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Amazon unveiled its latest hardware product last week, introducing the Fire TV to much media fanfare. The product, which is essentially the company's answer to Apple TV, is a media streaming device that allows consumers to play content from their Amazon library as well as YouTube, Hulu and Netflix. Even if you wanted a Fire TV, though, you currently can't have one if you live in Canada. It's yet another product that we'll experience a delay for (like these ones), or that we won't be getting at all. I've channeled my annoyance with Canadian tech product purchase or use limitations in the gallery that follows. Click through to see what else we're missing out on.