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J. AlfieContent Writer, Masters in Literature, Dallas,Texas
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Answered on Jul 15, 2019
Fire TV and Firestick from Amazon offer a streaming palette, which is affordable, to provide better signals for the TV. Fire TV, which is easy to learn and use, is a small box that has a square shape with HDMI port. The remote has enter button at the center, and it works as a navigation pad. Firestick is designed in such a way that it has a USB port on one side for powering up, and an HDMI port on the other side for connecting to the TV set. It looks like a regular stick, which is a little bit faster than the standard USB stick.
The Amazon firestick has 1GB RAM and 8GB storage memory with a less powerful processor. It has a resolution of 1080P HD and permits Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections just as the Fire TV. The Fire TV has 2GB RAM and still 8GB storage memory with a strong ARM Cortex-A53 1.5GHz quad-core processor. The Amazon Fire TV operates on Fire OS 6 modified version of Android, while Firestick runs on an older version of Fire OS 5. Fire TV offers access to over 1700 games, and it's more expensive than Firestick, which has about 1300 games.