Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite, our most affordable HD streaming stick

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Our most affordable Fire TV Stick—enjoy fast streaming in Full HD. Comes with Alexa Voice Remote Lite. Great for new users—access free films and TV programmes from apps such as Freevee, Youtube, ITVX, Channel 4, PlutoTV and more. Easy to set up, stays hidden—plug in behind your TV, turn on the TV and connect to the internet to get set up. Press and ask Alexa—use your voice to easily search and launch programmes across multiple apps. Endless entertainment—stream hundreds of thousands of films and TV episodes from Netflix, Prime Video, Now, Disney+ and more, plus listen to millions of songs. Subscription fees may apply. Live TV—watch your favourite live TV, news and sport with subscriptions to Eurosport, ITVX, Sky News and more. Listen to music—stream on Amazon Music, Spotify and others. Subscription fees may apply. Control your compatible smart home—ask Alexa to check the weather, dim the lights, view supported live camera feeds, stream music and more.

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  • Our most affordable Fire TV Stick—enjoy fast streaming in Full HD. Comes with Alexa Voice Remote Lite.
  • Great for new users—access free films and TV programmes from apps such as Freevee, Youtube, ITVX, Channel 4, PlutoTV and more.
  • Easy to set up, stays hidden—plug in behind your TV, turn on the TV and connect to the internet to get set up.
  • Press and ask Alexa—use your voice to easily search and launch programmes across multiple apps.
  • Endless entertainment—stream hundreds of thousands of films and TV episodes from Netflix, Prime Video, Now, Disney+ and more, plus listen to millions of songs. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Live TV—watch your favourite live TV, news and sport with subscriptions to Eurosport, ITVX, Sky News and more.
  • Listen to music—stream on Amazon Music, Spotify and others. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Control your compatible smart home—ask Alexa to check the weather, dim the lights, view supported live camera feeds, stream music and more.

10 reviews for Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite, our most affordable HD streaming stick

  1. Garry boyle

    Easy to use and great quality

  2. Andrea

    I am not even going to lie; I no longer have a cable connection to my TV – because “what’s the point?” I mean, think about it: we can access all the cable channels on stream, BBC, Channel 4, ITV, etc. and whatever you cannot find on cable… you can find through streaming Netflix, Disney, Amazon Prime… So, in a world where streaming content has become the norm, the Amazon Fire Stick emerges as a tiny yet mighty device that has revolutionised the world for those who have not yet been able to buy a Smart TV. Let’s have a look at why this Firestick is my go-to.The Perfect Size First things first, let’s talk about the Fire Stick’s size. It’s small. Really small. It’s about the size of a normal USB drive (fractionally bigger), which makes it incredibly portable. You can easily take it if you are jumping in between homes or when you go on holiday to ensure you never have to stop streaming. No more cable channels in languages you promised yourself you’d learnt but never got around to.Setup, Fuss-Free? Setting up the Fire Stick should be a breeze. All you need is an HDMI port and a Wi-Fi connection, and you’re good to go. Plug it into your TV, follow the on-screen instructions, and you’ll be scrolling through your favourite streaming apps in minutes. But when has anything been that simple? All I know is that technology can be super temperamental and that it took me over 2hrs to get through it. I wouldn’t say I am tech-savvy, but I do know how to follow instructions… or so I thought! The pain was worth it, though – try it out, and please do let me know where I went wrong! Another thing about the setup I don’t necessarily like is the fact that it needs to be plugged in – a part of me wishes it could be battery-powered, but I know that comes with its own headaches, so I am unsure whether it is something I dislike or something I find mildly annoying.Alexa, play despacito! One of the most popular features is Alexa. You can activate this voice assistance by following the on-screen instructions. And then… just press the microphone button on the remote and ask Alexa to find your favourite show, play some music, or even order pizza. It’s like having your own personal assistant right there on your couch. Plus, it should understand natural language, so for all of those with strong accents, you are in luck! I personally don’t have it on, but I do have an Alexa Dot, so… I am kind of covered anyway. Alexa lives “almost” rent-free at my house!Endless Streaming Options I can’t say I have needed an app that this Firestick hasn’t got. It supports all the major streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and, of course, Amazon Prime Video. With thousands of apps available, you’re sure to find whatever app you need.Smooth Performance Don’t let its size fool you; the Fire Stick packs a punch when it comes to Performance. Like anything, a lot of it will depend on your internet connection, but from what I have experienced, it delivers smooth, lag-free streaming, even in high-definition or 4K. The adverts for it will tell you that it is thanks to its quad-core processor, but I do take it to faith.Semi-customisable Experience Personalisation is key, and the Fire Stick kind of understands that. So a big thumbs up is that you can arrange your favourite apps on the home screen, also offering recommendations based on your viewing history – BUT – it does not allow you to have two Amazon accounts at once. Let me explain that: my partner pays for Amazon Prime – I don’t; I pay for Amazon music, my partner doesn’t. So if I have access to Amazon music, I need to be in my account, but if I want to stream through Amazon Prime, I have to log out of my Amazon account and re-customise everything on my partner’s account – a bit of a pain BUT not a major issue.Price Perhaps one of the most appealing aspects of the Fire Stick, at least for me, is its price. It won’t break the bank, and it really helped me when all I could do was afford a £40 TV (which was a gift, by the way; talk about being broke!)So… would I recommend you to buy the Amazon Fire Stick? Absolutely yes. It is a small and mighty device that allows me to stream and watch everything I want without having to be glued to my laptop and/or phone. So join me, and let me know how it goes!

  3. AR

    So, let’s cut the cord, shall we? The Amazon Fire Stick is here to save the day, transforming your TV into a streaming paradise without the cable clutter. And guess what? I’m here to spill the beans on why this tiny gadget is the real MVP of home entertainment.First off, picture this: your ancient TV, once gathering dust in the corner, is now the star of the show thanks to the Fire Stick. Just plug it into the HDMI port, and voila! Instant upgrade. And hey, I took it a step further and paired it with a projector – talk about movie night goals right in the comfort of my own living room.Now, let’s talk setup. Some folks out there might’ve had a bit of a tech tango getting things rolling, but not me. Smooth sailing from start to finish. No fuss – just pure streaming bliss.Oh, and Alexa? She’s like your personal genie, granting your streaming wishes with a simple voice command. I hardly use Alexa, but it’s nice knowing you have your own virtual assistant at hand.And the streaming options? Endless. Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video – you name it, the Fire Stick’s got it. And let’s not forget Prime Video’s sweet deal on the latest blockbusters – movie night just got a whole lot better.Performance-wise, this little stick packs a punch. Smooth streaming, even in glorious HD or 4K. It’s like having your own private cinema right at home, minus the sticky floors and overpriced popcorn.And the best part? It won’t break the bank. Affordable brilliance, my friends. So if you’re ready to bid farewell to cable chaos and hello to streaming paradise, the Amazon Fire Stick is your ticket to entertainment nirvana.In conclusion? Two thumbs up, five stars, ten out of ten – however you wanna rate it, this little gadget is a game-changer.

  4. sarah-jane stewartsarah-jane stewart

    Great value and easy to use. I wish I bought the more expensive one with the features of switching on the tv. Will buy more of these for other older tvs to make them faster and more useful. Amazing value for money.I live on a remote island and is not use a 4g signal and it’s incredible the way the signal is so good. I’ve used the voice recognition but I’m old school so prefer to type! Haven’t yet linked to my other Alexa devices yet, there are so many features. But still super easy if you just to to plug in and play.

  5. Beyond Expectation

    The media could not be loaded. Thanks to Amazon. Delivery was on time and safely handed over. Thought installation & configuration may hard, but it was so easy. And there were no stuck or delay in streaming. Alexa integration working perfectly. Highly recommended.

  6. Lucie stones

    I upgraded from the older version of the fire stick very easier to set up and use.

  7. ryan tunnicliffe

    Every fire stick I have ever bought has always worked as intended and has really good processing speeds. Fire Sticks are an open android os so very open to be messed around with and to be able to tailor to your own specification.This in particular fire stick is one of the best I’ve used, faster and better than the fire stick lite but not massively different which is nice as you’re not having to learn all new by buying one of these as an upgrade.Definitely worth the purchase.

  8. Dis1RedI

    Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite:I already have the Fire stick 4K Max 2nd gen version and needed one for someone else in the household.If you’ve looked at the comparison chart you will see the difference in the two.I’d say it is worth spending more to get the better version but it makes sense to get the cheaper one if you’re not bothered and just want the basics.The few not so obvious things I would like to point out are things like:–You get fewer buttons on the remote with this version. So no on/off button, volume, mute etc which you could live without but it just means the Fire stick will stay on longer until it realises you haven’t touched the remote during the defined time. This will contribute to your energy costs if you watch that sort of thing.On the remote without the power button, you won’t have extra setup settings that allow you to take over the TV it is connected to so you will spend more time handling two remotes. The volume and mute buttons come in to play in the improved remote once TV control is setup.–I lost the remote to the 4K max version one day. It seems as though the Fire Stick can tell if a remote is not nearby but this warning message only comes up when the power has been disconnected and then plugged back in without a remote button pressed for a few minutes.There is no ‘Find my remote’ feature on any of these remotes EXCEPT the pro version which is currently a separate standalone remote costing a further ~£35.To avoid this:You can control the Fire stick with any Alexa enabled device if you had already set up the connection (need the remote).You can also use the OFFICIAL Amazon (AMZN) Fire TV app to control multiple devices (Which is brilliant) only if you set it up before hand (need the remote).You can use another Fire Tv remote from a friend, depending on the generation, to work with your device. You just have to press the right buttons to associate it, set up the remote control app and then give your friend their remote back.Just some feedback from my perspective.

  9. Sharon Woodward

    Just what I needed. Britbox disappeared on the Ps4 and itv X isn’t available on ps4 either so I needed something in the short term to watch all the stuff I had before. So bought this. All I can say is wow. Why I had never bought one before I cannot understand.It makes a my older Lcd tv in the bedroom into a smart telly. Now I can watch all plus much more again….. Seriously recommend…. Easy to install and set up.

  10. Amazon Customer

    The fire stick is handy for turning a normal TV into a smart TV.Very easy to set up and navigate.Any streaming app that you can think of can be downloaded onto it.Never had any issues with any buffering on anything I watch.Highly recommended.

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