Roku Streaming Stick 4K | Streaming Device 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision with Roku Voice Remote and TV Controls
- Hides behind your TV: The all-new design plugs right into your TV with a simple setup
- Super-fast startup: Start streaming channels like Disney plus, Prime Video, HBO Max, Apple TV plus, Netflix, Sling, and Hulu in a snap—just turn on your TV
- Long-range Wi-Fi: Enjoy fast, smooth TV streaming in any room with a strong Wi-Fi connection, now up to 2x faster
- No more juggling remotes: Power up your TV, adjust the volume, and control your Roku Streaming Stick with the Roku remote
- Voice search & control: Quickly search, play entertainment, and control your streaming device with the voice remote
- Breathtaking picture: Stream in 4K, Dolby Vision, and HDR10 plus with sharp resolution and vivid color
- Watch what you love: Upgrade your streaming with a massive selection of free, live, and premium TV, including Roku Originals and 275 plus free Live TV channels on The Roku Channel
- Works with popular voice assistants: Enjoy easy voice control with Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant
Last updated on 27 марта, 2023 11:07 Details
Roku Streaming Stick 4K | Streaming Device 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision with Roku Voice Remote and TV Controls
Specification: Roku Streaming Stick 4K | Streaming Device 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision with Roku Voice Remote and TV Controls
8 reviews for Roku Streaming Stick 4K | Streaming Device 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision with Roku Voice Remote and TV Controls
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Laura Rocha –
Nunca había comprado un reproductor de estos pero lo necesitaba, me pareció que el precio era alto pero definitivamente vale la pena pagarlo.
No he tenido ningún problema de conexión, no cuando comparto pantalla desde el ipad.
El control es sencillo de usar y ligero y el comando de voz sirve a la perfección.
Ya incluye el Disney+ y yo descargué el HBO+ Y Crunchyroll desde la app y sirve muy bien.
Estoy muy satisfecha con la compra lo recomiendo bastante.
Angel Rico –
Es un aparato muy bueno, tenía mis dudas sobre el control remoto ya que el stick queda atrás del TV, pero funciona perfecto, agarra muy buena señal WiFi y en si la interfaz es muy rápida, cuando prendes la TV tarda 10segs en entrar para poder seleccionar una app, yo lo compré mas que nada por F1TV pero hay mas apps que el televisor smart convencional no tiene y sin duda vale la pena. Recomendado
Este modelo lo compre en Amazon Estados Unidos y tardo 5 dias en llegar a mi domicilio, el software se actualiza automáticamente a la region de México, es la versión 2021 y se nota la fluidez en la apps y velocidad de wifi, ademas de ser un producto compacto.
With prices rising everywhere, my parents decided it was time to cut the cable to minimize unnecessary expenses. they didn’t think it was worth continuing to pay so much every month for only a handful of channels they watched. They quickly started to get bored of not having anything to watch and asked me for help to try and find them a more cost-effective solution. I looked around and found this as an alternative to high monthly cable bills and decided to give it a go. The device itself has an easy setup and there aren’t any visible cables sticking out from the back, making the room and TV mount area look less cluttered and easier to dust and clean. They like the fact that they can subscribe to only what they want to watch without having extra channels that they don’t need, it makes finding content easier for them, and even get recommendations for other content that they might enjoy. They also really like that the TV goes into a «screen saver» mode when they step away for a bit but are able to pick right back up where they left off without interruptions. Their favorite feature is the remote and how easy navigating the content is with it. It’s very user intuitive and can even control the volume on multiple devices with one remote automatically. The reason why the device is a bit finicky though is that it will suddenly freeze during an episode and the workaround can be a bit frustrating. Turning it off and on seemed to work at first, but then we found ourselves having to unplug the device itself from the TV and then plug it back in which becomes tedious when watching something suspenseful or scary and having to repeat the process over time. Overall, it’s an okay device if you’re looking to cut costs and get the job done.
I bought this because I have an old sharp TV that’s HD but it’s not smart. I have tried in it my parents simple Roku and it worked great but I noticed that my USB port doesn’t give enough power to the Roku, and it started to shut down from time to time, the same was to this 4K roku. And I don’t mind having to plug in the wifi cord into the ac power. BUT the wire is super short so I have to plug the USB with the wifi in the very corner, this way the USB and all the wires are visible, like, I should have saved $20 and bought the simple version. Also sometimes I turn the TV on and it doesn’t recognize the Roku I have to unplug the wifi cable and then plug it again so the Roku SW starts, and tbh it’s really annoying. After a 12 hrs shift sometimes all I want is get home, turn the TV on while I rest my body but now I have to move things around before so. Not to mention that I thought since it was more expensive the platform would be better but not. Roku needs to update their user experience, the apps have stars but I can’t read the reviews on them. Also if the platform was customizable that would be awesome. At this point Roku you should hire me as a project engineer bcs you have lots of areas of opportunity.
Anyways, it gets the job done and that’s why I’m not returning it. It does look very hd in my 53″ tv, it is faster than the simple Roku and once pluged into the ac it gets better and even faster. And later I’m gonna buy and extension so I can hide the wires. Would recommend? Maybe. If you have an ac power near your tv, and if you don’t mind moving and etc. Also keep in mind that if your tv is old or even remotely old (mine is 7 y/o my parents TV is 4 y/o) and live in a hot environment with no Air conditioner it might get hot and shut down.
He probrado el stick de amazon, y el roku es mucho mejor, en prime day lo conseguí por 600 pesos vendido por amazon USA, es 4K y la verdad la calidad de imagen es genial, el control es pequeño pero se siente resistente. La interfaz si esta fea, pero es lo de menos para mí. La configuración es mas lenta que con el fire stick ya que ese hasta configurado lo puedes pedir, pero no me afecta, en un par de minutos está listo. Me encanta la app de roku, puedes controlar tu tv, usar el teclado del celular y quitar o agregar apps, ¡y hasta usar auriculares! para no molestar a nadie. Tambien tiene función de pantalla inalambrica que puedes usar con android, ios y windows. Solo le echo en falta la app de star+ que ya existe pero en beta, hay que esperar que liberen.
El Producto es muy bueno, presenta todo lo que ofrece, Roku es una linea de aparatos excelente, el esclador de 4K muy bien , las dos bandas de conexion Wifi permiten una conexion mas estable, y las mayoria de app estan disponibles, Netflix, Prime video, Hbo MAX, Crunchyroll, Funimetion, Disney Plus, Pluto tv, solo falta STAR Plus esa no esta disponible, factor a considerar, se añadio en esta version el poder encender el HDR de forma permanente o apagarlo, es al gusto, cuenta con formato Dolby Vision la version mas actualizada de alta defincion, el control esta bien, sencillo como todas las versiones de Roku, lo puedes enlazar con la tv, en este caso fue LG y si logro controlar el volumen y el enceder y apagar sin ningun problemas eso provoca mejor comidad, detalle se calienta bastante el aparato nada fuera de lo normal, por lo que decidi conlocar un extensor de HDMI para reducir el impacto del calor en la tv, se puede elazar con eco dot Alexa esta lo controla de forma correcta y los comandos son sencillos responden muy bien punto para Roku, Alexa hace la mayor parte, puede encender, apagar, cambiar, abrir y cerrar app, cuenta tambien con formatos de audios muy buenos, segun tu reproductor de sonido, en general recomiendo el producto, llego de Estados Unidos en el tiempo correcto y sin ningun problema muy protegido y cuidado, buen Aparato, para renovar tu tv antigua o para explotar las versiones nuevas de tv con 4k el escalador del roku es superior al 4k nativo de la mismas tv. sin duda un aparato bastante bueno.
I’ve had experience with a number of devices, and this one is my favorite.
Fast streaming/minimal lag
Easy to navigate
Access to shows of interest
Ability to preview as i fast forward or rewind
Can’t preview or issues with some of the apps that was frustrating. it wanted to rewind or fast foward instead of clicking to the screen section you wanted with a preview. This really killed the device for me.
Easy to overshoot if you used the finger swipe option to quickly move fast-forward or rewind.
User interface, for the most part is decent and fast except for how navigates while playing.
Built to sell products instead of show shows, laggy, and for whatever reason I hated interacting with this device. Not being able to easily access the content I wanted due to poor organization really rubbed me the wrong way.
Pro — ability to bootleg shows, but not something I’m into and I only checked this out during the first weeks of covid.
I want to emphasize the lag issues. This is built as cheap as possible to minimally meet requirements to function and it shows.
So, now that I have the other devices out of the way, and ignore my LG streaming which is my favorite, I’ll speak to this device and why it has my vote.
This device is surprisingly fast. I didn’t expect a device that was almost as responsive as my apple TV and LG TV. This is slightly slower but barely and no lag which is the most critical thing for me.
We got this for the British Bake-off access which led to an unexpected cool thing. The discovery of the free shows, if you don’t absolutely hate commercials. For the complete British Bake-off experience, we mute the commercials. So, the additional channels that Roku provides has made it continue to be useful.
Roku allows a preview of channels as I fast forward through it.
Roku does have an issues with some apps where I need to log out and go back in so the remote works correctly. I’m not sure if that’s a bad app issue or the device but a quick back and in fixes. The apple device has never crashed or become buggy on me. The Firestick has, but it’s cheap.
The price is significantly cheaper than apple making the Roku a no brainer.
Unlike the apple TV, which requires counter space, this plugs into the back of the TV and is hidden away.
Now, an issue I had when I first turned on is that my remote was not communicating with the device. I was extremely annoyed as this was an early Christmas present for my wife, and I wanted it to function within a certain time window so a return and replace would have ruined it. The device showed the remotes power but didn’t communicate. After resetting the device, the remote works fine now. If you run into an issue, try resetting the device.
4k streaming? It’s okay. I didn’t do a side by side. It has 4k.
Navigation? It’s simple enough but could be made better. I thought the last version of the Fire TV was worse. The apple TV does shine in this area on most apps I played with. My biggest gripe with navigation in Roku is that marking something as favorite and then LOCATING the favorites from Roku’s channels and free shows, was not intuitive. I did eventually find my favorites, but that was frustrating. Additionally, the channel/app/inventory searching involves clicking to the right instead of down.
So, speed is slightly less than Apple, but barely. Navigation is slightly less easy based on the layout vs apple, and i think it’s better than the Fire the last time I used that thing. The Roku has a nice access to misc. free channels. Its price is a quarter of Apple. The fire TV? I don’t consider these two in the same league.
So, if you’re picking up a streaming device, I’d recommend the Roku over the other devices (except the LG TV native streaming app which is the best I’ve used). Performance and price are good. The only reason to avoid is if it doesn’t have access to what you want to watch. For me, it filled in the gaps and provided baking shows that we otherwise didn’t have access to.