Stick to Amazon’s own devices, the Fire TV Lite is still available for a ridiculous £ 14.99. This diddy HDMI dongle provides access to the vast library of streaming apps and games available for Fire OS, the intelligent AI assistant Alexa for switching between channels, finding movies by a specific director or featuring a favorite actor, as well as check out live footage from Ring Doorbells, order take out food, control smart lights and more.
Compared to the more expensive Fire TV gadgets available on Amazon (these go over £ 109.99 for the Fire TV Cube), you’ll be limited to 1080p high definition streaming and there are no universal controls on the included remote to adjust. the speaker volume of your paired TV or audio system.
If you are looking to shake up the annual Monopoly or Cluedo game with the family, Amazon slashed money on a bucket of Big Potato board games, including critical hits like P For Pizza and Scribble. There is also the Blockbuster game for moviegoers to test their anecdotes, and the new Burn a book game, based on the pivotal scene from Tina Fey’s enduring hit comedy Bad girls. Top of the pop completes the selection. There’s up to 30% off these games – and given the time of year, we can’t imagine they’ll be available for much longer.
Smart home enthusiasts can equip their home with some Philips Hue bulbs, which can be controlled with your voice using Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant. A companion app on your smartphone, tablet, or smartwatch can adjust color temperature, color options, brightness, and sync lights to movie night.
If you were lucky enough to open a new console under the tree yesterday, there are a number of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X games that were discounted in Amazon Boxing Day sale. Those who haven’t had a console could also afford the Nintendo Switch bundle.
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