An Amazon refrigerator remote has a built-in infrared thermometers, and its accuracy is a little better than the other Amazon refrigerators on the market.
The Amazon Prime Instant Video app, however, still doesn’t offer a remote control of the fridge.
The infrared sensors can be triggered by touching the remote to the top of the unit.
You can also activate them by holding down the power button for 15 seconds.
Amazon says its remote can also be controlled with voice commands, which Amazon’s own Alexa speaker app offers.
It has also added a voice command feature to the Amazon Alexa speaker to let you use Amazon’s voice search and Alexa app for the remote.
Amazon’s Alexa speaker also supports voice commands.
We tested the Amazon Prime Video app on an Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire HDX, Fire Phone, and Fire TV with 4K resolution and Dolby Atmos sound.
The remote is an optional accessory for the Fire TV and Fire HD, Fire phone, Fire, Fire Stick, and Smart TVs that will cost you $49.99.