The Amazon Fire TV Stick is one of the more popular and well-known entertainment devices on the market. The Amazon Fire TV Stick puts all of your streaming and video services together in one place so you can browse and watch easily. All you have to do its plug the stick into the HDMI port of your TV, attach the micro USB power cord, and connect it to your Wi-Fi. Once you sync your accounts, you can start watching. The Fire TV Stick has apps for Netflix, Hulu, STARZ, Showtime, CBS, HBO, and more, so no matter what service you use you can put it up on your TV.

The newest Amazon Fire Stick is capable of 4k streaming and Ultra HD resolution. The 1.7 GHz quad-core processor can render video at 60 fps and is optimized for use with most imaging technologies such as Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG, and HDR10+. With over 500,000 titles to choose from and thousands of 4k and HDR titles, you will never run out of things to watch. Of course, in order to watch 4k Ultra HD video, you must have a 4k TV.

The simple remote and intuitive interface makes searching browsing and saving favorite titles easy. The new Alexa voice remote lets you search and play content with voice commands. The remote can also handle certain functions like power and volume of a range of compatible IR-enabled devices, including TVs, soundbars, and A/V receivers.

You can also use the Fire TV Stick to play music, live radio stations, and podcasts. Link up your Apple Music, iHeartRadio, or Spotify accounts and you can access all your personal libraries. The newest model includes in-home functionality as well. You can link up your Fire TV Stick to watch security cameras, control lights, check your thermostat, and interact with many other smart-home devices. You can even use it to browse the internet. 8 GB of storage lets you store more apps and games. If you have an Amazon Prime account, free cloud storage is available for digital content purchased from Amazon. It also comes with a free 1-year limited warranty, so no worries if it breaks or if it doesn’t impress you.