Fire TV Stick 4K With Dolby Vision Support Is Currently $15 Off

Amazon’s own 4K Fire TV streaming stick is currently available to buy with a 30% discount applied. This is the perfect time to upgrade from the non-4K version and get higher-quality streaming for just $34.99.

This deal is for Amazon’s most powerful and versatile streaming stick that offers the ability to stream content in 4K quality from a variety of different sources and platforms. Owners can enjoy a brilliant picture quality with access to 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+. With this stick, it’s possible to stream over 500,000 movies and TV shows from a variety of sources, including Netflix, HBO, Disney+, ESPN, and more (subscription required to a lot of services).

Unlock a complete 4K Ultra HD experience- With support for leading HDR formats, Dolby Atmos Audio, access to the latest 4K content, and a lightning-fast processor, Fire TV Stick 4K enables you to experience the beauty of 4K Ultra HD movies and shows on your TV.

The 4K streaming stick also offers home theater audio with Dolby Atmos so that viewers can feel scenes come to life with immersive Dolby Atmos audio on select titles and where the rest of the home theater system allows. The accompanying Alexa Voice Remote lets you use your voice to search and launch shows across a variety of different apps.

Additionally, it’s also possible to use the single control to control power and volume on the TV set as well as compatible soundbars.

Pop on over to the direct link below to secure this deal for just $34.99. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price but you will need to act with haste before Amazon pushes the price back up to the usual %40.00 selling price.

Buy: Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Device with Alexa Voice Remote from Amazon: $34.99 | Original price: $50.00

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