Prime Day has officially finished, but there are still a few Prime Day deals available on Roku products. If you’re keen to buy a new streaming device or upgrade an existing one, there are plenty of great choices here, including discounts on the Roku Express and Roku Streaming Stick+, and Roku TVs.
At these prices, there’s no excuse to be stuck with a bad streaming experience, but you’ll have to act fast — these deals are almost over.
Today’s best Prime Day Roku deals
- Roku Express (2019) — $25, was $30
- Roku Ultra 2020 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision Streaming Media Player with Voice Remote — $93, was $100
- JVC 32" Class HD (720p) Roku Smart LED TV — $99, was $150
- 43-inch Westinghouse FX FHD Roku TV — $210, was $280
- 40-inch RCA FHD Roku TV — $259, was $299
- 50-inch TCL 4-Series 4K Roku TV — $319, was $379
- 24-inch onn. 720P HD LED Roku Smart TV — $96, was $89
What are the most popular Roku products?
There are plenty of different Roku products out there, all with very similar purposes — to make streaming easy. Whether you’re adding streaming to a non-smart TV or want to switch away from your smart TV’s interface, there’s something for you here.
The budget Roku — the Roku Express — is a good starting place for those looking for something simple. Just connect to your TV with the included HDMI cable and you’re good to go with streaming through various popular apps. A simple remote paves the way here, making it a breeze to negotiate menus of everything from Netflix to Disney+, Apple TV+, and more.
Alternatively, there’s the Roku Streaming Stick+, which is a little fancier. It has 4K and HDR support so if you have a 4K TV, this is a no-brainer of a choice. It means you get a superior picture on all your streaming services while also enjoying the benefits of a simple to use remote and a simple interface too. It’s generally one of the most reliable options in the Roku family, suitable for mostly everyone — and it’s ultra-portable for when you travel.
While Roku might be best known for small streaming sticks, it also has products like the Roku Ultra. This streaming media player is a lot like the Apple TV with a powerful processor that means it’s super speedy as you navigate menus. You can hook it up to your network via wireless or Ethernet, plus there are voice controls to save you needing to dig the remote out. It’s ideal for more serious streaming fans.
Keep in mind, there are currently two versions of the Ultra. The 2019 version will be a great deal right now, but the 2020 version offers Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and Bluetooth — three features you won’t find on the 2019 model.
That’s not forgetting the latest Roku Streambar, which works as a smart soundbar providing powerful Dolby Audio for your TV alongside all the benefits that come from streaming services. It’s easy to perfect your sound ensuring that the device automatically lowers loud commercial noises while boosting the volume of voices when you’re watching your favorite shows. You can even optimize it for when you’re watching something late at night and don’t want to disturb the rest of the household.
Finally, if you’re in the market for a new TV, why not make it a TV that has Roku built-in? With Roku TVs from brands like TCL, Hisense, JVC, and RCA, these smart TVs have all of the power of a Roku device, at incredibly affordable prices.
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