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Amazon Fire TV streaming devices are up to half off right now

Some even match record low prices.

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Amazon Fire TV streaming sticks and related devices are up to half off right now, starting at just $18. Some of these prices match record lows found during recent Prime Day events. All told, there are five devices on sale, from the entry-level Fire TV Stick Lite to the powerful Fire TV Cube.

The Fire TV Stick Lite is on sale for $18 and the standard Fire TV Stick comes in at $20. The Fire TV Stick 4K costs $30, while the beefier TV Stick Max clocks in at $45. Finally, the Borg-like TV Cube will set you back $110, a savings of over 20 percent. This is the latest Cube, with a 2GHz octa-core processor and an HDMI input connection to plug in your cable box, which lets you use voice commands to watch regular cable TV.

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The Fire Stick TV Max, typically $60, is the company’s most powerful streaming stick, with 40 percent more power than the Fire TV Stick 4K. To that end, you get 4K streams, fast app boot times and fluid menu navigation. This stick integrates with WiFi 6, Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos audio. Of course, you can use Alexa voice commands to do just about anything via the included voice remote.

The Fire TV Stick 4K is no slouch, offering support for WiFi 6 and 4K streams. It also ships with an Alexa remote and a 6-month subscription to one of Amazon’s many streaming platforms, MGM+. That’s the one with the Harold Perrineau-led supernatural thriller From. The standard Fire TV stick and the Lite don’t offer 4K streams, but they do ship with a voice remote.

This sale is part of an early Black Friday event and it remains unseen when prices will balloon up back to the original MSRPs. So if you’re looking to get a capable streaming stick, or cube, on the cheap you should probably be quick about it.

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