Amazon’s latest Fire TV bundles are now available, and they offer a bit more than you might have expected.
With a range of accessories, the bundles come with everything from TVs to speakers to tablets.
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Read more >The first thing you’ll notice when you open the bundle is the fact that it’s not just one large box, but three: the Amazon Fire TV box, a $79 base model with a Fire TV Stick, and a $129 second-hand Fire TV with a 64GB Fire TV stick.
The bundle also comes with a second-level remote, a FireTV Stick with 32GB storage, a pair of HDMI cables, a USB port, and an HDMI cable with two plugs.
All three of these items come with an Amazon-branded “Brio Train Set”, which is a new addition to the FireTV ecosystem.
This is the first time Amazon has made a Brio train kit available to purchase on its own, and it’s the best of the lot.
The Brio Train set is designed to give you a comfortable, comfortable, and comfortable setup for watching movies, gaming, and streaming video on your Fire TV.
The set has two sets of cables that come with a HDMI cable, an Ethernet cable, a mic, and two USB ports.
The setup also includes two HDMI and two Ethernet connectors, two HDMI/LAN ports, and three USB ports for connecting to your computer, your TV, or your Mac.
The remote for the set comes with the same cord and two different remote controls, but instead of the usual buttons on the remote, you get two directional buttons.
The top and bottom buttons are different and are different for each of the three remote controls.
On the bottom of the remote you’ll find a “home” button, which is the “Play” button for watching video.
On top of the button you’ll see a button for “volume up”, “volume down”, and “pause”, which you can use to switch between the home and pause/play controls.
In addition, the bottom button has a small circle button to activate the speaker.
The bottom button is also used to toggle the volume on/off, and the bottom panel of the box has a switch to toggle whether the box is in the speaker or not.
On a side note, you’ll also notice that Amazon has included two USB-C ports on the bottom and top of each remote control.
The left and right USB ports are for charging, while the right USB-A port is for connecting peripherals.
On one side of the unit is a microSD card slot, while on the other side is a power port and HDMI/analog inputs.
Amazon also includes a microUSB-A cable for charging your FireTV device and USB-E cable for connecting your peripherals, but you’ll have to connect the Fire TVs USB ports to the cable.
For more details on how the Brio trains work, check out our full review of the Biro.
The third thing you might notice is that the box itself is much smaller than its predecessor, the $129 base model.
While it’s still huge, it’s noticeably smaller than the $79 model, which was the same size as the $99 Fire TV, and also a full $79 cheaper than the second-generation Fire TV in many ways.
The biggest difference between the Fire models is that Amazon made the two-layer Fire TV stand taller, and instead of a metal base, the base is made of plastic instead.
The plastic base also doesn’t have a built-in speaker.
For the most part, Amazon’s new Brio bundles are still a good deal.
The Amazon Fire TVs are now on sale in the US, and Amazon is also making them available in Australia, France, Germany, India, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, and Turkey.
For those who are interested in buying the Fire series on its Amazon Webstore, there are currently no deals listed.
If you’re a new Fire TV user, you might want to keep an eye on Amazon’s official listings, because we don’t know of any deals available yet.
You can also check out Amazon’s other Fire TV product offerings by searching for Fire TV or Fire TV S. We haven’t reviewed any of these devices yet, so we can’t guarantee that they’ll work with our tests, but if you can find an Amazon deal that works for you, feel free to share it in the comments.