Amazon’s Fire TV Cube price has dropped to its lowest level ever. The device is now available at $70 at the retailer, which is $10 less than it was during the holiday shopping season.
The Amazon Fire TV Cube is still a compelling choice if you want the finest possible streaming experience the company has to offer, even though it’s been a couple of years since it was debuted.
Amazon’s Fire TV Cube can play 4K HDR video from practically any streaming service, including Amazon’s own Prime Video, thanks to built-in support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10+. It’s also no slouch in terms of audio, thanks to Dolby Vision support. Another feature to get the Fire TV Cube is that it can also function as an Alexa-enabled speaker, allowing you to control your smart home devices with your voice. If you’ve already invested in Amazon’s Alexa ecosystem, there’s definitely less of a need to get the Fire TV Cube, but it’s still a nice feature to have in a pinch.
If you only need a small amount of streaming, Amazon has also discounted the Fire TV Stick Lite. It’s only two dollars more expensive now than it was during the holiday shopping season, at $20. Because the Fire TV Stick Lite is limited to Full HD streaming, it’s a decent choice if you have an older TV. It’s also referred to as the “Lite” version because you can’t use the included Alexa Voice Remote to control your TV.