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Amazon Spring Sale: Fire TV Sticks see SWEET reductions

Secure a top quality media streamer for less with these Fire TV stick deals, available as part of the Amazon Spring Sale

A nicely kitted-out TV streamer, the Fire TV Stick (3rd Gen) offers HD streaming, support for a range of HDR formats and a slick UI, all at a reasonable price. Now even better, the streaming stick is reduced in the Amazon Spring Sale. Ordinarily selling for £40, the Fire TV stick is currently just £35.

Also seeing similar reductions are its cheaper sibling, the Fire TV Stick Lite, which is available for £30, as well as upgraded models, with the Fire TV Stick 4K down from £50 to £40, and the Fire TV Stick 4K Max falling from £55 to £48. Outside of streaming stick,If you’re looking for a more serious upgrade to your set-up, Amazon’s recently released flagship television, the Fire TV Omni QLED, is currently available for pre-order at a hugely reduced price.

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If you need help picking the right option for you, you can read our best Fire TV Stick to see how the different models stack up against each other. To take you through it briefly, the standard model, the Fire TV Stick (3rd Gen), supports media streaming at up to 60fps in full 1080p HD, as well as an array of HDR formats, including HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG. The Fire TV Stick also supports advanced audio formats Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital. Tech specs aside, the stick gives users access to the slick, simple to navigate Fire TV UI, all the standard Fire TV apps, as well as an Alexa voice remote, with the latest iteration of the remote allowing you to control your TVs power and volume settings from the remote itself.

The Fire TV Stick Lite is cheaper than the Fire TV Stick proper, and carries over much of the same specs and abilities, with the main differences being its less fully fledged Dolby Atmos support and its lack of power and volume buttons on its Alexa voice remote.

Taking things up a notch, the Fire TV Stick 4K, as its name would suggest, allows users to stream in Ultra HD on compatible TVs. Differentiating it further from the standard model are its support for Dolby Vision HDR and its upgraded Wi-Fi “antenna technology,” which aims to ensure smooth playback of 4K streaming content.

Finally, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max adds a few luxury touches to the top of the line, including all of the features and abilities mentioned above alongside Wi-Fi 6 compatibility, an upgraded processor and GPU and the ability to view picture-in-picture feeds from devices such as your home security cameras.

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To see the full range of our favourite media streamers, you can check out our best streaming stick page. To stay up to date on all the best deals and offers available as part of the Amazon Spring Sale, be sure to check out our Amazon Spring Sale hub, as well as our best Amazon deals round-up.

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