Amazon Fire TV Cube enriches the family of devices dedicated to online streaming. His arrival was anticipated at the end of April by Amazon, which now raises the curtain on the final specs sheet, and kicking off the pre-orders in the USA. The presence of the Alexa digital assistant stands out, through which it will be possible to control the main functions of the set-top-box, as well as the smart devices present in the domestic environment.
Inside the square cube, larger than the classic Fire TV and Fire TV Stick – measuring 86.1 mm x 86.1 mm x 76.9 mm – there is a quad-core CPU (ARM Cortex A53), with single cores capable of operating at a maximum frequency of 1.5GHz, the Mali450 MP3 GPU, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The standard equipment includes a remote control with an integrated microphone to give voice commands; Fire Cube TV integrates eight microphones, which allow you to clearly capture the voice even from a distance, and a speaker.[amazon box=”B01NBTFNVA” /]
Particular attention has been paid to the technology that allows Cube TV to understand voice input without interference. Amazon emphasizes: Advanced beamforming technology combines the signals from the individual microphones to suppress noise, reverberation, content currently playing, and even competing speech to make sure Alexa clearly hears your request, even next to your TV.
Amazon Fire TV Cube supports 4K Ultra HD playback at 60fps, HDR10, and Dolby Audio content. The connectivity compartment includes an HDMI 2.0a output, micro USB port, and connection to the IR extender. Amazon Fire TV Cube is marketed at a price of $119.99, the first deliveries are expected from June 21st, 2018. At the moment we do not know more details about the release date for other markets, but you can take a more detailed look at the source link below.