In 2017, the Fire TV Cube was first introduced. Amazon didn’t have any streaming sticks back then. The Fire TV Cube is the only streaming Fire TV device that is required. Without making any changes to the Cube, Amazon has since released four new Fire TV Stick variants. Up until now, that is.

Aside from some fabric on the surface, the new Fire TV Cube that Amazon unveiled today looks largely the same but has several internal improvements.

After being out of date for five years, the Fire TV Cube is speedier, as was to be expected. Thanks to a new octa-core 2.0GHz processor, Amazon boasts that it is now 20% more powerful than the previous model. As a result, this will result in speedier app launches and the most fluid Fire TV experience overall.

Advertisement On the back, it has two HDMI ports as well. Has both an HDMI in and HDMI out port. So that you may connect compatible cable boxes, Blu-ray players, and other devices to your entertainment system. Customers will now be able to ask Alexa to turn on ESPN on cable by saying so. removing the requirement to switch outputs.

The Fire TV Cube now has Super Resolution Upscaling, which is new this year. Therefore, video that isn’t offered in 4K will be upscaled for better clarity, contrast, and detail.

You can pre-order the Fire TV Cube today for the price of $139.99. That is ten dollars more than the first Fire TV Cube.
Announcement Amazon Fire TV Cube – Amazon

THE NEW ALEXA VOICE REMOTE PRO IS HERE Who dared to imagine that we would ever receive a “Pro” remote? However, here we are. According to Amazon, this is a “premium remote” designed to let users stream more content while spending less time looking for the remote. This will add the Remote Finder feature, which will make it easier for users to locate the remote. Simply ask Alexa to “locate my remote” to hear the built-in speaker of the remote play a sound.

Additionally, two additional customisable buttons make it simpler to access your preferred content and Alexa requests. These buttons can be customized to provide you one-touch access to your favorite applications, channels, and Alexa features.

Advertisement You can pre-order the Amazon Alexa Voice Remote Pro right now for $34.99.


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