5 Fire TV Accessories to Help You Get More from Your Fire TV & Fire TV Stick

fire tv stickWhen you buy a Fire TV device, it’s ready to go right out of the box. However, if you want to add to your Fire TV experience, there are plenty of accessories to choose from to help you get even more from your Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.

Sideclick Remote Attachment for Amazon Fire TV

This remote attachment clips on to your Amazon Fire TV remote then allows you to use that remote to control your TV, receiver, sound bar, blue ray, and Amazon Fire TV all in one. The Sideclick has a design that’s simple to program and easy to use.

Amazon Echo Dot

This isn’t specifically an accessory for the Fire TV, but it will definitely enhance your experience with the streaming device. When you connect an Amazon Echo, you can use voice commands to control your movies, music, and entertainment. Just say “Alexa launch Netflix” and you’ll be ready to watch. Play, pause, and rewind from anywhere in the room.

BOVKE Shockproof Carrying Case for Amazon Fire TV Stick

If you’re traveling with your Fire TV Stick, a carrying case is a must have accessory. A carrying case like the one linked will help you to keep your streaming device, remote, and any accessories organized in one space. You’ll also have peace of mind as the case protects against everything from being dropped to water damage.

Amazon Ethernet Adapter for Amazon Fire TV Devices

If you’re dealing with a slow or weak WiFi connection, this gadget will help you get the speed of a wired internet connection. Just connect the adapter to the USB port of your Fire TV and plug in an Ethernet cable directly from your router.

TotalMount for Roku and Fire TV Remotes

Are you always misplacing your Fire TV remote? A mount can help solve that problem. The TotalMount has adhesive on one side to fasten it to the side or back of your TV, or anywhere else you want to stash your remote. (Just be sure you place it where you want it as the adhesive is extremely strong and won’t budge after being placed.)

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