Roku Express 4K+ 2021 | Streaming Media Player HD/4K/HDR with Smooth Wireless Streaming and Roku Voice Remote with TV Controls, Includes Premium HDMI Cable

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Roku Express 4K+ is the easy way to start streaming in brilliant 4K picture and vivid HDR color. Enjoy a smooth streaming experience with faster wireless performance, even with multiple streaming devices connected to your network. Power up your TV, adjust the volume, and control your streaming…

3 thoughts on “Roku Express 4K+ 2021 | Streaming Media Player HD/4K/HDR with Smooth Wireless Streaming and Roku Voice Remote with TV Controls, Includes Premium HDMI Cable

5 out of 5
  1. Pretty pissed right now. Purchased this mainly to stream YouTube TV in my bedroom and guess what…ROKU no longer supports the YouTube TV app. Thanks for wasting my time ROKU! Will be sending this back.

  2. I have both the Fire Stick 4k + and the Roku Express 4k +. Both provide a brilliant picture. However after watching the Roku for a few days I give it the edge. The picture has more depth and at times appears three dimensional. The menu is not Amazon centric like the Fire Stick. Very happy with the Roku.

  3. I used a TIVO Series 2 for about 10 years, but ultimately our viewing habits shifted from broadcast to streaming. The TIVO Series 2 struggles with streaming and has limited streaming channels. Ultimately I discontinued my TIVO service, my TV service, returned a rented adapter card, and began using the Roku. So, everything I have to say about the Roku is in comparison to the TIVO series 2… take it for what it’s worth.The first thing I noticed was the ROKU loads and responds to commands very quickly, no spinning hourglasses, everything is very fast. Second, the picture quality is much better. The TIVO must have been doing some compression or something… the same shows on the ROKU have better color definition and are far crisper. The voice search has been faultless. The TV power/volume worked immediately without any special configuration. I only have one negative and it is very minor: The included HDMI cable is very short and thin. Maybe it’s ‘high quality’ but it doesn’t look like it. I didn’t use it because I had better cables on the shelf. The USB cable for power is on the short side as well, also used a longer spare. These are very minor things. I’m thrilled… I guess my savings is going to be about $60/month.

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