If you were starting to feel like it’d been a while since Amazon upgraded the Fire TV (the company’s answer to things like the Chromecast and Apple TV) you wouldn’t be wrong. The last big upgrade the Fire TV box got was at the end of 2015.
Amazon has just announced an all-new Fire TV amongst a series of rapid-fire product debuts happening right now in Seattle.
Here’s what we know so far
- It supports 4k and HDR, handling up a resolution of up to 2160p at 60fps
- Dolby Atmos support
- 802.11ac WiFi
- 1.5 Ghz quad-core CPU
- It’ll come with an Alexa-powered remote for voice control, but can also be controlled by Echos around your room
It’ll sell for $70 on its own when it ships later this year, or $80 in a bundle with an Echo Dot.