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Amazon Fire TV

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  • Amazon Fire TV is a tiny box you connect to your HDTV. It's the easiest way to enjoy over 250,000 TV episodes and movies on Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and HBO NOW, plus games, music, and more.
  • With voice search, simply say the name of what you want to watch and start enjoying in seconds
  • 2 GB of memory, dedicated GPU, 1080p HD video, Dolby Audio surround sound, and Android-based Fire OS
  • Fast quad-core processor and expandable USB storage for playing best-selling games like Minecraft, Game of Thrones, Crossy Roads, and more
  • No more waiting for your movies and shows to buffer, ASAP learns what movies and shows you like so they start instantly
  • Fire TV lets you fling your favorite apps to your TV to free up your small screen for other uses. Or mirror your phone or tablet to your TV.
  • Amazon Prime customers get unlimited access to popular movies and TV shows with Prime Instant Video, including The HBO Collection and original shows like Transparent, plus Prime Music
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New features on Amazon Fire TV

Expandable USB storage on Fire TV—Use a connected USB flash drive to expand your Fire TV storage for downloaded apps and games—this enables you to have more games downloaded for easy access.

Connect to your hotel or dorm room Wi-Fi with captive portal support—Take your favorite movies, TV shows, games, and more with you when you’re away from home. Fire TV enables you to connect to Wi-Fi that requires web authentication—this includes Wi-Fi at most major hotels, as well as some universities.

Private listening on Fire TV—Support for wireless Bluetooth headphones lets you listen to your favorite movie, TV show, or music without bothering others in your household.

Browse and search Prime Playlists—Prime members can now take advantage of Prime Music playlists directly from Fire TV—there are hundreds of expertly curated Prime Playlists to choose from based on your mood, activity, artist or decade of choice.

Hidden PIN entry—With the new PIN entry screen that hides the numbers selected, you can now make sure your kids can’t see your device PIN as you enter it on-screen to confirm a purchase.

New shortcuts—Quickly put your Fire TV to sleep or enable display mirroring by pressing and holding the Home button on your remote.

It's always Prime time

Amazon Fire TV is the best way to experience Prime Instant Video. Prime members enjoy unlimited, commercial-free streaming of tens of thousands of popular movies and TV shows including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Downton Abbey, World War Z, SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, and more.

The HBO Collection on Prime Instant Video: Amazon is home to award-winning shows from HBO like The Sopranos, The Wire, Rome, Band of Brothers, and The Pacific.

30-day FREE trial

Eligible customers can try Amazon Prime for 30 days for free. In addition to unlimited streaming of Prime Instant Video titles, Prime benefits include free two-day shipping on millions of items, and free books to read each month through Kindle First and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library.

Voice search that actually works

Know what you want to watch? Amazon Fire TV’s Voice Remote has a built-in mic so you can instantly search TV shows, movies, actors, and genres using just your voice—no more typing with your remote to find what you want. Voice search is supported for the entirety of Amazon’s video, app, and game catalog, plus for Hulu Plus, HBO GO, Crackle, Vevo and Showtime Anytime. Please note that voice search does not work directly inside individual applications, like Netflix. We’re confident Amazon Fire TV’s voice search is the best you’ve ever used. You have to try it to believe it. Voice search is also available on the Fire TV Remote App. Learn more

Our customers have spoken

"Voice search is very well done... a huge time saver and a great convenience."
kpc001, 5-star review

"Voice search—it works and works very well, just as they advertised (a very pleasant surprise)."
Chris T., 5-star review

"I searched for "Person of Interest" and "The Big Bang Theory" and it returned the results instantly...You simply say what you want to watch and it will bring it up."
WiseShopper, 4-star review

"This voice search works better than anything from Google, Apple, or Microsoft."
William H., 5-star review

Stunning video. Unsurpassed Dolby sound.

With Amazon Fire TV, you can stream movies and TV shows in up to 1080p HD. With Dolby Audio, enjoy rich cinematic surround sound, consistent quality and desired volume level, up to 7.1, via HDMI or optical out.

3x the processing power

From the responsive interface and instant search results, to smooth gaming and ultra-fast streaming, everything about Amazon Fire TV is fast and fluid. It’s all thanks to a quad-core processor with 3x the processing power of Apple TV and Roku, a dedicated Adreno 320 graphics engine, and 2 GB of memory—4x that of Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast.

Immediate video start with ASAP

You shouldn’t have to wait 10 seconds for a video to buffer every time you press “Play”. ASAP (Advanced Streaming and Prediction) learns what movies and shows you like and gets them ready for you to watch. The more you use Fire TV, the more accurate ASAP becomes, dynamically adapting to your viewing habits.

Fast, fluid interface

Amazon Fire TV’s user-friendly interface makes it easy to find what you want. Browse popular movies, shows and recommendations personalized for you right on your home screen, and instantly add new discoveries to your Watchlist with a single click. Any content you’ve purchased from Amazon will be waiting for you in your Video Library. Access sleep and display mirroring controls conveniently from the system shortcuts screen.

A simple remote that does it all

The Amazon Fire TV Voice Remote is beautifully simple, with all the controls you need to search, watch, navigate, and even play games. It uses Bluetooth to connect to Fire TV so no line of sight is required, meaning no more reaching and stretching. Learn more

Fire TV Remote App

Download the Fire TV Remote App to control your Fire TV with your mobile device. The app features voice search, simple navigation, and a keyboard for easy text entry—no more hunting and pecking. The app is supported on many Android phones and tablets, iOS phones and tablets, Fire Phone, and Fire HDX & Fire HD tablets with microphones.

Built for gaming

Fire TV has a powerful quad-core processor for fast and fluid gaming. Plus expandable USB storage allows you to load up all your favorite games without having to worry about storage space. Apps and games will automatically download to the USB drive when needed, or you can move them manually to free up storage.

Pay less, play more

Build new worlds in Minecraft-Pocket Edition, race at top speeds in Asphalt 8, take on the family in The Game of Life, or hold off alien invasions in Sev Zero—an exclusive from Amazon Game Studios. Amazon Fire TV is the easiest way to enjoy best-selling titles from Mojang, EA, Disney, Ubisoft, and others. Many are free, and paid games start from just 99 cents.

Developers-want to bring your game to Amazon Fire TV? Learn more

Amazon Fire Game Controller

Enjoy many games with the included remote or take your gaming to the next level with the Amazon Fire Game Controller—a dedicated wireless game controller designed to take you deeper into the action. With all the controls a gamer would expect, including dual analog sticks, media controls, and lighted player indicators, it’s the best way to enjoy gaming on Amazon Fire TV. Sold separately.

Amazon Fire TV Games

Stream your favorite tunes

If you love music, you’ll love the millions of songs available to stream to Amazon Fire TV through Pandora, Prime Music, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. You can also access your entire Amazon Music library, so you can enjoy any albums and songs you’ve previously purchased from Amazon. Exit to the home screen at any time and keep the music going while you share photos or play games—Fire TV will keep you updated with what's playing each time a new song starts. With Prime Music, access Prime Playlists and listen ad-free to over a million songs from top artists. Connect your Bluetooth headphones to Fire TV to listen privately.

Make your big-screen debut

Relive memories on the big screen with family and friends. Amazon Fire TV makes it easy to enjoy slide shows, photos, and personal videos you've saved in the cloud. You can even set favorite albums as your screen saver.

Sync photos from all your devices

Photos or videos you take on your phone or tablet can be automatically uploaded to Amazon Cloud Drive, so they appear on your Fire TV. Prime now includes free storage in Amazon Cloud Drive for your entire photo collection.

Instantly explore your favorite movies and TV shows

Use X-Ray on Fire TV to explore your favorite movies and TV shows on Amazon Instant Video. Powered by IMDb, you can identify actors and songs in the current scene, explore actor bios and character backstories, see related trivia and even jump to your favorite scene or skip opening credits.

While watching your favorite show, simply press the "Up" button on your Fire TV remote to quickly answer "Who is that actor?" or "What is that song?" Access even more information about your favorite characters, actors, songs, and even trivia, by clicking "Up" again to access Full Screen X-Ray, right on your TV screen.

Perfect for parents...

Amazon FreeTime helps give parents peace of mind when it comes to safe viewing. You can create custom profiles for up to four kids, choosing the movies, TV shows, apps, and games they can access. Easily set up daily screen limits and restrict certain types of content.

…and perfect for kids

When kids use Amazon FreeTime, the background color and fonts change to a kid-friendly design, displaying only titles they have permission to watch. The home screen carousel shows their recently-watched movies and shows, and they can even navigate visually to content based on characters or topics—for example "Cinderella," "Dinosaurs," or "Puppies."

Amazon FreeTime Unlimited

FreeTime Unlimited is an all-you-can-eat content subscription designed for kids ages 3 to 8 that brings together movies and TV shows that kids and parents love. Subscribers enjoy unlimited access to content from Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, PBS Kids, and more from just $2.99 per month.

Share your tablet or phone screen

Click the “fling” icon on your Fire phone or tablet to send video and audio to your big screen, leaving you free to use your Amazon mobile device for other tasks. Amazon Fire TV supports standards like DIAL so you can fling services like YouTube, Spotify, and Netflix, from your Android phone or iPhone.

Mirror your tablet or phone on your HDTV

Share whatever is on your screen—including movies, TV shows, music, and photos—from your compatible tablet or phone with everyone in your living room using display mirroring. What you see on your Fire OS or Android device is exactly what you’ll see on your big screen. Includes support for devices from Motorola, LG, and Google without any additional apps or software.

Amazon Fire TV Roku 3 Apple TV Google Chromecast
List Price $99 $99 $69 $35
Features
Voice Search
HDMI video out (up to 1080p)
Dolby Audio (Dolby Digital Plus surround)
Optical audio out
Processor Quad-core Dual-core Single-core Single-core
Memory 2 GB 512 MB 512 MB 512 MB
Ethernet (wired connectivity)
Wi-Fi Dual-band/Dual-antenna (MIMO) Dual-band/Dual-antenna (MIMO) Dual-band/Dual-antenna Single-band
Remote with no line of sight required
Captive portal (no additional software needed)
Popular Services
Netflix
Amazon Instant Video
Hulu Plus
YouTube
Pandora
Sling TV
HBO GO
Fox Sports GO
PBS Kids
WatchESPN
Bloomberg TV
Twitch
Showtime Anytime
Spotify
Plex
Games
Number of Games Over 700 Less than 100 None Less than 75
Optional dedicated game controller (sold separately)
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Technical Details
 
Size4.5" x 4.5" x 0.7" (115 mm x 115 mm x 17.5 mm)
Weight9.9 oz (281 grams)
SOC PlatformQualcomm Snapdragon 8064
ProcessorQualcomm Krait 300, quad-core to 1.7 Ghz
GPUQualcomm Adreno 320
Storage8 GB internal
Memory2 GB LPDDR2 @ 533 MHZ
Wi-Fi ConnectivityDual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi (MIMO) for faster streaming and fewer dropped connections than standard Wi-Fi. Supports 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi networks.
BluetoothBluetooth 4.0 with support for the following profiles: HID, SPP
Cloud StorageFree cloud storage for all Amazon content
Ports5.5 mm DC Jack
Type A HDMI 1.4b output, w/HDCP
Optical Audio (TOSLINK)
10/100 Ethernet
USB 2.0 Type A
AudioSupport for Dolby Audio, 5.1 surround sound, 2ch stereo and HDMI audio pass through up to 7.1
Content Formats SupportedVideo: H.263, H.264, MPEG4-SP, VC1
Audio: AAC, AC-3, E-AC-3, HE-A, PCM, MP3
Photo: JPG, PNG
Output Resolution Supported720p and 1080p up to 60fps
System RequirementsHigh-definition television, HDMI cable
TV CompatibilityCompatible with high-definition TVs with HDMI capable of 1080p or 720p at 60/50Hz, including popular HDCP-compatible models from these manufacturers: Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse
Warranty and Service1-year Limited Warranty and service included. Use of Fire TV is subject to the terms found here.
Regional SupportCertain services may not be available outside the U.S.
Closed CaptioningWatch videos and TV shows with closed captioning displayed. Captions are not available for all content.
Included in the BoxAmazon Fire TV
Amazon Fire TV Voice Remote
2 AAA batteries
Power Adapter
Quick Start Guide
 
Size1.5" x 5.5" x .6"(38.3 mm x 139.9 mm x 16.1 mm)
Weight68 grams or 0.15 lbs with batteries (45.5 grams or 0.10 lbs without batteries)
Batteries2 AAA (included)
BluetoothBluetooth 2.1 + EDR with support for the following profiles: HID, SPP
Voice SearchDual digital microphones with noise suppression technology integrated
ButtonsVoice, 5-way directional, back, home, menu, rewind, play/pause, fast forward
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I am not a casual user of on-demand content and devices. Having tried smart tv's from 3 brands, smart dvd/bluray players, Apple TV, WDTV, HTPC, Chromecast and too many other competing products to mention--for streaming content, before this box you really had two options (for a simple to use box that doesn't require additional items or tweaking):

First is Apple TV which is easy to use (interface) but Apple limits the content you can get greatly (including no Prime Streaming built in) and it lacks a lot in features as well and is slow. The reason for selecting Apple TV is if you have other apple products that unlock features (like Amazon's content).

The second option you could consider was Roku--which really means a Roku 3 box since it is heads and tails better than past Roku boxes in terms of remote and speed. Now Roku stands out with the most content and the most features of any box with the Roku 3. It is for that reason you will see me address the Roku 3 so often in this review.

I have added quick summaries of other options to make sure everyone knows about the other options out there.

WDTV: Are great for streaming your own content but not very user friendly.

Chromecast: Is very cheap at $35 but requires other items to use (no remote included!), is limited to 16 channels according to their own site with other content broadcast via Chrome's browser not at the same quality level. This does allow you to browse the internet on your tv and is amazing for the cost but is more of a niche market than FireTV/Roku/Apple TV. But if you can live with the short comings, it is worth a look at 1/3 the price of these devices.

Smart TVs: Most of these are FINE for occasional use but not nearly as pleasant to use daily like separate boxes.
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10,870 of 11,334 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on April 7, 2014
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I'm your typical middle-aged woman - I don't game, and I'm not super tech-savvy by any means....so take this review for what it is. The Fire TV was easy to install and I'm loving all the features, free movies, music and simple interface - this thing even has a screen saver that comes on when you're listening to music! We've always just had our Comcast cable service without DVR and occasionally used Comcast OnDemand to watch/rent movies - but I'll never watch from Comcast again. The voice recognition software is amazing and brought me to exactly what I was looking for every single time I searched. It's just so easy to find what you're looking for (unlike Comcast), and since I'm an Amazon Prime member most of what I want to view is free - oh and for the new release movies the cost to "rent" from Amazon is on average cheaper than Comcast OnDemand by a ~$1 or more. So happy with this purchase!
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7,305 of 7,765 people found the following review helpful By Gregory P. Baker on April 3, 2014
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Having received my Fire TV today, I've been trying it out for the past couple of hours.

Setup was a no brainer. It required an update immediately so it did take about 15 minutes to have it in action but the process was very simple.

The image quality (movies and games) is excellent. I've tried several movies from Amazon Prime and they look and sound nearly Blu Ray quality as far as I can tell.

Navigation is very straightforward and it's generally easy to find anything you're looking for. Installation of games and apps goes very smoothly and generally pretty quickly.

The remote works very well. I haven't played with the voice search feature much yet, but when I have tried it, it worked well. The buttons on the remote are well thought out and I prefer it to the Apple TV remote.

I only have one gripe. As far as I can tell, there's no way to limit the list of movies and tv shows to what is available for Amazon Prime members. This makes it very inconvenient to find things that are free to watch. There are some categories that are limited to Prime (Most Popular on Prime, For Kids on Prime) I want to be able to just see what's available for Prime or at least be able to see by category what's available for Prime. I'm sure this isn't an oversight. I suspect Amazon wants to force us to look at everything and be tempted to buy/rent things but if they really want to compete with Netflix, they'll understand that we pay for our Prime membership to be able to watch free movies conveniently. A workaround is to do your searching on the web and then search specifically on the device.

Perhaps I just haven't found the way to search for Prime available content. I hope that's the case or I will really be disappointed.
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5,792 of 6,237 people found the following review helpful By Dallas on April 6, 2014
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It seems to work fine so far (2 Days with it). What I don't like is how Amazon has made it so the"Prime" content is mixed with the "For Pay" content, with no easy way to just see what is ONLY "Prime" content. This is obviously made to divert you into buying more non Prime content...
Amazon, please give us a CLEAR way to view "Prime Only" if that's what we want. I know we can voice search for anything... and that's great, but sometimes we just want to "Go Fishing" and would like to fish in the "Prime" pond only. This is a pretty big deal when you compare this to competing (Think ROKU) products that let you do just that.
Hard to believe your competition does a better job with presenting your own content than you do. Maybe an update in the near future will "Fix" this.
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July 30, 2014
Hi Dallas, thank you for sharing your feedback. We wanted to let you know that we made it easier to find your favorite Prime content with the click of your remote. You can now browse many more Prime-only categories, including Top Prime TV, Top Prime Movies, Prime TV for Kids, Prime Movies for Kids, Prime TV by Genre, and Prime Movies by Genre.

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