Today at IFA 2019, Europe’s largest tech convention in Berlin Amazon has unveiled Anker’s Nebula.

Anker’s Nebula is one of the first Fire TV Edition soundbars outputs a Fire TV interface and content in up to 4K resolution, with support for Dolby Vision and HDR 10+ passthrough as well as Alexa control.

The Nebula is available for preorder starting in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Germany at $230 (£180) ahead of a November 21 ship date.

Amazon also announced an update to their Fire TV Cube, which comes roughly a year after the original debut. The new model packs a speedy six-core processor that Amazon claims is twice as fast as its quad-core predecessor.

The device also supports for 4K and Dolby Vision HDR content up to 60 frames per second is in tow, as is a far-field microphone array for voice commands.

The new Fire TV Cube is available for preorder starting at $120 (£110), and it’ll hit store shelves in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Germany on October 10 (and Japan on November 5). Alternatively, you can pick one up bundled with Amazon’s Ring video doorbell for $250.

A total of 15 Fire Edition TVs, from brands like Skyworth, Arcelik, Insignia, TPV, Compal, and MediaMarktSaturn, including a 10-speaker, 4K OLED Grundig model in both 55- and 65-inch versions starting at €1,200 for a base model (or €1,300 for far-field voice control) and lower-end models starting at $260 (€239). JVC’s new 4K LED set will hit U.K. shores for £349, from retailer Currys PC World, while Toshiba’s 65-inch Fire TV panel with Dolby Vision will go on sale this October for $599.