All-New Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet $69.99

All-New Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet $69.99

All-New Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet $69.99

What has changed is the Basic Edition's remote, which no longer has the Alexa voice control integration that the previous generation's remote included. Customers can set their default language to Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, German, or English. In addition, the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition will be coming soon to Brazil and Mexico.

Amazon unveiled an global version of its Fire TV stick Tuesday that is supposed to help with the adoption of its Prime Video service around the world.

For the new "basic" model, Amazon is proclaiming that it will be available in more than 100 countries around the world. The streaming stick ships with a MediaTek quad-core ARM processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, pairs that with a Mali450 MP4 GPU, and tosses in a mere 1GB of RAM. We won't stop you if you live in the USA and want to pick up the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition, however, so you can find the means to do so at the link below.

Amazon's big goal with the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition is to bring the product to as many countries as possible, and with it being sold to over 100 different regions, the company certainly has that part of the plan down pat. It can also better compete with Google Chromecast, which lacks support for Prime Video streaming.

The Basic Edition supports 720p HD and 1080p full HD of up to 60 frames per second with Dolby Audio.

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From what I could gather, the Basic Edition doesn't exist to replace 2016's Fire TV Stick, but as an option for the rest of the world. It's a streaming media player that lets you enjoy apps, TV shows, movies, and games.

One quick look at the list of specifications and it becomes clear that we've seen this Fire TV Stick before. Users will simply have to plug the streaming stick to their TV's HDMI port, connect it to their Wi-Fi network and start streaming.

Pricing varies in each locality.

Available in more markets, but at a higher price and with fewer features.

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