Amazon Fire TV Cube (3rd Generation): a beefed up smart streamer with Alexa at its core

The Amazon Fire TV Cube has finally received a much-needed refresh after more than three years of little development by Amazon. The 3rd Generation Cube gives the boxy media streamer an updated design, a faster processor and Wi-Fi 6E support. Sounds good, right? However, a deeper dive into the new Cube’s picture and sound performance suggests it might not be the complete Amazon package.


The Fire TV Cube is the most expensive Amazon streaming device, costing £140 / $140 / AU$219. It’s roughly double the price of the Fire TV Stick 4K Max and it only comes in a configuration of 16GB storage and 2 GB RAM. The new Fire TV Cube is also more expensive than the second-generation model, which retailed for £110/$120 (around AU$160).

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