Amazon now sells the original Fire TV Stick 4K with the new 3rd-gen Alexa Voice Remote

The original Fire TV Stick 4K was first introduced in 2018 alongside the 2nd-gen Alexa Voice Remote, which brought TV power and volume controls to the Fire TV lineup for the first time. Since then, Amazon launched the 3rd-gen Alexa Voice Remote with the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV Stick 4K Max. Now, Amazon has also decided to bundle the 3rd-gen Alexa Voice Remote the original Fire TV Stick 4K. The new bundle costs the same as the old bundle and the old bundle is still available if you prefer to older remote. Read more ›

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New Alexa Voice Remote for Fire TV is “on sale” for $22.99 — Includes a bunch of “free junk”

If you own a Fire TV Cube or Fire TV Stick 4K and are interested in swapping out your current remote for the new Alexa Voice Remote, which normally sells for $29.99, then you can currently get the new remote for just $22.99 and Amazon will throw in a pair of AAA batteries and a bunch of junk for free, like a paperweight in the shape of a 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick, a nearly useless micro USB cable, a slow USB charger, and the world’s shortest HDMI extension cable. I think you see where I’m going with this, but if not, then the cheapest way to buy the new remote is if you buy the 3rd-Gen Fire TV Stick on sale for $22.99. Read more ›

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Fire TV’s new Alexa Remote finally makes its way over to the UK

It looks like Amazon is finally bringing the new Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote to the UK. The remote is listed as out of stock, but there is now a listing for it on Amazon’s UK site, as well as a new listing for the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick bundled with the new remote. Amazon introduced the new remote 2 months ago in numerous regions but did not include the UK at the time. While you can’t buy it in the UK just yet, it looks like it’s only a matter of time. Read more ›

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Fire TV Stick 3 & Stick Lite share the same model number and are the same size as the Fire TV Stick 2

If there was any doubt that the 3rd-gen Fire TV Stick and the 1st-gen Fire TV Stick Lite share the exact same hardware, the fact that they both use the same model number of S3L46N and the same FCC ID of 2AUQI-7436 should put that to rest. The two are physically indistinguishable from one another on the outside. There is a slight chance that internal components like the memory chips differ, based on my benchmark findings, but components like that can actually vary slightly on the same device model depending on what was available during a particular manufacturing run. So, if they do differ inside, there’s no way to know if that is deliberate or just luck of the draw. Read more ›

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Don’t miss out on the new Alexa Voice Remote sale for $14.99 — No, seriously

Get this Alexa Voice Remote Deal

Amazon is still offering the Alexa Voice Remote on sale for $14.99 (£14.99 UK) (€14,99 DE). If you’re at all interested in upgrading to the new remote for its power and volume buttons, or if you anticipate needing a second/replacement remote in the future, you should get in on this deal before it’s too late. The only reason this remote is on sale is to make up for the fact that so many people purchased the Fire TV Stick with the old remote during the holidays. Once this sale ends, it is very likely that you’ll never see this remote on sale again. Read more ›

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New Alexa Voice Remote w/ Power & Volume controls for Fire TVs is on sale for $14.99 — First Sale Ever!

Get this Alexa Voice Remote Deal

Amazon has just put the new Alexa Voice Remote on sale for $14.99 (£14.99 UK) (€14,99 DE). That is 50% off the regular price of $29.99 and this is the first time that it has ever been on sale. It’s very rare for Amazon to put their remotes on sale, so if you’ve been thinking of buying the new remote, this is your chance to get it at a hefty discount. Read more ›

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Amazon Fire TV Stick now includes new Alexa Voice Remote w/ Power & Volume controls for the same price of $39.99

Amazon has just updated the standard Fire TV Stick to now include the new Alexa Voice Remote, which has power and volume buttons for TV and home theater equipment control. The ncie thing is that they’re maintaining the same $39.99 retail price for the new bundle as they had for the old bundle with the old remote. Read more ›

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Sideclick Universal Remote attachment fits the new Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote

For anyone who is wondering, the Sideclick universal remote attachment fits the new Alexa Voice Remote perfectly. While the main purpose of buying the Sideclick for many people is to add power and volume buttons to your Fire TV remote, if those added buttons on the new Alexa Voice Remote still aren’t enough, you can still use a Sideclick to expand its capabilities. Even though the first three buttons on the Sideclick are meant to be used for power and volume controls, like all the buttons on the Sideclick, they can be programmed to do anything you want. So if you’re using the new Fire TV remote’s built-in power and volume buttons for your TV, you can use the Sideclick buttons to control your soundbar, AV receiver, or anything else. See my review of the Sideclick for more information.

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Existing Amazon Fire TV Cube owners get 50% off the new Alexa Voice Remote

The new Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote announced yesterday, with its added power, volume, and mute buttons, is something that Fire TV customers have been asking for ever since the original Fire TV debuted in 2014. While those who purchase the Amazon Fire TV Cube now will get the new remote included at no extra charge, existing Fire TV Cube customers aren’t entirely out of luck because Amazon is offering all existing Fire TV Cube owners a 50% discount on the new Alexa Voice Remote, bring the price down to just $14.99. Read more ›

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New Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote does not have any hands-free capabilities

The newly announced Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote that is being sold separately and comes included with the new Fire TV Stick 4K and Fire TV Cube has a lot of impressive tricks up its sleeve, but hands-free capabilities is not one of those tricks. The remote does not have always-listening microphones, like the Fire TV Cube, that can be activated with a wake word. It also cannot relay equipment control commands that are given to an Echo device paired to the Fire TV device. Read more ›

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