The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Amazon's much-rumored video streaming device will go on sale in "early" April—on Amazon.com as well as through retailers like Best Buy and Staples.
Bezos & Co.'s answer to Roku, Apple TV and Chromecast—rumored to be on its way since this time last year—will, according to the Journal, offer up Amazon's video streaming service, alongside the likes the of Netflix and Hulu. The newspaper also claims that it will run a forked version of Android to allow users to run extra apps—just like the Kindle Fire range.
There's no shortage of rumors about the features the device will offer if, or when, it does arrive. TechCrunch suggests that it will take the form of plug-in stick, similar to Google's Chromecast; one leaked controller seems to indicate that it will be gaming device, too.
But they're very much rumors. The amassing body of rumors does, however, suggest that a streaming device is on its way—and if the Journal is right, we might not have long to wait before we find out. [WSJ]
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