Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K Max drops back down to an all-time low of $35

Amazon’s most powerful streaming stick is on sale again for Amazon’s second Prime Day sale of 2022. You can pick up the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $35, or $20 off the regular price. That’s how much it cost at the first Prime Day event of this year in July, and it’s also the lowest price we’ve seen for the device on the site. The Fire TV Stick 4K Max supports Dolby Vision, HDR and HDR10+ content as well as Dolby Atmos audio. It can also join WiFi 6 networks, and Amazon says it can launch apps faster and has smoother navigation than the basic Fire TV Stick 4K.

Buy the Fire TV Stick 4K Max from Amazon – $35

Like other models, this one has a remote control with preset buttons for Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, and Hulu. This remote is also powered by Alexa and can search and launch content using just voice commands. You can even use the remote to ask Alexa to dim your connected lights or check the weather. And if you have a compatible doorbell or security camera in your home, you can use the picture-in-picture feature to view the live feed on your screen without having to stop or remove what you’re watching.

Of all the Fire TV streaming devices, only the Cube set-top box is more powerful than the 4K Max. The Fire TV Cube is also currently available for $60, which is half the original price. But if you want something cheaper, you can also get the non-Max Fire TV Stick 4K for $25 or the basic Fire TV Stick for $20.

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