Amazon releases its first streaming device with Alexa integration

The newest Fire TV lets you go hands-free.
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Amazon Fire TV Cube

Amazon had a no-brainer of a feature for its latest Fire TV device: Alexa. The new Fire TV Cube is the first streaming device from the company to integrate its popular voice assistant, which will let you operate your favorite apps and services without ever having to touch a remote. We're talking all the basic controls such as play, pause, rewind, and fast forward as well as adjusting your TV volume on your TV, cable box, or sound bar. 

And just like the Echo, it features a speaker and far-field voice recognition to instantly and quickly recognize your requests. Spec-wise, the Fire TV Cube will feature 4K video capability with HDR, 60 fps, and Dolby Atmos and 16GB of onboard storage.

$119, amazon.com

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