The new Amazon Fire TV Stick is available in the US on September 22, and the Amazon Echo 3 is available later that same day.
Both products are powered by the same 8-core Cortex A9 processor and run the Android 7.1.1 Marshmallow operating system, and feature a variety of new Amazon services, including Prime Music and Alexa.
While the Fire TV stick has the same 4K resolution as the Echo 3, the Echo TV is the only smart TV with a 1080p panel and a 5.1 surround sound system.
Amazon says it has been working with Dolby Vision to stream content from the Amazon Video app to the Fire TVs, and it also says it is working with Netflix and Hulu to stream videos to the devices.
The Echo 2’s 8-inch 720p screen is a bit of a departure from its predecessor.
Amazon’s first iteration of the Echo was a 1.4-inch HD display that was capable of up to 1080p, but the company has since improved the screen’s performance, with the new model being able to play 1080p content at up to 30 frames per second.
Amazon also said the new Echo 2 will have a 1,920 x 1,080 screen, while the Echo 1 is a 2,560 x 1 (640 x 480) resolution panel.
While Amazon’s TV Stick was initially only available in Europe, the company now offers a variety in other countries, including the US, Australia, Canada, and China.
Amazon is also making the Echo 2 available in Australia for $199.99, the same price as the original Echo, which sold for $329.99 at Best Buy in October 2016.
The Echo 2 is available on August 6, 2018.
The Amazon Echo TV will be available on September 15, 2018 in the UK, while a new version of the TV Stick will be launching on September 30, 2018 on Amazon’s UK site.