Roku Express

For many years Roku has been offering consumers a convenient and cost effective streaming experience from the comfort of home using nothing more than an internet connection and now this is easier than ever with their new Roku Express.

For the unaccustomed, Roku devices give you access to 150,000+ movies and TV episodes from top free and paid channels, including popular channels like Netflix, Google Play, and YouTube as well as some great sport channels including MLB TV and content from the NBA and the NHL.

The big selling point with their devices is ease of set up and with their new Roku Express device, it couldn’t be any easier. You simply take their very compact streaming player, connect it your TV using the included HDMI cable and power up the unit. The Roku device will guide you through a very simple registration process via click and point and before too long you will be streaming content of your choice without a costly monthly subscription fee.

The system navigation is very intuitive with a click and search functionality and you can even download their iOS or Android app directly on to your phone to both control the unit and search for content if you so desire.

There is a lot to like about the Roku Express, first, it only costs $39.99 which is a deal for such a powerful piece of hardware that can stream in 1080p quality. As mentioned you also get an included HDMI cable, so no need for any annoying addons to make this thing work and even better you get digital stereo quality sound through the cable, so you get both the best picture and sound possible. The only caveat to any streaming device is the reliance upon an internet connection, so make sure you have enough bandwidth and adequate speed to get the best out of this device.

The Roku Express is a cost effective and powerful streaming device that welcomes new streaming users into this world with a warm hug instead of a cold shoulder and we thoroughly recommend checking it out.

BUY yours here – Roku Express | 5X more powerful HD Streaming (2017)


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