Meanwhile, the latest-generation Fire TV, which supports 4K and HDR10, is now just $49.99, down from $69.99.
In the market for a new media streamer? Amazon is running some sweet deals you might want to check out.
As part of a limited-time sale, the Web giant is currently offering its Fire TV Stick, which includes an Alexa voice remote, for $29.99, down from $39.99. Meanwhile, the latest-generation Fire TV, which supports 4K and HDR10, is now just $49.99, down from $69.99.
There’s no word as to when these deals expire, so don’t wait too long to mull it over or the price may go up.
Both the 2017 Fire TV and the even more affordable Fire TV Stick earned “excellent” ratings in PCMag’s reviews, and nabbed our coveted Editors’ Choice awards.
“It lacks a few of the tricks in Roku’s bag, like an IR emitter in its remote to control your TV, as well as support for Dolby Vision,” we wrote of the Fire TV. “But 4K resolution with HDR10 and the power of Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant makes it the best media streamer available at this price, and our Editors’ Choice.”
These devices support most major streaming services including Amazon Video, Hulu, Netflix, HBO Now, Sling TV, and PlayStation Vue. Google last year pulled its official YouTube app from Amazon’s Fire TV and Echo Show devices over the online retailer’s refusal to carry some of its products, but you can still access YouTube on Amazon’s media streamers via their newly added Web browsers.
“YouTube and millions of other websites are accessible by using a web browser like Firefox or Silk on Fire TV,” Amazon told PCMag in December.