Amazon’s latest Fire TVs now on sale for Prime Day: 4K Max $35, more from just $12

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Amazon is now carrying its Prime Day 2022 savings over to its entire lineup of latest Fire TV streaming media players. Free shipping is available for Prime members or in orders over $25. One particular highlight falls to the Fire TV Stick 4K Max at $34.99. Down from $55, today’s offer marks the second-best price of the year and is sitting at within $5 of the 2022 low. As Amazon’s new flagship streamer, its Fire TV Stick 4K Max is packed with notable first time inclusions like Wi-Fi 6. That’s alongside the refreshed Alexa Voice Remote with quick access streaming service buttons as well as TV pass through control, as well as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. Our hands-on review praises how all of those inclusions stack up to a notable experience.

Don’t forget that alongside the flagship streamer from Amazon, all of the brand’s other Fire TV devices are also already on sale. Our previous feature details what to expect from the entire lineup, breaking down the pros and cons of each home theater upgrade and what features you gain by moving up the pricing ladder.

Alongside the rest of the Prime Day deals now live, Roku’s latest streaming media players are also marked down courtesy of Amazon this week. Delivering just as affordable price starting at $18, there are models at every price point with 2022 lows across the lineup.

Fire TV Stick 4K Max features:

Dive into 4K Ultra HD cinematic entertainment with a new quad-core 1.8 GHz processor that brings a 40% more powerful experience compared to Fire TV Stick 4K, plus faster app starts and more fluid navigation while switching between apps and searching for content. Enjoy vivid, lifelike colors with support for Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR10+, and the immersive audio of Dolby Atmos.

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