Roku Ultra

Sep 27, 2016

Category: Tech

Great big 4K Ultra HD televisions are great. That is, until you try and stream anything on them without the right equipment. In that case, they might as well be a big, expensive toaster oven. If really you want to get the most out of your fancy TV, you may want to take a look at the Roku Ultra.

This device promises to deliver some of the highest quality streaming content right to your 4K and HDR capable television thanks to a hefty quad-core processor, and dual band wireless connection. All you need to do to set the piece of equipment up is to connect it to a power outlet, your home internet, and then into your TV via the HDMI input. Once all queued up, you can browse through dedicated 4K Spotlight channel and use your screen to its full potential. In addition to getting a crisp, bright, full color image, the Roku Ultra also makes it easy for you to find your remote if you misplace it, search by voice command, and there’s even a headphone jack for private listening once the kids are tucked in. Definitely better than a toaster oven. Prices are set at $130. [Purchase]

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