How do you fancy getting your hands on an Amazon Fire TV Stick with full HD streaming for just $17.99? You can do exactly that right now with the new Fire TV Stick Lite option that reduces the cost of HD streaming.

Amazon’s latest Fire TV Stick – dubbed the “Lite” – comes with a behind-the-TV design that allows it to slow neatly into your TV’s HDMI slot to be out-of-sight and out-of-mind. It offers a picture quality up to 1080p full HD with support for HDR, HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG. This particular version isn’t any good if you need 4K streaming but it’s a perfectly affordable solution for full HD.

It has HDMI pass-through for Dolby Atmos audio and comes with 8GB of onboard storage, so you can still download additional apps and games to the device. Internally, the device packs in a quad-core processor, so you shouldn’t notice any difference between how this Lite version performs against the standard Fire TV Stick. There is also an optional Amazon Ethernet Adapter for those who want to wire their TV Stick directly to the router.

One of the main differences between this and other Fire TV Stick models is that the Lite version comes with the Alexa Voice Remote Lite. It still has Alexa built-in but doesn’t have TV controls so you won’t be able to turn your television set on or off with the remote or control the volume levels. For some, that is an easy trade-off to make to be able to save some money and get the Lite version for a lot cheaper.

If you are after a streaming device that will let you access all of your content from apps like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and more, in full HD, then this could be the perfect hardware for you.

The Fire TV Stick Lite is a great affordable solution for people who just want to stream the essentials in full HD without any additional frivolities. Grab it right now for just $17.99 from the direct link below.

Buy: Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite from Amazon: $17.99 | Original price: $30

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