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Roku Premiere Streaming Media Player with 4K Ultra HD Support (Manufacturer Refurbished)
Designed to help streamline home theater setups, the Roku Premiere helps you get the most out of your high-end TV. The compact device uses a quad-core processor to stream an ever-burgeoning array of films and TV shows in cinematic 4K Ultra HD resolution with minimal buffering and lag.
Limitless Streaming Options
With more than 3,500 channels containing over 350,000 movies and TV shows, you’ll never run out of things to watch. Pull up Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, or another streaming channel, and you’ll be set for a day of binge-watching without renting DVDs or grappling with a cable box.
Find Your Favorites
Roku’s search feature lets you browse its top channels for your favorite shows, actors, and genres. The results will show you where something can be watched, and whether or not it requires a payment or subscription. Add favorite searches to the Roku Feed, which shows up on your home screen and alerts you when and where new films and shows are available.
Unlike monstrous universal remotes with their own LED touchscreens, the Roku remote is simple and swift, with purple navigation buttons and shortcuts to favorite streaming channels at the bottom. If you connect your smartphone via a free iOS or Android app, you can find shows even faster using voice search.
- Product number: 4620
- Supports 4K UHD picture resolution (on compatible TVs)
- Upscales 1080p images to near-4K quality
- Provides access to more than 350,000 movies and TV episodes available on more than 3,500 streaming channels (subscriptions not included)
- Supports 802.11ac WiFi
- Remote with channel shortcut buttons
- Product dimensions: 4.9”x4.9”x0.85”
- Weight: 7.8oz.
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- 90-day warranty from Roku
In the box: Roku Premiere streaming media player, 2 AAA batteries, IR remote control, owner’s manual, and power adapter
With the advent of streaming entertainment over the Internet, many viewers turned from their TVs to their computers to take in favorite shows and movies. Though this blew open the doors to tons of content that was previously hard to find, the small flickering laptop screen didn’t really hold a candle to the television. Roku reversed this situation with the release of a device that used a home Internet connection to stream Netflix content to a TV. Since then, its set-top boxes and streaming sticks have expanded their reach to bring Hulu, YouTube, and thousands of other streaming channels to cord-cutters everywhere. Countless hours of sports, movies, TV, and music—much of it free—is now available to Roku owners without a cable subscription, and fans have responded, streaming more than 3 billion hours of content in 2014. Today Roku also works on Internet connection software inside the TV itself, building out smart TV capability for brands such as Sharp, Haier, and Insignia.
Online content isn’t just for computers anymore—you can watch it all on the big screen with the right streaming device. Learn which one is best for your home theater with this helpful guide.
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