Roku 4 - A fantastic media streamer for Today
Cable television is dead now and consolidating all your various streaming services is a most cost-effective way to have fun all the day. Its a serious entertainment fix for future. The Roku 3 lets you do all that with 1080p HD videos, extended range dual band wireless performances and a remote with a headphone jack for those late night movie lovers. 

Upgraded to its predecessor Roku 2 XS, the Roku 3 has a Faster Ethernet port, a MicroSD card slot and a USB port but without A/V output. Meaning you will only be able to use the Roku 3 with HD TVs. Just simply connect the device to your TV with an HDMI cable, plug it in and switch it on, you're all set to go.
The Roku 3 may well be discontinued, but as many households still make use of Roku's small set-top box, it's certainly worth considering if you get hands on. To replace the Roku 3, Roku released the Roku Express and Roku Streaming Stick+ with better picture and streaming features. 

Compared to the competition, this pebble sized streamer is smaller than both the Amazon Fire TV and the Google Nexus Player. Like many other streamers, the Roku 3 uses the internet to pull the content. 

Sounds amazing? See which Roku fits your requirements.

Roku 3

Roku 4

Roku 4 | HD and 4K UHD Streaming Media Player with Enhanced Remote (Voice Search, Lost Remote Finder, and Headphone), Quad-Core Processor, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and USB Port. See Deals

Roku Ultra

Roku Ultra | 4K/HDR/HD streaming player with Enhanced remote (voice, remote finder, headphone jack, TV power and volume), Ethernet, MicroSD, and USB. See Deals

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