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You can stop racking your brain for the perfect holiday gift for people in your life who are hard to shop for. Amazon just dropped a brand new Fire TV Stick, and unsurprisingly, it has so many amazing features that it’s perfect for practically anyone.
Fire TV Stick 4K Max, $54.99
The new Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is now available on the brand's website for $54.99. In true Amazon fashion, this Fire TV Stick is better than all the others that have preceded it.
First, there’s the fact that it’s Wi-Fi 6 compatible. That means you’ll experience smoother streams with fewer interruptions or loading delays.
There’s also the fact that the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is “40% more powerful” than the previous version. Use it and you’ll notice that the apps start up faster, and it’s easier to transition from one screen to the next.
Still need more? You’ll have access to more than one million movies and TV shows, thanks to integrations with Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Peacock and more. You can even use the Fire TV Stick to watch live TV if you have accounts with Sling TV, YouTube TV or others.
If that still isn’t convincing enough, get this: you can connect the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max to your other Amazon smart devices and use it to do things like check the feed from a front door camera while you’re watching television or a movie. Next-level cool, right?
You’re probably thinking, “forget giving this new Fire TV Stick as a gift, I want it for myself.” That’s understandable because it is pretty sweet. So go ahead and buy one for you and one for a friend while they’re available and ready to ship ASAP.
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