On Wednesday, Amazon introduced a number of new products and Fire TV line software updates during its annual autumn event. The Fire TV Soundbar is the latest addition to the family. The soundbar is Bluetooth-enabled, “simple to set up and compatible with all Fire TV streaming products and TVs,” according to Daniel Rausch, Amazon’s VP of Alexa and Fire TV, who was speaking on stage at the event. The soundbar goes on sale today for $120.
Rausch likewise reported a minor invigorate of the pervasive Fire television line of streaming sticks. The new 4K Max, which is presently almost two years of age, got a 0.2GHz knock in handling power and an update from WiFi 6 to WiFi 6E. There’s a few different comforts too, including support for HDR, HDR10+, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision. The new Fire television 4K Max is up for pre-request now for $60, and will start delivery to clients on September 27th.
The standard model of 4K Fire television Stick likewise gets a knock in handling power, 4K help and WiFi 6. Pre-orders for that likewise start today (however Amazon has not yet affirmed a boat date), and it’ll run a somewhat less expensive $50. Acquisition of new Fire sticks and televisions will presently likewise accompany six free a long time of the MGM+ web-based feature.
Given the emphasis on man-made intelligence and enormous language models (LLM) all through Amazon’s equipment show, it was an inevitable outcome some part of those buzzy item classes would be finagled into the Fire setup. Impending upgrades to the Alexa voice search component will draw from Amazon’s LLM (as well as information on IMDB, which Amazon purchased in 1998) to as far as anyone knows comprehend nuanced inquiries regarding what to watch, and supply pertinent proposals. These proposals will likewise, as indicated by Rausch’s demo of the element, be customized to individual client profiles. The new voice search usefulness will show up through an over-the-air update not long from now.
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