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Amazon's HDR-capable Fire TV Stick Lite is down to $21.99 today

It's not uncommon for Amazon to run discounts on its first-party products, and today is no different. It's currently offering 27% off of the regular price of the Fire TV Stick Lite which only launched at the end of last September. Regularly priced at $29.99, that puts it down to $21.99 right now, saving you $8 off the usual cost.

The Fire TV Stick is a dongle that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Once you connect to Wi-Fi, it will automatically sign into your Amazon account (unless you check the box saying it's a gift when you order it), and you'll be able to watch anything from the library of Amazon Prime Video movies and TV shows. Of course, you can also download a variety of apps such as Netflix, Hulu, and more.

A few of its specs can be viewed below:

  • HDMI pass-through for Dolby Atmos Audio
  • Up to 1080p Full HD with support for HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG
  • Supported screen resolution: 1080p and 720p up to 60 fps
  • Under the hood: Quad-core 1.7 GHz / 8 GB Storage
  • Model year: 2020

On top of all that, Amazon claims it has 50% more power than the 2019 Fire TV Stick.

Amazon's Fire TV family of products have become popular for a variety of reasons. One is that they're cheap; after all, $21.99 is a very low price for the ability to stream HDR content. Another reason is that because Fire OS is a variant of Android, which means that you can side-load Android apps to supplement the ones you can get from Amazon's own app store.

Get the Fire TV Stick Lite for $21.99 (list price $29.99) at Amazon.

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