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If asking which version of the Fire Stick is better, these are both the same exact hardware. The 4K version came out last year, and Amazon re-released the same exact product, but locked down the software to prevent 4K to have a cheaper version to compete with other full HD (1080p) streaming products.
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If asking which version of the Fire Stick is better, these are both the same exact hardware. The 4K version came out last year, and Amazon re-released the same exact product, but locked down the software to prevent 4K to have a cheaper version to compete with other full HD (1080p) streaming products.
If this is for a guest/kids room or an older TV that is 720p/1080p, and you do not plan on upgrading it for at least a couple years, just get the cheaper version. By the time you get that 4K TV, it will have smart TV features built in that will be better than this stick. And like most stick streamers, this will feel outdated and sluggish through OS updates by that time anyway. see less
If asking which version of the Fire Stick is better, these are both the same exact hardware. The 4K version came out last year, and Amazon re-released the same exact product, but locked down the software to prevent 4K to have a cheaper version to compete with other full HD (1080p) streaming products.
If this is for a guest/kids room or an older TV that is 720p/1080p, and you do not plan on upgrading it for at least a couple years, just get the cheaper version. By the time you get that 4K TV, it will have smart TV features built in that will be better than this stick. And like most stick streamers, this will feel outdated and sluggish through OS updates by that time anyway.

Edward
· October 2, 2020
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No. Neither of the September 2020 released fire sticks are 4K.
KEYJONZ
· September 26, 2020
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This is a streaming device, so all that is required is internet and an open HDMI input on your TV. You can connect to your internet via WiFi, or to the router with an Ethernet cable and the optional Ethernet adapter.
If you have an antenna and/or cable, you can still watch those through their respective inputs on your TV.

chrisall
· September 25, 2020
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You don't... you would use your regular HDTV remote to change back to the port your have your antenna plugged into for over the air broadcasts
Careful Shopper
· December 5, 2020
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I no longer use the Comcast box for tv, I only use internet. I have various pay services like Netflix and Hulu and Prime, but you can also download a variety of free services like Pluto etc. which offer some basic channel options
Vanessa
· January 20, 2021
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Insert into HDMI input, plug into electrical outlet, connect to WiFi.
KEYJONZ
· September 26, 2020
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computer monitor with an HDMI port will work as well...
BigNerd29729
· December 4, 2020
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U can use your tv's USB if it has one.
John Roberts
· November 25, 2020
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SÍ, todavía tienes que pagar las suscripciones para verlas en el Fire Stick
Careful Shopper
· October 12, 2020
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You don't.... the fire stick remote is bluetooth to the stick, your TV remote is not. Some things you still do with the old TV remote
Careful Shopper
· January 20, 2021