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About this item
Roku Premiere delivers many entertainment choices at your finger tips. It gives you up to 4K ultra HD quality at a nice price. The Roku streaming player provides availability to 350,000+ paid or free movies and television episodes. It is suitable for use in any room in your home and has a very fast quad-core processor. This TV streaming player is easy to set up and use and lets you choose an iOS or Android mobile app for sharing pictures, searching by voice and more. There aren't any monthly rental fees and it lets you view everything with simple navigation.
- Roku streaming player lets you get powerful streaming performance and stunning 4K resolution at an amazing value
- The new Roku Premiere is for HD and 4K Ultra HD TVs
- It comes with a fast quad-core processor for ultra-smooth streaming
- TV streaming player offers brilliant 4K Ultra HD picture quality that immerses you in the action with crisp, life-like images that practically jump off the screen
- There are no monthly rental fees for owning a Roku Premiere, so you can watch just about anything with access to 350,000+ movie and TV episodes across 3,500+ paid or free channels
- Use the free iOS or Android Roku mobile app for voice search, sharing photos, private listening with headphones and more
|Manufacturer Part Number:||4620RW|
|Contained Battery Type:||Alkaline|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||7.00 x 7.10 x 2.40 Inches|
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Q. do you have to have internet service from comcast for this to work, i just bought a roku tv, but the cable company wants a lot of money. i s this all
- you need to have internet service for roku to work.by jorge11/23/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have no idea what is going on with Walmart dot com. I have answered this question before and the answer NEVER shows. You must have high speed Internet to use ANY Roku unit. Buying another Roku unit would be money wasted if you do not have high speed Internet.by DV12311/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- One other difference. The Premiere Plus has a slot for a 2GB MicroSD memory card while the Premiere does not. The additional memory is used to store channel information once you add a whole bunch of channels, such as hundreds of channels. Adding the memory card only speeds up channel loading of new or infrequently used channels and has no other impact. Once you add a whole bunch of channels and begin to see a spinning circle when selecting an infrequently used channel then the channel is re-installing because the channel memory is full. If the extra 5 to 10 seconds matters to you then it is time to add a $5 memory chip.by DV12311/23/2016Was this answer helpful? (5) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- There are a few differences. The Premier Plus model has an Ethernet port and a built in Wi-Fi receiver, so it will work with WI-Fi or hard wired to the Internet with an Ethernet cable. The Premier Plus uses a radio frequency earphone capable remote so the Roku box can be placed out of sight or even attached with Velcro to the back of the set out of sight and still work great while you can hear anything played on the Roku through the earphones that plug into the remote. The Premiere Plus also has a built in infrared receiver so you can use programmable infrared remotes with it if you ever need to do so. The less costly Premiere is Wi-Fi only and uses an infrared remote that is not earphone enabled, so the unit must be line of sight to the remote. Otherwise both units have the same 4K video output capability and up scale 720p to 1080p and up scale both 720p and 1080p to 4K 60fps Ultra HD on 4K UHDTV sets. Both have the same quad core processor and beefier memory making either a good choice for streaming from resource intensive HUB style channels like SLING TV or Time Warner Cable or other cable providers that have a Roku Hub channel application. Which to get depends on whether you need the earphone capable radio frequency remote and Ethernet port on the Plus model. If you do not need the Ethernet port or the earphone capable remote you can save a few bucks on the basic Premier model. Also as a benefit the remote batteries will last much longer in the infrared remote of the cheaper model. I would not attempt streaming any Hub channel with anything less than either of the Premiere models unless you want endless aggravation including slow performance, screen freezes, pixelation, etc.by DV12311/23/2016Was this answer helpful? (10) (0)Was this answer helpful?