Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max can show you who's at the door while you're watching TV

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(Pocket-lint) - Amazon has announced a caller mentation of its Fire TV Stick, turning up the dial by giving the instrumentality caller halfway hardware, meaning it's faster than ever.

The caller instrumentality looks the aforesaid arsenic the existing Fire TV Stick 4K, but Amazon says it is 40 per cent much powerful, with a caller 1.8GHz processor and 2GB RAM.

That should mean it's faster to navigate with apps opening with large immediacy, portion there's besides a boost connected the wireless connectivity front, with this latest instrumentality supporting Wi-Fi 6. Of course, you'll request a Wi-Fi 6 router to get the astir benefit.

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That should mean streams are much stable, with a faster determination to the champion prime of watercourse erstwhile you commencement watching something.

Elsewhere, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max offers HDR10+, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos enactment and besides comes with the latest Alexa Voice Remote truthful it's casual to inquire for what you privation to ticker - oregon to bid Alexa to bash thing other for that matter.

You'll besides beryllium capable to link up existing compatible Echo devices similar the Echo Studio oregon 4-gen Echo to make a location cinema setup.

Thanks to the further power, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max besides supports picture-in-picture, truthful you'll beryllium capable to unrecorded presumption your information camera provender portion watching a movie, with the quality to amusement your Ring Video Doorbell provender erstwhile idiosyncratic comes to the door.

Of people each the different skills remain, offering entree to each your favourite streaming services, truthful it's casual to ticker the latest from Amazon, Disney+, Netflix and galore more.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is disposable to pre-order, with shipping starting connected 7 October.

Writing by Chris Hall. Originally published connected 9 September 2021.

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