Head over to Woot today and grab a new Roku Streaming Stick on sale for $29.99. This same model goes for $40 at most places, including Amazon. The last time it went on sale was back in July. In fact, it more regularly sells as high as $45 or more.
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Roku Streaming Stick portable media streaming device with voice remote
Part of a larger Woot sale that includes other tech deals, the streaming stick is a super affordable way to gain full access to Roku's amazing library of apps and shows. Includes a voice remote, access to the app for private listening, and more.
$40.00 $10 off
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That's just one of the many ways to save at Woot today because the Roku deal is part of a larger sale called "These are a few of Tech's favorite things." It's a one-day sale and many of the items are already selling out, including the more advanced Roku Ultra. Hook yourself up with some headphones, a digital camera, or even a remote control monster truck.
Remember that Woot has a mandatory flat shipping fee on all items. The only real way to get around that is to use your Amazon Prime account. That's another $6 saved right there.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a powerful portable streaming device that comes with a voice remote. You'll be able to navigate to your favorite shows, turn down the volume, and more just by asking. It's also compatible with a free mobile app on iOS and Android devices which has a Private Listening feature so that whatever's playing on the Roku Streaming Stick can only be heard through headphones plugged into your phone. The app works as a remote as well.
You will want to make sure you have an HDCP 2.2 HDMI input on your TV so you can play copyrighted content, but that's pretty common for most TVs. The Streaming Stick plays content up to 1080p and has up-scaling from 720p.
Like any Roku device, you'll be able to use it to access Roku's smart platform with 500,000 movies and TV shows and access to your favorite streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Now.
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