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Amazon Introduces First Ever Amazon Built TVs and more

Today, Amazon unveiled an all-new Fire TV family, including the first ever Amazon-built TVs — the Amazon Fire TV Omni and 4-Series smart TVs – with Alexa built into its core. Fire TV also introduced the all-new Fire TV Stick 4K Max, which has 40% more power. And that’s not all. With new content integrations from Netflix, TikTok and more, Alexa is smarter than ever, and can even control your smart home from your TV or help you find what to watch.  Also new today, Best Buy announced new smart TVs with Fire TV built-in from Pioneer and Toshiba.

We realize that’s a lot of streaming news – so we are linking you to the press releases to jump in:

Introducing the All-New Fire TV Family—Including the First Ever Amazon-Built TVs

  • Fire TV Omni Series Smart TVs with 4K Ultra HD features hands-free voice control—ask Alexa to tune to the ballgame, play newly released movies, find your favorite TV shows, and more
  • Fire TV 4-Series brings brilliant 4K Ultra HD picture quality at affordable prices
  • Fire TV Stick 4K Max is 40% more powerful and the first Fire TV streaming stick to support Wi-Fi 6 for smoother 4K streaming and cloud gaming
  • New Alexa features make your TV smarter—get tailored content recommendations, manage smart home devices, start a video call, and more

Amazon and Best Buy Announce New Fire TV Smart TVs from Pioneer and Toshiba 

  • Pioneer is back with 4K UHD smart TVs with Fire TV built-in with stunning picture clarity
  • Toshiba to deliver upcoming series of far-field smart TVs with Fire TV with Alexa hands-free voice

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