Amazon has revised its Fire TV Stick and now offers streaming help with a new remote control. This provides buttons for quick access to Prime Video, Netflix, Disney + and Amazon Music. The new remote control is also offered individually if you want to retrofit the existing HDMI dongle with it. However, a delivery time of 6 to 8 weeks is specified for the individual offer. The complete set will be there within the next few days via Prime delivery. This link takes you directly to the new offer.
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New, practical Amazon Fire TV Stick remote control
For €39,99 you get the 3rd generation Fire TV Stick in the 2021 version with 1080p Full HD streaming, Dolby Atmos Audio output, HDR, HDR10+ and HLG support, and 8GB of storage for app downloads. Since yesterday, a corresponding offer has included the revised remote control, which has special buttons for quickly calling up individual streaming services. Apple tv+, Joyn and so on are unfortunately not included. With Prime Video and Amazon Music, the manufacturer's offers are equipped with buttons. Netflix and Disney+ can also be controlled directly.
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My experience with the Fire TV Stick for HDMI TVs
Personally, I use a Fire TV Stick from Amazon to bring both classic linear TV channels and streaming offers to the TV. Since I don't have a cable or satellite connection, I use Joyn to watch TV. I also installed Netflix, Prime Video, Apple tv +, YouTube and the like on the small HDMI dongle. Netflix and YouTube also ran as apps on the television that I use. But with each update, the apps became slower and more error-prone; YouTube also never remembered the login. The Fire TV Stick was a cheap and resource-saving alternative to a new television. I am very satisfied with that.
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