The Alexa Stick on Fire TV offers voice support for Netflix, Disney + Hotstar | | Instant News


Amazon Fire TV Stick users can now use Alexa to control the sound of more streaming applications. The company has extended support for voice assistants for applications such as Netflix, Disney + Hotstar and Apple TV +. This means that you can use the Fire TV Stick remote to control, play / stop content on this popular application on TV. You can even search for content on each platform by asking Alexa to do the work for you. Also read – Xiaomi Mi Band 5 can display Amazon Alexa, SpO2, and others; This is all we know

This feature works via a voice remote that is activated by Alexa or by pairing Fire television with Echo smart speakers. In addition, voice commands offer playback controls for Netflix, YouTube and Jio Cinemas. This works when you say, “Alexa, play Sacred Games on Netflix”, or “thirty minutes forward.” Also read – Amazon introduces voice-based shopping using the Alexa command

Amazon Fire TV Sticks are available in two variants in this country. You get a basic HD version for Rs 3,999 and a 4K variant worth Rs 5,999. Both of these devices are bundled with a remote that supports sound. Users can also get a new remote version with volume control for Rs 1,999 from on line store. Also read – Amazon Echo Auto smart speakers bring the power of Alexa in your car

The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K runs its own software and is equipped with a quad-core processor with a 1.7GHz clock paired with 8GB of storage. It is quite powerful and offers faster load times. Users can access content in 4K Ultra HD format or one of the HDR10 + titles. Fire TV Stick 4K also supports Dolby Vision.

Xiaomi Mi Box 4K rival Fire TV Stick with Alexa

Xiaomi recently launched the 4K Mi Box which rivals Amazon’s streaming device in India.

Mi Box 4K is an Android TV streaming media player. The device supports playback of 4K Ultra HD video content at 60fps for the sharpest image quality and smoothest video playback. In addition, the Mi Box supports the latest HDR10 standard that promises to improve color and contrast. It can provide rich audio with Dolby Audio and DTS 2.0 support.

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The 4K Mi Box has a 64-bit quad-core processor and GPU Mali-450, supported by 2GB of RAM and 8GB of flash storage. It supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands and also supports offline video playback.







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