Get your streaming fix with these small Roku devices at even lower prices.
It's Prime Day time again, with the promise of big discounts on electronics and other gadgets. One of the categories where prices always drop during the major shopping events is streaming boxes, as they are a popular impulse purchase to adapt to the shortcomings of most built-in TV solutions.
During Prime Big Deal Days, you can purchase a renowned streaming device from Roku at a significant discount, regardless of whether you want to stream in HD 1080p or 4K.
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Roku Express HD
Save $8 on the new Roku Express HD streaming device and give an old TV some slimmer. Perfect for the guest room or kitchen, or anywhere else you want to catch up on your streaming backlog. The new Roku Express is an affordable way to breathe new life into an old TV. During Prime Day you can save $8 off the usual price. That's not quite the lowest price we've ever seen it drop to, but it's pretty close.
For that, you get 1080p streaming that works with all major streaming services, including Disney+ and Netflix. This streaming device may be small in size but big on value, with support for favorite Roku features like private listening on mobile, automatic software updates, and a massive selection of free live TV channels that you won't find any way. other streaming box.
Roku Express 4K+
Roku's cheapest 4K-compatible streaming box is even more affordable with $10 off for Prime Big Deal Days. You get HDR, 4K streaming, and it's USB powered, although you'll need a 1A adapter as most TV ports are only 500mAh. The Roku Express 4K+ is one of our favorite streaming devices, partly because it's easy to set up and operate. It can stream content in 4K and HDR, and Roku's built-in search makes it easy to find what you want to watch. Roku has upgraded the wireless connectivity so it won't struggle with 4K streaming, and you can get $10 off the usual price during Prime Day. That's 25% off the usual price, meaning you'll get easier streaming for your money. It also works with Apple AirPlay and HomeKit and both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. If you feel like you'd rather get a new TV instead of a streaming stick, you can check out our Prime Day TV deals hub to find the best discounts.
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