Roku Express – HD Streaming Player

June 3, 2017 - Comment

Get the Roku streaming player experience at an incredible price. The all-new Roku Express―1080p HD streaming made easy. Set-up is effortless. Kick back and enjoy access to 450,000+ movies and TV episodes across 4,500+ paid or free channels, including Netflix, Video, Hulu, PBS KIDS, and more. There are no monthly rental fees for owning a

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(as of September 20, 2017 9:54 pm UTC - Details)

Get the Roku streaming player experience at an incredible price. The all-new Roku Express―1080p HD streaming made easy. Set-up is effortless. Kick back and enjoy access to 450,000+ movies and TV episodes across 4,500+ paid or free channels, including Netflix, Video, Hulu, PBS KIDS, and more. There are no monthly rental fees for owning a Roku Express-it’s so affordable, you can make every TV in your home smart. And because it’s from Roku, you’ll get great features like an easy-to-use remote, simple navigation, and unbiased search across top channels. Watch what you love and spend only what you want.

Product Features

  • The all-new Roku Express delivers fast HD streaming at an incredible price.
  • There are no monthly rental fees for owning a Roku Express-it’s so affordable, you can make every TV in your home smart.
  • Because Roku Express is from Roku, you’ll get great features like an easy-to-use remote, simple navigation, and unbiased search across top channels.
  • Refer manual before use for troubleshooting steps

Phil says:

Still an excellent choice all around especially being the cheapest streaming device right now I ended up buying this from a big box store since it’s still not in stock for Amazon. 

hex2099 says:

Yes, buy it, you’ll love it! I’m already a big fan of Roku, so when I saw this, I decided to give it a try. One thing to keep in mind, this one is 720p and 1080p, no 4K. Works for me, all of my TVs are 1080p. It’s small size is great for when we go on trips. All you need is the USB cable as it can draw power from it, no need to bring the power supply. In a hotel room just plug it up, connect to the WiFi, and I have all my Netflix, Hulu, etc. for relaxing in the room at the end of the day. Since it draws power from the TV,…

Mary C. says:

Great Budget Option I prefer Roku devices over the Chromecast. So, if you are on a really tight budget I would definitely buy this device. If you have an extra $20 buy the Roku Streaming Stick.The main shortcoming of the Roku Express is the remote, uses an IR blaster, which has to be pointed very near exactly at the device.

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