The Amazon Fire TV stick, one of the more advanced TV sets on the market, is finally available in the US for streaming Netflix now.
The Amazon is the latest device to be released by Amazon to support the streaming service, and is powered by Amazon’s Fire TV platform.
The Fire TV is also the first device to support Dolby Vision and is one of only a handful of devices to support it.
The Fire TV has a sleek design that’s easy to navigate and is made of stainless steel, though it does feature an 8MP camera.
The device comes with a 4GB internal memory, which is enough for an hour of video.
The company says that the Fire TV offers up to a 4K resolution, so you can enjoy movies on a TV.
You can also stream movies to the device through the Amazon Fire OS, which lets you stream to a TV via HDMI, Chromecast, AirPlay, or other apps.
The Amazon FireTV Stick is a 4.3-inch tablet-style device, and it weighs in at 69 grams.
It’s a little heavier than some of the other 4K TV devices on the list, but it’s light enough to be carried around on your desk.
Amazon says that you can stream up to four hours of video per day and is capable of up to 1080p resolution.
The $79.99 Fire TV can be bought in select markets, including the US, and the device is expected to launch in Europe this fall.
The US version of the Fire is expected in September.