Amazon is offering its own brand new Fire TV Stick Lite with a 40% discount in honor of Black Friday. The new product comes with the Alexa Voice Remote Lite and is available to purchase for just $17.99.

Like the gorgeous Echo Dot hardware, the brand new Fire TV Stick Lite is Amazon’s most “affordable” Fire TV Stick product that it now offers. Like the more expensive option, the Fire TV Stick Lite comes equipped with the Alexa Voice Remote – albeit the Lite version – and also enables fast streaming in Full HD quality from a seemingly endless selection of streaming sources.

 

The accompanying Alexa Voice Remote Lite is perfect for searching and interacting with the Fire TV Stick Lite easier. Simply press a button and ask Alexa for whatever you want to watch. Use your voice to search for shows, movies, and other content across multiple supported apps that are installed to the TV Stick. You won’t be able to control your TV functions with this particular remote but everything else works without issue.

You will get access to tens of thousands of channels, Alexa Skills, and apps, including popular options like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+, HBO Max, and more. You will also be able to stream music from a variety of sources and watch live TV if you have subscriptions that support that functionality.

If you are looking for a streaming stick that gives you Full HD quality and you are happy to forgo TV controls, such as being able to control the volume and the power of the TV set via the Alexa Voice Remote, then this could be the perfect TV Stick for you. Amazon just keeps making things more affordable for you.

The Fire TV Stick Lite is perfect for a secondary TV in the household and for a room that doesn’t need to have control over the TV functions using the Alexa Voice Remote. Pop on over to the direct link below and make the purchase right now for just $17.99.

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

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