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Finding the right streaming TV device can make the transition from traditional pay-TV services incredibly simple. Not to mention, most of these devices are incredibly cool on their own, and inexpensive to boot. You can stop stressing over monthly equipment & DVR fees, because even the most meager of streaming TV device will put your old cable box to shame.

If you’ve still got questions about cord-cutting and want more information, buckle up and get up to speed with our  exhaustive CTC guide.

Click on an item below to get gadget specs and device details.

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Amazon Fire TV 4K And Echo Dot Deal

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YouTube TV is Now Supported on Roku Devices

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Sling TV and AIRTV Player Deals For November 2017

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The Next Generation of AirTV – An Overview of Facts And Features

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AirTV Player Releases ‘Local Channels DVR’ In Beta

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Google Chromecast Device Guide

Since its debut in 2013, the Google Chromecast has become a top player in the streaming device game. The newest version, Chromecast Ultra, is capable of streaming 4K Ultra HD.

It’s easy to use. Just plug it into your TV’s HDMI port and connect to your home internet. Once you’re set up, the device then becomes a portal to stream apps from your device to your television. You can use your mobile device as a remote control.

Google’s Chromecast devices can run on all types of devices. From Android tablets and smartphones, iPads and iPhones, and Chrome for Windows and Mac OS X. The Tube Cast app offers partial YouTube functionality for Windows phones through Chromecast.

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New Amazon Fire TV Device With Alexa

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Fire TV: Everything You Need to Know

The original Amazon Fire TV box was introduced in 2014. Since then an upgraded 2nd generation Fire TV has been released with improved wireless connectivity, sharper images, and better reception quality. In addition to an improved box, Amazon released 2 generations of the smaller (1.1 oz), more convenient, Fire TV Stick.

Although it’s smaller, there is no sacrifice in quality. The Gen 2 Fire TV sticks now include enhanced wireless connectivity, a faster processing chipset, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, advanced graphics cards, and improved voice search support powered by Alexa. Internal memory is still set at 1GB with 8GB. It remains unlikely that Amazon will increase the available storage, especially given Amazon’s increasing emphasis on cloud storage.

All you need is a basic Amazon account to start streaming the best videos, channels, games and apps. You can use any of the available online video streaming apps on the Amazon Store to watch Fire TV channels.

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Apple TV: Everything You Need to Know

There are a lot of streaming services (Hulu, Netflix, Sling TV) nowadays and if you want to use them, you need a streaming device. Apple TV is a streaming device that you can use to watch movies, listen to music, play games, and view photos.

The most current (4th generation) version of Apple TV features a dual-core A8 processor, a new touch remote, allowing swipe-to-select functionality and Siri voice support, and a new operating system… tvOS.

There are 2 versions, the 32 GB priced at $149 and the 64GB at $199. Keep in mind that, since Apple TV streams content from a cloud without necessarily storing it, the difference between the two devices is buffering, not storage space.

Access all your streaming apps from one central device for a unified viewing experience. Not only that, but stream from your iPhone or iPad to your Apple TV.