How Does Firestick Work?
The Firestick is a device that allows you to access the internet via your TV. This is not a tutorial on how to use the Firestick, it is simply an explanation of how the firestick works.
Firstly lets go into exactly what the Firestick does before we explain how it does it. When you use a Firestick with your TV you are then able to access the internet and view the content from the internet on the TV screen.
Accessing the internet from your TV opens up a complete new world of multimedia, you instantly gain access to content like Youtube and Netflix allowing you to watch many programs and videos that you would not normally be able to access from a normal TV, you can also play games and get access to music.
So how does the firestick actually work?
The fire stick works by being plugged into a HDMI port on your TV, The firestick its self is actually a computer and it uses the screen of your TV as a monitor, so you are effectively turning your TV into a Computer as soon as you turn on the firestick. The firestick connects to the internet via your Wifi connection that you have in your home. Once connected, the firestick then comes to life, the apps built into the firestick are now usable and you may access lots of content from the internet.
You will find that the Firestick is a bit limited in what it can actually give you access to on the internet and there is actually a better option than the Firestick available.
The Gatlinator Gee Stick
The Gatlinator Gee Stick is similar to the Firestick in application but the Gee Stick works on Android operating System and offers so much more choice for many reasons including the fact that you get full access to the Google Play store meaning that you can download any app from the play store and run it on your TV.
The Gee stick also has a built in Web Browser so you can directly access the internet from your TV as if it were a normal computer.
The Gee Stick is available to anyone who lives in the United States or Canada and you may order now via the payment options below.