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Amazon launches a new Fire TV more powerful and with Wi-Fi 6 | Digital Trends Spanish

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Amazon today unveiled a new version of its Fire TV Stick, which is improved over current models and includes Wi-Fi 6 compatibility.

This new device is called Fire TV Stick 4K Max And according to Amazon, it’s 40 percent more powerful than the current Fire TV Stick 4K (Amazon doesn’t seem to give its product names much spin).

Now, surely someone wonders what the use of having more power in a device as simple as this one and the answer is that the navigation will be more fluid and the applications can be opened or changed faster. On the other hand, the streaming of video is favored thanks to the inclusion of a faster Wi-Fi protocol.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max has support for 4K resolution – this is obvious given its name – but it also supports Dolby Vision technology, Dolby Atmos audio, and HDR or HDR10 +.

The price of stick It starts at $ 55, although Amazon also offers other options and one of them includes a control for the video game service called Luna. Because the new Fire TV is also ready for video games via streaming from Amazon and for this, this version comes with a GPU somewhat faster than previous devices.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max looks pretty complete, at least on paper; To all of the above, we must add compatibility with Alexa and with certain devices that are increasingly common in homes, such as security cameras connected to the Internet and that can be reviewed directly on the TV screen.

Pre-orders for the new Fire TV are already open on Amazon and the device will begin shipping on October 7.

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