Amazon Fire TV

May 5, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Massive selection – Thousands of TV episodes and movies, millions of songs and over a hundred games. Free 30-day Prime trial – Enjoy unlimited streaming of thousands of popular movies and TV shows from Britain’s largest subscription streaming service. Voice search that actually works – Simply say the name of what you want

Buy Now! £79.00Amazon.co.uk Price
(as of December 5, 2018 4:10 pm UTC - Details)

Product Features

  • Massive selection – Thousands of TV episodes and movies, millions of songs and over a hundred games.
  • Free 30-day Prime trial – Enjoy unlimited streaming of thousands of popular movies and TV shows from Britain’s largest subscription streaming service.
  • Voice search that actually works – Simply say the name of what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds
  • Tiny box, huge specs – Fast quad-core processor, 2 GB of memory, dedicated GPU, expandable USB storage for apps and games, plus support for up to 1080p HD video and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound
  • Easy to set up and use – Pre-registered to your Amazon account so you can enjoy favourite titles and personalised recommendations
  • Instant streaming – Exclusive new feature ASAP predicts what movies and TV episodes you’ll want to watch and buffers them for playback before you hit play
  • Great for gaming, too – Play blockbuster titles like Minecraft-Pocket Edition, The Walking Dead and Monsters University, plus free games and Amazon exclusives. Paid games start from just £0.59.
  • Access to thousands of TV episodes and movies, millions of songs and hundreds of games
  • With voice search, simply say the name of what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds
  • Fast quad-core processor, 2 GB of memory, dedicated GPU, plus 1080p HD video and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound
  • Play blockbuster games including Minecraft, The Walking Dead, Monster’s University and more, plus Amazon exclusives

Comments

T Randhawa says:

A superb box of tricks for streaming video content To give some context before I delve into the Amazon Fire TV, I have been using streaming devices ever since the original Xbox on which I installed XBMC. I have a large collection of media on a PC which I use to stream to our main TV. Since the original Xbox I have used a variety of devices to stream media including Apple TV, more recent consoles and the Google Chromecast.*** SET UP ***The Amazon Fire TV includes the unit itself, along with a power adaptor, 2 x AAA batteries and a remote control. Before you can use this though, you will also need to purchase a HDMI cable (Amazon has these for around £5). You may also need to buy an optical cable, depending on your setup (more on that later). Setup was a cinch, plug the unit into your power supply, connect your Ethernet cable (if you want a wired connection) and connect the HDMI cable to your television.It was nice to see that each Fire TV comes pre-configured for your Amazon account, so there’s no…

A Javaid says:

Amazon Fire TV benefits – a detailed overview Here is an overview of the scope of services as well as my personal assessment of Amazons new streaming box “Fire TV”, which has been available since Sept/Oct 2014 now in the UK.My situation: I’m an Amazon Prime customer – but no prime-enabled Smart TV. I ordered the Fire TV on the basis that I was curious whether the streaming ability in conjunction with my already slightly elderly living room LCD TV from Sony (built in 2009) was possible and whether the total package really in practice carried the promised “added value.”Delivery: In addition to the actual Fire TV in the appropriate amazon packaging, it contained an accompanying remote control including required batteries containing (2x AAA), a power cord (power cable to power supply) for the power supply and a printed Quick Start Guide.Aesthetics/Design: The easiest way to probably describe the overall appearance would be to use the simple term “simple”. An inconspicuous square black box that…

Robert Millward says:

Bad reviews of this product Irk me a great deal After using various streamers over the years, including so called next gen droid boxes and of course a mini pc. All I can say is im SOLD on this.I run Sky HD and as i’m sure you are aware it is and never will be true HD. This so called service costs me 80 pounds per month for all packages, for a sub par viewing system.Now moving onto the Fire TV, you will upon boot up, exclaim “whoah check out that picture”, well at least my wife did! It is so clean and crisp.I have seen lots of negative reviews about Prime, now for 6 pounds a month you can look at > 15k film and tv shows, that 10 percent the cost of sky. Why moan?Now add a net flix account and for less than a weekly take out, you have access to more media that you can look at in a life time!Missed a terrestrial TV show? use the APPS that Amazon provide.Cant see your local Data? Buy Plex at 1.99 and play way.Want to see the latest shows? Side load a certain program and hey presto every single…

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