The new Amazon Fire TV Cube (3rd Gen) is here to make streaming devices more interesting. Not only does it pack a feature to make older sub-HD and HD content look sharper, but it’s making HDMI-port juggling a little easier, too. 

One of the highlights of the new device, the Fire TV Cube’s up-scaling trick sounds pretty impressive (plus, the Apple TV 4K and Roku Ultra lack this functionality), as it’s the kind of feature that was previously limited to the Nvidia Shield TV. It’s dubbed Super Resolution Upscaling and it offers greater detail, contrast, and clarity on old family photos or videos that might have been shot before the arrival of 4K.