Some highly reviewed HD TV sticks are the Amazon Fire, the Roku 3500 and the Google Chromecast. Each of these devices allow users to stream media content to an HD TV. Some allow the user to play media directly from the device.
HD TV sticks are small computing devices that run proprietary operating systems designed for media content consumption on an HD TV. They are called TV sticks because they have an elongated form factor similar to a USB stick, or USB flash drive, and instead of a USB male connector they feature an HDMI male connector for a direct connection to an HDMI port.