The Amazon Fire stick is an excellent and easy to use device for streaming video from the internet into your TV. Smart TVs will allow you to stream from the best known sources, such as YouTube and Netflix, and sometimes your local station websites. But the Fire Stick, running on the Android system, can get you just about anything you can reach with your computer or smart phone. And, they keep on updating it, so that the latest will deliver 4k (UHD) with HDR and now Dolby Vision 's version of HDR. The voice control works well to take you to the movie or any other thing you want to watch, so you don't have to multiple click your way to it. It is also easy to set it up to turn your TV on or off and control its volume and mute. I have one on each TV and another for traveling - it will work any place that has good WiFi and a TV with an HDMI input. My only complaint is the new home page, that comes on when it starts up. It is cluttered with suggestions and not all of your apps are shown, so it can take a while to find an app that you haven't used recently. The Fire stick has a generous 5GB memory which is enough for most folks, but I'd love to be able to add some if it had a slot for a micro SD memory card.