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Got a new Amazon Fire TV Stick? Here’s how to set it up for the First time

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Fire TV Stick (3rd Gen) is the successor to Fire TV Stick (2nd Gen). Fire TV Stick (3rd Gen) features an enhanced 1.7 GHz quad-core processor that makes it more powerful than the previous generation, while using less power. The new Fire TV Stick delivers faster streaming in 1080p at 60fps with HDR compatibility. The dual-band, dual-antenna WiFi supports 5 GHz networks for more stable streaming and fewer dropped connections. Fire TV Stick (3rd Gen) also features Dolby Atmos for immersive sound with compatible content and speakers, and an Alexa Voice Remote with dedicated power, volume, and mute buttons for easy control of TVs, soundbars, and A/V receivers with a single remote.

“Fire TV Stick is the powerful streaming media device that plugs into an HDTV and lets customers access thousands of movies, TV shows, apps, and games,” says an Amazon spokesperson.

What is the Amazon Fire TV Stick?

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a new device joining the ranks of home entertainment streaming technologies. The Fire Stick plugs into your TV’s HDMI port giving you access to your favorite TV shows, movies, subscription services, music, photos, and games. The Fire TV Stick houses all of your favorite content and is easily transportable, so you can take your media anywhere!

What you get with the Fire TV Stick?

Imagine being able to take your TV with you when you go on vacation. That’s the functionality you get with the Fire TV Stick. The Fire TV Stick houses all of your content and is completely portable. Simply remove your device and take it with you when you travel. Plug it into any compatible TV to gain instant access to all of your favorite videos.

If you are an Amazon Prime member, your Fire TV Stick comes pre-registered to your account. You have immediate access to all of your Amazon Prime content as soon as you plug your Fire TV Stick into your HDMI port. Being a Prime member also lets you choose from a cache of Amazon Originals that cannot be accessed by the average user.

When you receive your box from Amazon, you will have everything you need to make the Fire TV Stick work. In the box you will find your new Fire TV Stick, the remote, a USB cable and power adapter, HDMI extender, 2 AAA batteries, and a guide to get you started.

How the Fire TV Stick works

The Amazon Fire TV Stick rivals other popular streaming devices like the Roku and Chromecast. How does the Amazon Fire TV Stick work? Your Fire Stick plugs into your HDMI TV via USB port, connects via Wi-Fi, and comes equipped with a Bluetooth remote. Simply plug your Fire Stick in and you will be directed through the setup process and prompted to sign into your Amazon account.

The Fire Stick is a central repository for all your content. Once logged on, you will have access to any music and videos purchased through your Amazon account. In addition, you can view any pictures uploaded to your Amazon Cloud service.

Features Of Amazon Fire TV Stick

Prime content: Amazon says that the Fire TV Stick offers over 1000s of movies, TV episodes, sports, news, music, and games. The selection varies from Bollywood latest movies to all time Hollywood blockbusters like Batman v Superman, and The Legend of Tarzan. It can be connected to Prime, Hotstar, YouTube and Gaana etc.

Ease of use: Amazon notes that The Fire TV stick comes pre-registered so user do not have to go through the hassle of registering the device first and then using it. All the users will need to do with the Fire TV Stick is that they will need have Prime subscription and that they will need to connect it to a TV, along with Wi-Fi.

Parental controls: Fire TV Stick comes with parental controls settings. Users can set a PIN to restrict access of mature content by children. Company says that all movies and TV shows in the Amazon Prime Video catalogue as well as apps from the Amazon App store come with maturity ratings by age group.Track data usage: Users can keep a check on their data consumption through Fire TV Stick. Using the data monitoring feature on Fire TV, users can select their preferred viewing quality to manage data use. Also user can configure their Fire TV Stick to alert them before data use exceeds their preset limit.

Voice search remote: This can be the most unique part of Amazon Fire TV Stick. Voice Remote responds instantly and lets users easily search for Amazon Video content using their voice.

Fire TV Stick vs. Fire TV

Amazon offers a Fire Stick and Fire TV. These products offer the same services and both come equipped with a Bluetooth remote. So, what’s the difference?

Size: The Fire TV Stick is far smaller than the Fire TV. The Fire Stick is about three inches long and plugs into your TV. Fire TV is a square console that, while sleek, is about four and half inches long on each side. If you prefer the minimalist look, the Fire TV Stick is the winner.
Cost: You will find that the Fire Stick is the cheaper option. The First Stick costs $39.99 while the Fire TV will set you back $99.

Speed: The Fire Stick will give you 1 GB of RAM, while the Fire TV offers 2 GB of RAM, making the Fire TV more responsive. If you’re a serious gamer, you might want to go for the Fire TV to avoid lags and frustration in loading speeds.

Additional ports and storage: With the Fire TV Stick, you won’t have options for expansion. The Fire TV console has a USB port, Ethernet port, and microSD slot, amking it easier to store and access content.

Capabilities: The Fire TV stick can support your watching habits up to 1080p. Fire TV is enabled for 4K streaming. With the trend leaning toward 4K TVs, the Fire TV might be a better option if you are looking to upgrade or already have. Although, if you haven’t (or don’t plan) to go the 4K route anytime soon, the Fire TV’s capabilities and portability factor make it a perfectly adequate choice for those just wanting to stream their favorite shows. Evaluate your needs and budget before determining which Fire TV option is right for you.

Why you need the Fire TV Stick

When people hear the phrase “streaming technology,” most groan and think about how they just want watching TV to be easy. Well, the Fire TV Stick makes it simple. Only now, instead of searching through those horizontal bars of endless TV shows, you can access what you want to see, when you want to see it.

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Oppo A77 Will Launch in First Week of August: Details,Specifications

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It’s expected that the  Oppo A77 has been rumored that the Indian variant of the smartphone is going to release in India in the first week of August.  The Oppo A77 Indian variant would be in 4G model. It features a redesigned rear camera design. And also it accommodates a larger 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. The other specifications include a 6.56-inch HD+ display, MediaTek Helio G35 Processor, 50MP main camera, and a 2MP depth one. And the Oppo A77 will include an 8-megapixel AI portrait lens on the front.

 

 

 

 

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Amazon Great Freedom Festival Sale 2022 – Dates Announced

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The Great Freedom Festival sale from Amazone promises discounts on most smartphones, laptops, Amazon devices, and other electronics items. This will start from August 6 to August 10 this year as Independence Day special sale. Amazon will collaborate with SBI Card to offer a 10 percent instant discount to its cardholders during the sale. In addition to the discounts, the Independence Day sale will also offer no-cost EMI payment options, exchange offers, and other deals with top mobile phones and items.

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Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, Watch 3, Buds Wireless 2S Earphones Launched in India

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Recently Realme launched three mainstream products in their gadgets line up, Realme Watch 3 smartwatch, Buds Air 3 Neo true wireless earphones, and Buds Wireless 2S neckband-style wireless earphones.

The Realme Watch 3 has a major feature addition in the form of Bluetooth calling functionality, while the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo has support for Dolby Atmos audio. The Realme Buds Wireless 2S will be priced affordably and will promise reliable and stable connectivity thanks to Bluetooth 5.3

Realme Watch 3

Realme Watch 3 has a 1.8-inch TFT-LCD touch screen, with a resolution of 240×286 pixels. Watch 3’s important feature is Bluetooth calling, and it has a built-in microphone and speaker system. With that, once it’s paired, the Realme Watch 3 can function the same as a hands-free speaker device for your smartphone. Realme Watch 3 has a 340mAh battery, and IP68 rated for dust and water resistance and has sensors for heart rate and SpO2 monitoring, and step and sleep tracking, with over 110 fitness modes for workout tracking. The Realme Watch 3 is on sale at Rs. 3,499 in India, but for the time being it will be available at an introductory price of Rs. 2,999. The Realme Watch 3 goes on sale on August 3, on Flipkart, the Realme online store, and select retail stores.

Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, Buds Wireless 2S specifications and features

The new Realme Buds Air 3 Neo came with 10mm dynamic bass drivers and supports Dolby Atmos, AI ENC for noise cancellation for calls, and Bluetooth 5.2 technology. The earbuds support up to 7 hours of music playback on a single charge. Also, the earbuds charging case bring the battery life up to 30 hours, with USB Type-C charging. The Realme Buds Air 3 Neo is priced at Rs. 1,999 in India, while the Buds Wireless 2S is available for Rs. 1,499. For the time being, these products will be available at discounted prices of Rs. 1,699 and Rs. 1,299 respectively. These products go on sale July last week, on Flipkart, the Realme online store, and select retail stores.

 

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