Seiko, Westinghouse and Element Electronics announced a series of 4k sets with Amazon Fire TV technology built-in. The series includes Amazon’s interface, along with support for a voice remote with Amazon Alexa. The new Amazon Fire TV series will allow customers access to a selection of streaming and over-the-air content in one place, including more than 6,000 channels, apps and live TV broadcasts when used with a separate HD antenna.

The programming guide makes it easy to find what to watch, and thanks to the voice remote with Alexa, you can use your voice to launch apps, search content and play music.

"Teaming up with brands including Seiki, Westinghouse and Element on a new range of smart TVs allows Amazon to deliver an experience that's familiar and easy to use," said Marc Whitten, vice president, Amazon Fire TV. "Fire TV Edition offers access to a great selection of streaming and over-the-air TV and movies, Alexa for easy voice search and content control, and the many other features and experiences customers have come to expect from the best-selling line of Amazon Fire TV products."

While the companies haven’t talked pricing or release dates, you can expect to buy them “later this year.” As of right now, there will only be 43-, 50-, 55- and 65-inch models. Since these brands focus on low-cost TVs, you probably won’t have to worry about paying premium prices for Amazon features.

Amazon Prime members will also have unlimited access to Prime Video, which features thousands of movies and popular TV episodes. In addition, Prime members can get HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ, PBS Kids and more.