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Roku 3 HD Streaming Player for Prime Members @ Amazon £49.00

£49.00 @ Amazon
Everything you get on Roku 2 + channel shortcut buttons, cast to TV direct from Netflix and Youtube apps, motion controls for games, lightning fast with 5x fast processor, and ethernet, USB & microSD …
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Everything you get on Roku 2 + channel shortcut buttons, cast to TV direct from Netflix and Youtube apps, motion controls for games, lightning fast with 5x fast processor, and ethernet, USB & microSD slot

Enjoy 450+ channels of movies, TV shows, games, music, sports, and more

Ethernet and USB ports

1080p HD

Plug headphones into the remote to watch late-night flicks without disturbing the household

Dual Band Wireless
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#2
Looks like they price matched Tesco deal. It's available on Prime also so think this may be marginally a better deal.
#4
The headphone remote on these is great, got one in my bedroom.
#5
Looks just like the nowtv box. Can someone figure out how to install Roku on nowtv box?
1 Like #6
sam_of_london
Looks just like the nowtv box. Can someone figure out how to install Roku on nowtv box?

Now tv is a Roku just a more basic version
#7
You can sideload a very old version of plex onto a NowTV but it's an archaic version. If you want Plex, nowtv isn't the bext solution, a full blown roku is far better.
#8
Dammit, bought the Roku 2 when it was £40 last week. :(
The 3 has the RF remote which is probably worth the extra.
Wondering about selling the 2 and getting the 3

P.S. The LED light on the 2 is super bright, does anyone know if the 3 is the same?

Edited By: CrazyBob on Dec 04, 2016 16:34
1 Like #9
Or buy a Nowtv box which exactly the same box for £12.50 at currys
#10
U can install Roku channels on.a Nowtv box
1 Like #11
gordondr1980
U can install Roku channels on.a Nowtv box

But only one additional app unless that has changed?
1 Like #12
gordondr1980
Or buy a Nowtv box which exactly the same box for £12.50 at currys


Except that it's different, hence the price difference.
#13
If u dont have prime, go to tesco, same price . .
#14
Would kodi run better on one of these compared to Amazon Fire TV box (version 1)?

Thanks.
#15
cheekster
Would kodi run better on one of these compared to Amazon Fire TV box (version 1)?
Thanks.
Kodi wont run on these at all.
#16
the headphone port on the remote is an awesome USP of this box
#17
Looking for a box for my parents that supports Netflix, Amazon and Now TV that is easy to use so is this overkill?
Don't mind paying more for a stable and easy to use box with a good remote and interface.
Those are about the only things they will use although my mother might want to look at her large photo collection which she would put on a micro SD card so maybe it will be good for browsing those also?
#18
Now £75.99
#19
CrazyBob
Dammit, bought the Roku 2 when it was £40 last week. :(
The 3 has the RF remote which is probably worth the extra.
Wondering about selling the 2 and getting the 3

P.S. The LED light on the 2 is super bright, does anyone know if the 3 is the same?


​The LED on the 3 is just a glow,only bright when powering up.
1 Like #20
Agharta
Looking for a box for my parents that supports Netflix, Amazon and Now TV that is easy to use so is this overkill?
Don't mind paying more for a stable and easy to use box with a good remote and interface.
Those are about the only things they will use although my mother might want to look at her large photo collection which she would put on a micro SD card so maybe it will be good for browsing those also?
Roku is far easier than Amazon fire for one main reason, the layout of apps on the Roku stay where you put them... Amazon menu is ever changing and frustrating when you see something in the sub menu that you want only to find it's not there when you enter forcing you to back out to look again.

Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Dec 06, 2016 17:23
#21
£69.99 now, have marked it as expired.
#22
kiradotee
£69.99 now, have marked it as expired.
Thanks, I thought I had done it.

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