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Amazon Fire TV is coming to the UK & Germany

04 Sep 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Amazon will start selling the Fire TV box in the UK and Germany very soon. The small media box offers access to streaming services and games.

Fire TV is coming to Europe

Amazon released its first TV-related product in the US in April with the Fire TV box that offers access to services such as Netflix and YouTube as well as games.

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Fire TV also offers access to Amazon’s Prime Video service that is already available in the UK and Germany. Amazon has confirmed that a 4K video service will launch in October, but it appears unlikely that it will work with the current hardware.

Read our full Fire TV review here.

Customers in Europe can pre-order the Fire TV now for a discount. The official price is €99/Ł79 and it will start shipping in the UK on October 23rd and in Germany 25th.

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