Amazon, the eCommerce shopping and tech monster has recently launched a new range of Fire TV products, including a 2nd generation Fire TV cube, Fire TV edition soundbar and a raft of new Fire TV Edition televisions, includes its first-ever OLED Model.
Amazon took a new decision is expanding its Fire TV Edition and smart TV range into new regions, it involves participants like JVC, Skyworth, Arcelik, TVP, and Compal. The online-based Company going to surprise the audience with the Fire TV sets arrive in UK, Germany, and Austria very soon.
The 2019 Fire TV Cube costs £110/$120 and is accessible to pre-order on Amazon in the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, Canada, and Japan. The gadget dispatches on the 10th October.
It’s main focus on the UK, where the Fire Tv is joining with Dixon Carphone to sell Fire TV Edition smart TVs though its JVC brand. At initial stage, the company introducing three different sizes are 40in (£349), 49in (£399) and 55in (£499). The majority of the sets support HDR10 and Dolby Vision and ship with Amazon’s Voice Remote with Alexa. You’ll have the option to purchase the TVs from Currys PC World and Amazon and you can enroll whatever you like.
Amazon has launched Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Edition televisions.
Amazon planning to extend its Fire TV family by cooperating with Anker for the Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition. This soundbar incorporates 4K HDR help, Dolby Vision go through, its very own keen TV interface and the capacity to utilize Alexa to control apps and power up (or down) your system through the provided voice remote.
The Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition will be available in the UK, US, Canada, and Germany when it begins to dispatch on the 21st of October. The cost is £180/$230, and it’s accessible to preorder now.
The first fire TV Cube added the streaming smarts of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick with the sonic abilities of an Amazon Echo speaker. Tragically the keen speaker blend never truly made it to UK or European shores. Indeed, Amazon has quite recently disclosed a subsequent age model.
Amazon claimed that “the fire TV Cube features a new hexa-core processor which makes it “Fastest Fire TV ever, by using Alexa virtual assistant which is made into the cube, for controlling the device without using the remote. It also supports Dolby Atmos, 4K content at 60 frames per second and a wide range of HDR formats which includes Dolby Vision and HDR10+.
It additionally utilizes multi-directional infrared technology, HDMI CEC, and cloud-based artificial intelligence to permit Alexa to control all your unit, including TVs, AV recipients, and set-top boxes.