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Fire Stick or Fire TV

TKoP

Well-Known Member
#1
I have an older plasma TV that I'm not going to be replacing anytime soon.
I have an Echo Dot.
I subscribe to Amazon Prime, Music and Netflix.

Is there any reason to go with the Fire TV over the Fire Stick? It's not a huge price difference, but if there's no benefit, I'd rather not fork out the extra dough.
 

Flint

"Do you know who I am?"
Superstar
#2
I have the Original Stick, Original Fire TV, and the new 4K Fire TV. The stick works fine for watching TV, but the interface is slower and less responsive. If I didn't have the more powerful Fire TVs, I may not notice the lag and such while interfacing with it.
 

Towen7

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Moderator
#4
I have an older plasma TV that I'm not going to be replacing anytime soon.
I have an Echo Dot.
I subscribe to Amazon Prime, Music and Netflix.

Is there any reason to go with the Fire TV over the Fire Stick? It's not a huge price difference, but if there's no benefit, I'd rather not fork out the extra dough.
That’s why I went with a stick for the bedroom TV. It appears the most significant difference is 4K capability which I don’t need in the bedroom.
 
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