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Amazon has slashed the price of the Fire TV Stick. The USB stick-sized device is now just £25 – £10 cheaper than usual.

It's part of a special offer, and there's no word on the Fire TV Stick page when it will expire. So you'd better be quick.

When it launched, Prime customers could pre-order the Fire TV Stick for just £7 for a short time only. The usual retail price is £35.

The Fire TV Stick plugs into your TV's HDMI socket and lets you stream films, music and TV shows to the big screen.

It offers Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, STV, YouTube, Demand 5, Plex, Sky News and Curzon Home Cinema among others.

It's powerful too. Inside is a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Plus it has 8GB of internal storage, so you can fill it up with films and TV shows and take them to a friend's house.

Shell out extra for the Fire TV Voice Remote, and you can use Amazon's awesome voice search feature.

However, it's worth noting that this only works with Amazon Prime Instant Video, not across all apps and services.

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