Amazon's Peter Larsen announces Fire TV

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Quad-core processor and dedicated GPU

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2GB of RAM

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More powerful, still small

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Bluetooth remote

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Navigation

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Big pictures

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Lots of apps (no HBO Go, though)

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Buy videos direct

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Amazon original programming

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Voice search

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Search by actors, categories, and more

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Mic built into the remote

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Amazon Cloud for Photos access

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Second screen IMDb overlays

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Lyrics for music

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FreeTime Unlimited for kids

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Amazon Games

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Wireless controller for games: $39.99

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Minecraft

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Average game price: $1.85

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Another view of the controller

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$99, shipping now

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