Amazon’s Fire Stick 4K And Echo Dot Bundle Is A Steal At 40 Percent Off With This Deal
The holidays are a time to kick back, relax, and rid yourself of stress, right? Pffft, who are we kidding, the holidays can be anything BUT stress free! Not to worry though, if you are in the hunt for a last minute gift idea, we have the perfect stocking stuffer. Over at Amazon, you can score a Fire TV Stick 4K and Echo Dot (3rd Gen) bundle for $59.98
What's neat about this bundle is that Amazon
is not shoveling older hardware onto the masses to make room for newer items. The Fire TV Stick 4K is the latest and most advanced version
of the Fire TV Stick and lists for $49.99 by itself. Same goes for the third generation Echo Dot—it's the latest version of the puck-shaped smart speaker, and it lists for $49.99 as well.
Of course, if you're buying Amazon hardware a full price, you're doing it wrong. Amazon often sells its streaming and smart gadgets at discounts, so it is all about timing. In this case, the Fire TV Stick 4K and Echo Dot bundle is marked way down.
As the name implies, the Fire TV Stick 4K supports resolutions up to 4K, making it a great option for most modern TVs (Full HD 1080p TVs are becoming far less common these days). It also supports a variety of HDR formats (HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, and Dolby Vision), and is the most powerful and feature-rich streaming stick Amazon offers, with a quad-core processor and 8GB of RAM. Dolby Atmos support rounds out the package.
The Fire TV Stick 4K also comes with an Alexa voice-controlled remote. It allows you to bark out commands as you navigate and watch content from Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+
, Apple TV, and so forth.
Amazon's third-gen Echo Dot, meanwhile, is a nice complimentary device. Paired with the Fire TV Stick 4K, you can enjoy hands-free control while streaming (for those times when reaching for the remote is too much of a hassle). And of course it's pretty nifty on its own—you can have it play back specific music tracks, fetch the news, and so on.
With this deal, you're essentially paying $30 for each of the two gadgets. Not a bad proposition, and a great gift idea if you're in need of one. Follow this link
to grab it, or hit the link in the Via field below.