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BuzzTV VidStick IR TV Stick with an IR-100L (luminous) remote controller

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BuzzTV has added to its portfolio a “new” version of its popular VidStick IPTV Streaming Stick. BuzzTV VidStick IR is the well known ST4000 TV Stick (VidStick). But in this version comes with new IR-100L remote controller which has luminous buttons.

Vidstick IR IPTV TV Stick

Availability and price

You can now purchase the VidStick IR IPTV Streaming Stick via BuzzTV’s website for $45 after coupon: ANDROIDTVBOX

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Android TV Stick is shipped with HDMI extender cable, IR sensor extending cable, US power adapter, BuzzTV IR-100L remote controller, 2X AAA premium batteries, and setup guide.

BuzzTV VidStick IR Android TV Stick Overview Features

As we mentioned, the VidStick IR is the well-known ST4000 that started the entire VidStick TV Sticks family. Inside we find Amlogic S905Y2 SoC with Mali-G31MP GPU, 2GB RAM and 16GB eMMC storage. The VidStick IR TV Dongle supports Dual Band 802.11ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) WiFi, Gigabit LAN  (with external adapter, sold separately ), Bluetooth 4.1. VIDSTICK IR also runs on Android 9.0, and also have BuzzTV 4 app/launcher pre-installed. 

Compared to the VidStick (ST4000), the IR version is cheaper as it comes without bluetooth remote control. On the other hand, the IR remote controller, and more precisely the BuzzTV IR-100L, has buttons that glow in the dark. Undoubtedly, the luminous buttons make it easy to operate the IPTV streaming device.

If you are looking for an inexpensive and efficient IPTV Stick, the VidStick IR will surely satisfy you. In addition to the typical functionalities that you can find in Android 9.0, you also have access to IPTV (Live TV, VOD, etc.) via the BuzzTV 4 app. If you are looking for a stronger version, check out VidStick Max with 4GB RAM and 128GB eMMC. Below you will find a comparison of all VidStick Android TV Dongle versions. More Android TV Dongle / Android TV Stick can be found on our blog.

VidStick Versions Comparison

Vidstick versions comparison

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