with nearly all streaming platforms out there. It allows you to download Disney Plus, Netflix, Sling, Hulu, ESPN, Pluto, PBS, CBS All Access, Spotify, Philo, Fubo, Peloton, Starz, Tubi, and a lot more.
Fire Stick Lite Processor
The FireStick Lite, just like the FireStick 2020, is powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor. That makes both Amazon devices 50% more powerful compared to the second-generation Fire Stick while utilizing 50% less power. Another notable upgrade for FireStick Lite and FireStick 2020 devices is the dual-antenna WiFi that supports 5GHz networks. The Lite variant has dual-antenna Wi-Fi for much faster streaming and lesser dropped connections compared to standard Wi-Fi. The Fire TV Stick Lite supports 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi networks.
Navigation through the Lite’s menus is speedy and most applications open in a couple of seconds. The FireStick Lite allows you to stream up to 1080p (at 60 fps) and high-dynamic-range (HDR) formats.
Amazon’s Cheapest HD Streaming Device
The FireStick Lite works well with other Amazon devices and it is very easy to sync up the video player with other Alexa-enabled gadgets such as Ring doorbell or Echo Dot. At $17.99, it is the cheapest High Definition (HD) streaming gadget on the market. The Fire TV Stick Lite is an amazing budget streamer for your kids, your guest bedroom, or your home’s other space with a screen.
Amazon’s entry-level media streaming device is new but it sits underneath the company’s main Fire Stick. The Fire TV Stick Lite supports Full High Definition (HD) and has enhanced performance compared to the older 2019 model of the main Fire TV Stick thanks to much better hardware. Nonetheless, the Lite variant has no Dolby Atmos support.
The main difference is that the Fire TV Stick Lite has a less powerful remote control, dubbed as the Alexa Voice Remote Lite. It has no mute or volume buttons.
FireStick (2020 Model)
The Amazon Fire Stick is one of the most highly-recommended entertainment streaming devices and one of the best media content streaming kits you can currently purchase. Wherein, if you’ve been searching for a new streaming alternative you may have come across the Amazon Fire Stick before. Why is the Amazon Fire Stick such a hit? It’s because it combines Alexa’s smart voice-powered features with the top streaming platforms available today.
Amazon claimed that the Fire TV Stick (2020 model) is 50% more efficient and 50% faster than its predecessor. The Fire TV Stick 2020’s remote has buttons for power, mute, and volume, allowing users to control those functions on their TV and could get rid of the TV remote. The remote buttons are the only key difference between the FireStick Lite ($17.99) and the Fire TV Stick 2020 model ($29.99), thus you are basically paying an extra $10 for television control.
Fire Stick (2020) Huge Advantage
The big advantage of Amazon’s Fire Stick (2020) is the device’s all-new processor. While streaming media content has never been a problem, the previous Fire Stick generation gets old with its laggy user interface.
The Fire Stick 2020 edition’s faster processor ditches all the stumbles in the graphically intensive user interface and makes everything smooth. Nonetheless, streaming in the Fire Stick 2020 varian is still capped at 1080p. Thus, you’ll have to purchase Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K if you want Ultra HD streaming.
- Enhanced performance
- Dolby Atmos & HDR support
- Fully-featured Alexa remote
- requires external power on some Televisions
- No Google Play Movies & Now TV
A Worthwhile Purchase for $29.99
With the existence of the low-priced FireStick Lite ($17.99) and the more capable FireStick 4K ($39.99), the $29.99 Fire Stick (2020) is the middle child, and both of the other Fire Stick devices are better options overall. The TV control of the Fire Stick (2020) is nice, and it offers a lot for your $29.99, which includes Echo devices integration, a fine apps selection, and a slick user interface.
The Fire TV Stick works with nearly all streaming platforms out there. The Fire TV Stick allows you to download apps like Disney Plus, Netflix, Spotify, Sling, ESPN, Hulu, Fubo, CBS All Access, Starz, Philo, Tubi, PBS, Peloton, and a lot more.
The Fire TV Stick (2020 edition) is a step up from its predecessor. It is more in line with the high-priced Fire Stick 4K. It comes along with an upgraded 1.7GHz quad-core Mediatek CPU, which Amazon claims the device is more powerful and more power-efficient compared to the previous generation model. The Fire TV Stick 2020 adds support for Bluetooth 5.0, HDCP 2.2, Dolby Atmos audio, along with the support for HDR10, HDR10+ & HLG standards. The streaming device has 1GB of RAM.
If you’ve used the previous Fire Stick generation before, then nothing about setting up the Fire TV Stick 2020 is going to surprise you. Plugin the FireStick 2020 into the available HDMI port on the TV. You can plug the stick either directly or via a bundled HDMI extender which can be used if the stick conceals other HDMI ports or will not fit into the back of the TV.
Functions on non-smart TV
The Fire TV Stick second-gen is a full-HD streaming gadget. If you have an older smart television that is not receiving updates and is not compatible with new applications, you can plug the Fire TV Stick 2020 into the HDMI port and the device will add smart and streaming capabilities update to the television- this also works even on a non-smart TV. The Fire TV Stick is a good way to access full-fledged smart technology without having to get rid of your TV.
Supports Major Apps & Platforms
The Amazon Fire TV Stick (2020 variant) is a standalone media streaming device. The device is powered by the Mediatek MTk8695 processor and runs Amazon’s Fire OS 7 operating system. All major applications and platforms are supported on Amazon’s Fire operating system, which includes Disney+ Hotstar, YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon’s Prime Video. Also, Amazon’s Fire operating system supports Apple TV apps.
You can see notable upgrades of the Fire TV Stick 2020 over the previous HD Fire TV Stick model, even though the predecessor was launched in 2019.
- The Fire TV Stick 2020 comes along with a high dynamic range (HDR), which means you’ll get enhanced color and contrast in High Definition (HD) images, with a lot of nuanced tones and a huge spectrum of dark & light shades. The Fire TV Stick 2020 allows you to do the basic HDR10 format and HDR10+’s dynamic HDR delights.
- While the FireStick 2019 version supports 30fps playback, the 2020 model pushes it up to 60fps, given that most new 4K resolution televisions come along with a 60fps panel.
- The FireStick 2020 model provides a picture-in-picture mode, which means users can load up more than one application on their Fire TV Stick interface for dual streaming, or if you have an Amazon Fire tablet, you can utilize it as a second screen.
The FireStick 4K is the third generation of the popular streaming devices of Amazon. The huge difference between the FireStick 4K and the sticks that came before is that the 4K model has been updated to support 4K resolution streaming.
The Amazon FireStick 4K resembles the second-gen FireStick in numerous ways. It comes along with a 1.7GHz quad-core processor and an 802.11ac Wi-Fi chip.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is also available with the built-in Alexa virtual assistant AI. It has a wide range of entertainment content to choose from the numerous apps on offer.
Amazon FireStick 4K Features
- The most powerful 4K resolution streaming media device that comes along with a new Wi-Fi antenna design optimized for 4K resolution Ultra High Definition streaming.
- Open and control all your movies and TV shows with the new Alexa Voice Remote. It has new power, mute, and volume buttons to control the TV, receiver, and soundbar.
- Allows you to enjoy the brilliant image and mesmerizing sound with access to Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, and HDR10+.
- Select from numerous movies and TV shows. Watch media content from Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, STARZ, Hulu, CBS All Access, and a lot more.
- Acquire tons of channels, Alexa skills, and applications, plus numerous websites such as Facebook, Reddit, and YouTube.
- Alexa on Fire TV Stick 4K offers the most comprehensive voice experience compared to any video streaming device – dim the lights, stream music, view live camera feeds, and check the weather.
- Amazon Prime subscribers get unlimited access to tons of movies and TV shows, plus advertisement-free listening to Prime Music’s numerous songs.
- Supports all HDR formats
- Amazing performance
- Zippy navigation
- Dolby Atmos
- Impressive 4K HDR quality
- Tons of great applications
- Enhanced remote
- Big & awkward for a stick
- Amazon-heavy interface
- Limited 4K HDR film selection
- Requires inconvenient power
Easy To Setup
Setting up the FireStick 4K is straightforward, and it functions just like setting up other Fire Stick devices. Plug the FireStick 4K into your TV, plug the stick’s power adapter, then follow the procedures on your TV to link the streaming device to Wi-Fi. From there, log in with your Amazon account and you’re all set.
Using the Fire TV Stick 4K doesn’t require you to have a premium Amazon Prime account – a free Amazon account will do. However, if you have a paid Amazon Prime account, you’ll be able to access streaming media via Prime Video & Prime Music.
One pretty thing about the Fire Stick 4K for Amazon enthusiasts is that all of their Amazon media content comes along for the ride. Users can watch all of their purchased movies & TV shows, control smart-home devices via Alexa, listen to Amazon Music, and the system even read Kindle books.
Design & Voice Remote
The FireStick 4K appears to be slightly larger compared to the standard FireStick, it measures 3.9 by 1.2 by 0.6 inches (Height, Width, Depth). The FireStick 4K is a matte black rectangular bar. It has a male HDMI socket on one end and a micro USB connector on the other side. If the FireStick 4K is slightly too large to fit in your TV’s port, a flexible HDMI extender allows you to reposition the device at a different angle.
The Alexa Voice Remote has been updated by Amazon with some new features. The Fire TV Stick 4K remote is a rectangular stick with a circular navigation pad and a microphone at the top for using the virtual assistant AI. It contains playback & menu controls, as well as power & volume buttons. Nonetheless, the Fire TV Stick 4K remote can directly control the power and volume of your TV, allowing you to jump directly into watching media content without picking up the TV’s remote.
4K Streaming & Performance
The biggest feature of the Fire Stick 4K is right on its name. The Fire TV Stick 4K can stream 4K resolution media content. Particularly, the FireStick 4K allows you to stream ultra high definition (UHD) or 4K resolution video. This makes the Fire TV Stick 4K even more capable compared to the previous Fire TV Stick model.
With regard to hardware, the 4K streaming media stick utilizes a quad-core 1.7GHz CPU coupled with 8GB of memory. It contains MIMO 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi along with Bluetooth 5.0 with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The Wi-Fi specifications are essential because unlike the much bigger Fire TV it has no Ethernet adapter (although you can acquire a $15 optional adapter).
Channels You Get With The FireStick 4K
Like most video streaming devices, the Fire Stick 4K doesn’t come with TV channels. You must download apps, purchase an antenna, or source the media content you want to stream. Even Prime Video needs an Amazon Prime account, which costs $12.99 a month after a 30-day free trial.
Difference between the original FireStick and the FireStick 4K
While the Fire TV Stick (2020 regular model) only supports Dolby Audio and can stream up to 1080p picture quality, the FireStick 4K variant supports Dolby Atmos and allows you to stream up to 4K Ultra-HD picture quality. Wherein, the movies or videos are sharper and a lot more vivid, and the audio quality is more immersive. Also, the Fire TV Stick 4K is a lot faster and gives a smoother streaming experience.
Fire TV Cube
Fire TV Cube is Amazon’s upgrade to its original Fire TV video streaming device, and it is the bigger, squarer brother of the Fire TV Stick. Amazon’s Fire TV Cube is one of the feature-rich & most futuristic video streaming devices, and it is the first to challenge the digital media player, Roku.
Fire TV Cube is one of Amazon’s smart TV gadgets and is the company’s most elaborate and high-priced device. The Fire TV Cube is Amazon’s only device to have a fully built-in Alexa, which allows users to control other smart devices, check the weather, set timers, and be able to switch TV channels, TV shows and turn the TV off.
Fire TV Cube Key features:
- Streams 4K Ultra High Definition (HD) content
- Support for HDR, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision
- In-built intelligent assistant Alexa, allowing you to control your smart speakers, TV, and other Alexa-enabled devices like thermostat or lights
- Amazon Photos application allows users to show their photos on the big screen
- Applications available include Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hayu, Disney+, Apple TV, and BBC iPlayer
Unlike the FireStick, the Fire TV Cube is created to be noticed, boasting a more imposing presence compared to the flat Ultra box of Roku. However, like Roku, the TV Cube is an awesome streaming device that provides fantastic audio, video, and tons of popular applications. It is not overly skewed in the direction of Amazon Prime Video. The Fire TV Cube is more brand-neutral in its recommendations as well as searches compared to the Fire Stick.
- Fire TV Cube’s design is discreet but still sleek
- Very responsive to voice commands
- Great choice of applications & TV channels
- Good streaming quality
- Voice control makes it straightforward to navigate
- No HDMI cable
- The Fire TV Cube’s homepage is very Amazon heavy
- Loud background noise that disrupts Alexa
Amazon Fire TV Cube specs
- Audio: Dolby Atmos, 7.1 + 5.1 surround sound; standard 2.0 stereo
- Video: 1080p, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, HDR 10
- Wi-Fi: Dual-band/dual-antenna 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- 16GB storage (internal)
- Remote: Alexa Voice Remote
- Fire TV application (download)
Amazon Fire TV Cube setup
Connecting the Fire TV Cube directly to the smart TV is very easy and almost totally automatic – particularly if you have a newer smart television. Older TVs may need extra minutes and instructions for system recognition. If you purchased the Fire TV Cube from Amazon, the device will even already be signed in to your Amazon Prime account.
From there, the setup wizard of the Fire TV Cube will walk you through the steps for syncing components up. One essential step is to remind you to enable other devices’ HDMI consumer electronics control (CEC). Tons of newer devices are CEC-compatible, make sure to check it first.
As with setting up any device, it is recommended to use the AC adapter of the Fire TV Cube rather than running from the USB power of your TV, which turns the TV on & off. Also, you must direct the Ethernet cable’s internet connection to Wi-Fi.
Fire TV Cube Included equipment
- Fire TV Cube
- Alexa Voice Remote
- Quick Start Guide
- AC power adaptor
- USB power cable
- Ethernet adaptor
- IR extender cable
- 2 AAA batteries
- Wi-Fi network / Ethernet internet port
- TV with HDMI port
Amazon Fire TV Cube applications
Live Streaming & on-demand TV channels & platforms
With a couple of exceptions, the Cube provides almost every TV application that the other video streaming devices do, which include YouTube & live streaming YouTube TV.
The Prime Video is also encouraged, but less aggressively compared to the Fire Stick.
You can also enjoy streaming Live TV for Free by following these tutorials:
Install Airy TV on Fire Devices, How to Download Locast on Fire TV, and Watch Live TV for Free.
Fire TV Cube TV & video apps
- Prime Video
- Showtime Anytime
- HBO NOW
- FOX Sports
- NBC Sports
- CBS Sports
- Sling TV
- YouTube TV
- AT&T TV Now
- AT&T WatchTV
- Hulu + Live TV
- Pluto TV
Other streaming apps
The Fire TV Cube also supports numerous music, gaming, and entertainment apps. You can install these apps by reading this:
Best Firestick Apps.
With regard to gaming, it is recommended getting another gaming controller as the included TV remote control is not going to cut it.
Fire TV Cube entertainment apps
- Crossy Road
- Crazy Taxi
- Final Fantasy VI
- PBA Bowling Challenge
- Lego DC Mighty Micros
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
- Castle of Illusion
- Sega Classics
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
- Sirius XM
- Poker Championship
- Amazon Music
- NPR One
Fire TV Cube Release date & price
The Amazon Fire TV Cube used to be $119.99 but now you can grab yours for $99.99. Amazon launched the streaming device in October 2019. The previous model is available for around $99 in the United States, but it is expected to fade out after stock runs out.
Putting the Amazon Fire TV Cube price in comparison with other video streaming boxes, the Roku Ultra will run you about $99 while the Apple TV 4K is about $179.
If you want a cheaper streaming device, you can always purchase the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with the Alexa Remote included which is available for $39.99. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is not always listening like the Fire TV Cube, but it still provides 4K HDR streaming along with a new remote. Nonetheless, both choices are great.
In terms of performance, the Amazon Fire TV Cube streaming device has always been rock-solid. The new version of the Fire TV Cube comes along with several upgrades that make the device even faster.
For instance, the first Fire TV Cube model utilized a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 1.5GHz CPU, Amlogic S905Z SoC, and Mali-450 MP3 GPU to produce impressive visuals and will have a fast loading time, but the new Fire TV Cube has upgraded that to an ultra-powerful Hexa-core processor that can run 4K Ultra HD and Dolby Vision media content at up to 60fps.
Unlike any of the Amazon FireStick devices, you can voice activate the Fire TV Cube without pressing a button. And aside from turning on and off the TV, pausing television shows, and turning the volume up, the Fire TV Cube can also be utilized as a more typical smart speaker to set timers, answer questions about the weather, and control other smart gadgets.
Fire TV Stick Alternatives
Two of Fire Stick’s closest alternatives or competitors are the Roku Express and the Chromecast with Google TV.
The Chromecast with Google TV provides tight integration with the content ecosystem of Google and it has the ability to cast videos & images from your Android-powered phone. If you have a Google Nest Hub (control all your smart devices) or a Nest Audio (premium smart speaker), you can add the Google Chromecast to a speaker group or even get the streaming device to play content utilizing your voice. The Google Chromecast contains much of the same media content catalog with one main exclusion – the Apple TV support.
Google Chromecast features:
- 4K / HDR support with Dolby Vision
- Built-in Google Assistant
- Comes with a remote
- Good selection of apps
- Google Assistant is handy
- Compatible with many apps and services
- Fantastic interface
- Combines nearly every streaming service into one
- Allows for standard casting
- Audio Formats: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Atmos (pass-through)
- Connectivity: HDMI out, Bluetooth, 802.11ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) Wi-Fi, USB-C for power
Meanwhile, the streaming device from Roku (Roku Express) is less regarding services & ecosystem products integration, but more on providing a spot for all video streaming platforms. Roku claims support for more than 3,000 media content sources, which includes Disney Plus, Apple TV, and a lot more.
Roku Express Features:
- Easy-to-use with a straightforward setup
- With High-Speed HDMI Cable
- Stream free TV, sports, live news, music, movies, and a lot more
- Cast videos, music, and photos to your TV
- Simple remote with TV channel shortcut buttons
The Fire Stick (2020 variant) also competes against other Fire Stick variants in Amazon’s portfolio, which includes the Fire Stick Lite, which is about the same with regards to capabilities, which includes HDR video playback. Nonetheless, the Alexa Voice remote of the Fire Stick Lite is available without full HDMI CEC control and can’t ditch the TV remote.
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- Once you open your Firestick, click once to the left to gain access to the search button.
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- Select IPVANISH
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- After the download finished, click on Install
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1. Click Home on your remote and scroll once to your left. It will be the search icon.
2. You can either say IPVanish to your Alexa’s voice-enabled remote or start typing it. If you typed it, click on the suggestion when it appears.
3. Click on the IPVanish icon.
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6. Wait to install.
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If you are on a tight budget, we highly suggest the Firestick Lite. It may lack certain features compared to its predecessors but, if you are a plain joe and just wants to stream for free, then it is the device for you. Nonetheless, for a slightly enhanced streaming experience and volume controls on the remote, you may opt for the Fire Stick 2020 variant.
If you want the best of the best streaming experience, and you have an Ultra HD TV, you should pick the Fire Stick 4K variant. But if you only have an HD TV, the Fire Stick Lite and Fire Stick (2020) will satisfy.
The premium option is the Fire TV Cube. You’ll pay an extra amount, but as Amazon baked an Amazon Echo smart speaker into the device, it makes it a worthwhile purchase for you.
Amazon’s breed of Fire TV streaming devices are very popular. These Fire TV media streamers give you access to a wide range of free and subscription entertainment content from platforms such as Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, ESPN, and Amazon Prime Video.
Which Amazon Fire TV Stick is the best? The best Fire TV streaming device is the FireStick 4K variant with Alexa Voice Remote. The FireStick 4K contains all of the specifications of higher-end streaming devices – up for grabs at an attractive price and a modest size. The Fire Stick Lite or Fire Stick (2020 variant) are also good options, but their prices are so close to the 4K model. The 4K variant makes more sense if you have, or plan to purchase a 4K enabled television. Meanwhile, the Fire TV Cube isn’t for everyone. It is expensive and it’s not ideal for traveling.
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