Roku 4 Media-Streaming Device for 4K UHD TVs
The Roku 4 connects directly to your UHD TV via HDMI, providing access to thousands of streaming channels, such as Netflix, Hulu, and HBO GO. The included remote control is also enhanced with voice search, which helps you find entertainment without having to type out letters or send off another messenger pigeon.
Tons of Content
With the Roku 4, you can select movies and TV shows from a smorgasbord of more than 3,000 streaming channels and then enjoy them in up to 4K HD picture quality. Radio, news, and sports are available for the picking as well, turning your TV into a media hub ideal for binge-watching marathons or even providing background music. If you’re waiting for something to arrive online, just add it to the Roku Feed, and the Roku will let you know when there’s something new on one of your channels.
Navigate with the Enhanced Remote Control…
Sure, you can point the remote anywhere to surf through channels, but why do that when you can simply vocalize your request at the remote itself. Voice search comes built in to the Roku 4’s remote, as does motion control functionality for more immersive gaming experiences. If it’s late at night, plug the included earbuds into the remote’s headphone jack to stream audio without disturbing others.
…Or Use Your Smartphone as a Remote
If your remote’s batteries are dead or the remote has fallen deep within the couch cushions, never fear. Compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones, the free Roku mobile app offers the same button controls and voice search as the remote, as well as letting you add channels and send photos, videos, and other media to the TV.
- Model number: 4400R
- Point-anywhere enhanced remote with voice search, headphone jack, and motion control
- IR receiver compatible with various universal remotes
- Supported resolution: up to 1080p on HDTVs; up to 4K Ultra HD @ 60fps on 4K UHD TVs
- 802.11ac MIMO dual-band wireless
- 10/100 Base-T Ethernet in case you don’t have WiFi
- Digital over HDMI audio output (Dolby surround pass-through)
- MicroSD card slot
- USB port with MP4, MKV, MP3, AAC, JPG, and PNG support
- 12V–1A power adapter
- Some channels may require cable subscription or additional fees (not included)
- Product dimensions: 6.5”x6.5”x0.8”
- Product weight: 14oz.
- Product condition: new
- 1 year warranty from Roku
In the box: Roku 4, remote, in-ear headphones, 2 AA batteries (for remote), 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.
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