Amazon Fire Stick 4K Max review: Amazon’s 4K streamer is familiar Fire TV territory

We’re well acquainted with Amazon’s line of Fire TV Stick streamers by now, as they’ve been adding and enhancing the smart functionality of our TVs for nearly 10 years. Today, there are a wide variety of Amazon streaming sticks to suit different budgets and usage scenarios; whether that’s the super budget Fire TV Stick Lite at the lower end of the range, all the way to here, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max.

As the lengthy and somewhat complacent title suggests, this is Amazon’s top-notch stick-style streamer. It’s supposed to provide the ultimate plug-and-play 4K streaming experience, but is that really the case?


Streaming Stick: Amazon Fire Stick 4K Max

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The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is the most expensive offering in Amazon’s streamer range if you don’t count the non-stick-shaped Fire TV Cube. Priced at £65 / $55 / AU$99, the top-of-the-line streaming stick still has a fairly wallet-friendly price, especially when you consider that it’s only a fraction more expensive than the standard Fire TV Stick 4K.

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