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    Which streaming device

    I have a amazon box that we use to watch Netflix, Amazon prime, I player on. I find this device slow, can anyone recommend a better divice to strem these.
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    Which amazon device do you have and whats your budget?

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    Formuler GTV, excellent device, but no Netflix.
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    Maybe a Nvidia Shield will suit your needs as it will have all the catchup channels as well as Amazon & Netflix etc. The Formuler GTV is a great box, but as mentioned above no Netflix support.


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    Hi,
    the shield is really one of the fastest streamer. Which Fire TV do you have? The cube is much faster then earlier models and now on easter sale at least in Germany.

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    watch Netflix, Amazon prime apps on your TV

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    Hi all
    It's a fire box 4k we got it when thay first came out. 2gen
    We have had the apps on our full hd samsung TV but the picture quality is not as good for some reason

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