Several new streaming devices have launched or are launching within a month of one another, cramming in new specs and features while driving down prices to compete with one another. We're weighing the best dongles, sticks and devices from Amazon, Google, Apple, Roku, Nvidia and other major tech players to decide which streaming device is the best for you.
Chromecast and Roku are two of the most popular solutions for streaming digital media on your TV, and the new Chromecast with Google TV challenges Roku by adding an actual streaming platform to go with its casting. We're here to weigh how Google TV compares with Roku's Channel Store, and which platform is the best streaming option for upgrading any 4K TV in your home.
Both the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K and the Roku Streaming Stick 4K offer a high-quality streaming experience at an affordable price. But which device is best for you? Here, we break down the specifics of each streaming stick so that you can make an informed decision.
Roku's streaming devices let you watch the latest TV shows and movies on popular streaming services like Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+, and Hulu. We're taking a look at all the best current deals on Roku's devices so you can make your TV smarter at a discount.
There are many streaming services out there, and keeping track of your favorite shows across each service can be tough. Roku has done an excellent job of corralling all of the best into an easy-to-use interface, and with the Streaming Stick+, you get to watch it all in 4K and HDR.
While Roku no longer allows users to sideload third-party apps, you still have the option to stream content from those platforms in other ways. With that in mind, here's what you need to do to cast and screen mirror from your phone to a Roku device.
Roku sells two soundbars: the Roku Streambar and the new Roku Streambar Pro (2021), with very similar features and specs. Both give you access to 4K Roku streaming, so which should you buy? We break down everything you need to know.