Meet the Amazon Fire TV. Looks familiar, doesn't it? Sure, it's identical to its predecessor. But inside you'll find souped up hardware, and the ability to stream 4K video, for $99.99, or £79.99 in the UK. Amazon hasn't mentioned pricing or
availability in Australia, but that works out to about. AU$139.
Amazon claims that the new Fire TV's 64-bit, quad-core CPU will
serve up 75% more processing power than its predecessor. A microSD card slot with support for up to 128GB cards eases the pain of the meager 8GB of onboard storage, and you'll find Bluetooth, 802.11ac Wi-Fi,
and Dolby Audio.
On to the Fire Stick, with Voice Remote. Added voice controls give you something like the Fire TV experience in a much smaller, portable package. It costs 49.99 in the US, and £45.99 in the UK (about AU$70)