Roku 4: Set to Demolish Its Rivals, Includes Internal Antenna for Improved Signal Strength, And More

Earlier, it was said that the device will release during this fall and will come with massive improvements and features that won’t disappoint the users at all. In the meantime, the company hasn’t at all forgotten about the Roku 3. They have recently added a voice search button along with other features that will keep the users occupied till Roku 4 is released.

The devices from Roku are priced a little higher than its competitors but users still prefer it due to proven reliability and ease of usage. The most affordable Roku till now is the Roku streaming stick priced at $47.50. This is actually higher than Google Chromecast which is priced at $29.99 along with the Amazon Fire TV Stick priced at $39.99.

Compared to those, the Roku 3 is currently priced in markets at $99.99 and current expectations suggest that Roku 4 will have a price tag of $120-$150 when it comes out in the near future. Ever since March 2013, Roku 3 has been the best in streaming and watching media content while being one of the most popular TV set-top boxes.

Stay tuned for more updates on Roku 4!

6 thoughts on “Roku 4: Set to Demolish Its Rivals, Includes Internal Antenna for Improved Signal Strength, And More”

  1. I would like to know if they are going to be able to add a web browser to the new Roku 4? This would be such an achievement if Roku could do this. So many people now stream online website’s for TV viewing. The CBS All Access is nice but they are very misleading, they don’t have all the Season’s on some of their TV series (ex: Criminal Minds this Season 10 they only have 5 episodes out of the whole season 18, 17, 16, 14, & 13) So really their not “All Access” as they state, but if I were to on my web browser I could watch all the prior episodes of the whole Season 10. Doesn’t make sense but that is how it is. Please please add a web browser so that I don’t have to go and buy another computer to hook up to my TV because then I won’t really need the Roku or any other streaming device for that matter. Thank you so much for your help.

  2. If the Roku 4 is a little late… the Roku 3 is still the best combination of player on content available. When they release the Roku 4 it will just take over for Roku 3 as the best on the market.

  3. Does any care about 4K? How much 4K programming is there out there? Granted, that will change in time but it doesn’t interest me right now. Focus on the best experience for people who are using it and don’t become a feature-holic.

  4. The Roku 3 is great for my family. We do not have a 4k set just yet. But it is in the near future. The Roku 4 needs to be more than awesome. An OTA antenna connection would be fabulous too. This would be worth more than Roku could ever dream. Streaming and OTA would decimate the pay TV providers. 4k streaming would be a logical evolution, without it Roku would be no match for pay tv boxes.

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