US tech firm Roku Inc. on Wednesday announced its Black Friday streamer for those to get a head start on their shopping lists called the Roku SE streaming player available online for Black Friday weekend priced $25 as against its opriginal price of $49.90
The new Roku SE streaming player Roku OS 7, the company’s newest built-for-TV operating system offers 1080p video streaming and a simple user interface and provides access to nearly 3,000 streaming channels including 300,000 movies and TV episodes.
Compatible with HDMI and analog TVs, the Roku Mobile App for iOS or Android offers mobile access to key features such as Roku Search, Roku Feed, Remote Control, Play on Roku and more, said the company in a statement.
The device enables to cast content from a mobile device to the TV via specific streaming channels or the Roku Mobile App and is useful when you need a new Hotel or Dorm Connect for quick wireless connectivity in locations that require log-in credentials to access the Wi-Fi network.
“The popularity of streaming to the TV continues to grow, and streaming players are sure to be at the top of many holiday wish lists,” said Roku Chief Marketing Officer Matthew Anderson. “The Roku SE player sets a new precedent in streaming player value this Black Friday. From 4K UHD streaming with the new Roku 4, to the simple and portable Roku Streaming Stick, to the affordable Roku SE; there’s a Roku player for everyone.”
The line-up of Roku players online and at major national retailers this holiday season include:
Roku 4 – The best Roku player ever; supports 4K Ultra HD up to 60 fps streaming; features voice search, headphone jack and remote finder
Roku 3 – Lightning fast and loaded; features remote with voice search and headphone jack
Roku 2 – High performance at a great value
Roku 1 – Great value; works with newer HDMI and older composite cable TVs
Roku Streaming Stick – Ideal for wall-mounted TVs; portable and powerful for streaming anywhere, anytime
Roku is the creator of a popular streaming platform for delivering entertainment to the TV, such as streaming players and the Roku Streaming Stick. Available in U.S., Canada, the U.K., the Republic of Ireland, Mexico and France, the Roku Powered program licenses its streaming platform to Pay TV providers around the world who want to use the Internet to deliver entertainment services through streaming players.