Amazon Fire TV is the best — for now. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Amazon does a lot of things right, but we still haven’t seen genuine innovations in the field

Apple’s hockey puck–like video-streaming box remains extremely popular, but the experience of using the device has grown increasingly cumbersome. In comparison, Amazon’s new Fire TV makes Apple TV and all their mutual competitors feel wildly dated.

Fire TV is slim and sleek, packing enough speed and processing power to shame the competition. It is nearly effortless to navigate menus, select items, and browse content — it just feels faster and more intuitive than other devices, and that’s not even getting into the technical details.

Amazon has made most video services available, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Watch ESPN, as well as games, apps, and voice search. It’s fantastic.

What it doesn’t do, however, is… [Read more on The Week]