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Roku 4640XB Ultra Media Player (Refurbished)
TV Tailored to Your Needs
- Provides access to over 4,500 on-demand channels
- Search across the top streaming channels to find the best price and option
- Roku Feed lets you follow movies, TV shows, actors, and directors
- Updates you when new content is ready to stream, or when the price drops
Enjoy TV in HD
- Advanced processing allows for smooth streaming at higher resolutions
- High-quality upscaling for HD content
- Compatible with 4K-enabled TV sets
Enjoy Full Access from Your Couch
- Remote with headphone jack (headphones included) lets you enjoy TV at any time of day
- Voice search feature lets you browse without typing
- Lost remote finder feature
- Model number: 4640XB
- Quad-core processor and 802.11ac dual-band wireless.
- Vibrant HDR
- Dolby audio over HDMI and optical
- 90-days warranty from Roku
- Product condition: refurbished
- Product dimensions: 4.90”x4.90”x0.85”
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