Friday, September 1, 2017

Roku Streaming Stick


Cable TV is getting ridiculously expensive and I am glad there are so many more options that are cheaper and can save money one of those is Roku. I was sent Roku Streaming Stick and features a powerful quad core processor, very portable, point anywhere remote, and great for wall-mounted TVs. What makes us great is you can see amazing content and endless choices you can stream just about anything movies, TV shows, live sports, news, and music. With over 500,000 movies and TV episodes to choose from, you can watch it on your schedule. Find popular choices that you can rent, buy, subscribe to or watch for free.
The way you set this up is you plug it into your TV connect to your Wi-Fi and it goes from there you add your channels you come to your computer added to your account is a very simple process nothing complicated. 


What you get when you buy the Roku Streaming Stick is USB power+ power adapter, Roku Streaming Stick, band wireless, video output, remote control, an audio feature of digital stereo, power consumption of less than 3W, weighs less than 0.6 ounces.


My Opinion: I have set up my Roku player the way I wanted to right now but later on will be adding more to it. I recently lost some of my favorite TV channels as it was getting too expensive with my cable so I was able to watch the first three episodes of Ghosts of Shepherdstown with the Destination America application for free so I was really excited about that. It was a simple process for me to set up to my Wi-Fi and anyone can do it and connect to your wireless in the home internet. The picture is crisp and clear as well.

To see more visit https://www.roku.com

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