Amazon Fire TV Cube You could buy a Fire TV Cube for $119, or enter to win one here!

Update July 25, 2018: We've picked a winner at random. (Or as close to random as you can get in this universe.) Congrats to Yuri L!

The Amazon Fire TV Cube is a devilishly simple product. It's part Amazon Fire TV — a 4K-capable streaming video device. And it's part Amazon Echo Dot — with Amazon Alexa and microphones and speakers, so it can work independently of (and control) your television and just about anything else connected to it.

It's a great all-in-one device that allows you to control things with your voice, but it also has its drawbacks, which you can read about in our review! And because we love our readers and love to give things away, we are passing along an Amazon Fire TV Cube to one of you! Keep reading for details and to enter.

Enter to win!

THE PRIZE: One reader will receive an Amazon Fire TV Cube!

THE GIVEAWAY: Use the widget at the bottom of this page. There are multiple ways to enter, each with varying point values. Complete all of the tasks for maximum entries and your best shot at winning! Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen. Service is not included with the prize and we don't guarantee this will work outside of the US due to Amazon restrictions. International winners are responsible for any customs fees incurred during shipping.

The giveaway is open through July 23, 2018, and the winner will be announced right here shortly after the closing date. Good luck!

Win an Amazon Fire TV Cube from CordCutters!

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Amazon Fire TV Cube

Amazon Fire TV Cube is a mashup of an Amazon Fire TV 4K and an Amazon Echo. It's a full smart TV system, with the ability to do all sorts of things hands-free thanks to Amazon Alexa being built into the box itself.

That's not to say you'll never need the remote control — or have to grab another remote to control things like volume and power. But it's a really cool iteration of both the Fire TV and Echo lines.

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