Amazon’s streaming video device has been one of the hottest items on the market since the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV.
But while the Fire Phone is a big success, Chromecast has had a tough time keeping up with demand for its streaming stick.
Now that Amazon has announced a new Chromecast, it seems that the company will be offering its streaming device as an accessory.
We have a feeling that this is going to be a big change for the streaming device.
The Amazon Fire TV is currently available for $79.99 and comes with two Chromecast dongles, one of which will be used to stream Amazon Prime Video.
The other dongle will work as a HDMI cable and the Amazon Chromecast accessory will also be compatible with the FireTV Stick.
The two Chromecasts will be available for sale starting tomorrow, February 16th.
Amazon has said that it will sell Chromecast accessories on a monthly basis starting tomorrow.
The company is also expected to begin selling the Fire HD and Fire HDX donglets, which will come in pairs.
Both the Chromecast and Fire TVs will be able to connect to the same WiFi network, and the Chromecasters will have the same audio capabilities.
This should make for a much more attractive selection than what we had previously seen.
However, the Fire TVs Chromecast adapter won’t be coming with the latest version of Chromecast.
Instead, Amazon is planning to release an update that will include a new version of the Chromedriver Chromecast drivers that will add support for Chromecast devices running newer Android versions.
In addition, the Chromes will be compatible in the Chrominget, which is a streaming media hub for iOS and Android.
It’s not clear how much this will cost or how much the Chromcast adapter will be.
We’ve reached out to Amazon for comment and will update this story when we have more information.