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ROKU Premiere 4K HDR Streaming Media Player £29.99 @ Currys PC World
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ROKU Premiere 4K HDR Streaming Media Player £29.99 @ Currys PC World

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Good price for this 4K device with free delivery or click & collect from Currys

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Description:

4K and HDR streaming is made easy with Roku Premiere. With access to over 150,000 movies and TV shows from the likes of BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV, and NOW TV, you'll never be stuck for anything to watch again.

Finding what you want is easy as Roku will search across all channels and show you where you can stream content for free or at the lowest cost.

Setup is simple and you'll be ready to go in minutes. Download the Roku app to control the box from your phone, cast your screen, and to listen to shows over headphones (so everyone else can sleep peacefully).

Product features:

  • Stream 4K HDR content to your TV
  • WiFi
  • Voice search via app
  • Screen casting
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DanPitney12/02/2020 08:47

My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to g …My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to get this or chromecast?


I have the standard Roku Express (a non-4K version which is often on sale for £20), so I tested casting to it just for you! Casting Windows 10 wirelessly had too much latency to be usable as a desktop extension, the mouse lagged way behind my movements, but the picture was OK, casting my Android phone screen was much better and more usable as a barely-delayed reflection of what you were doing, casting a Youtube video worked perfectly just like a Chromecast does.

If the price is similar I don't really know what the selling point would be for a Chromecast except for it being invisible, though Roku also have other options for that. Casting functionality is so common now that a Chromecast doesn't have much of a place in the world when that's all it does, to me.

I think Roku is a no-brainer anyway if the purpose is watching TV, because it's the only device which can reliably get all the major streaming services.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 12th Feb
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1p cheaper at Amazon
Hammerit4402/02/2020 11:47

1p cheaper at Amazon


Ignored, ‘cos your comment is not worth tuppence ha’penny!
smallsteve02/02/2020 12:11

Ignored, ‘cos your comment is not worth tuppence ha’penny!


You ignored but made a comment ok makes sense bye
What's the difference between this 1 and the roku 4k streaming stick
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Dual band WiFi (2.4 and 5) and voice search mainly.
Tanker1102/02/2020 11:46

[Image] I saw it was available at Currys on this …[Image] I saw it was available at Currys on this thread.....https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/roku-premiere-hd-4k-hdr-streaming-media-player-for-2999-free-cc-at-argos-3398542.


Yay I'm famous!
Can you get the BT Sport app on this ?
bitm200702/02/2020 18:41

Can you get the BT Sport app on this ?


The app is in the store and this is a current box, so should be fine.
xyhz12345603/02/2020 01:05

The app is in the store and this is a current box, so should be fine.


Really ? After getting a contradictory reply elsewhere I've google it and the BT Sport App doesn't appear to be support by the ROKU Premiere 4K HDR Streaming Media Player. Have you got a screenshot ?
Back in stock @ £29.99
How good is the HDR on this stick and is it any better/worse than Kindle 4K or Chromecast 4K? Do any of these devices support micro SD too?
My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to get this or chromecast?
DanPitney12/02/2020 08:47

My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to g …My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to get this or chromecast?


This. Chromecasts are great but these just offer so much more. Think of it as a smart TV UI but much faster and with arguably better app support. I believe you can also cast with Roku's, though i don't use that feature anymore as the roku has all the apps i need already.

Just bare in mind that the 4k model needs to be plugged in (same with 4k chromecasts) where as the 1080p version will just run from your TV's USB port (if it's got one).
Edited by: "Zapp8rannigan" 12th Feb
Zapp8rannigan12/02/2020 09:04

This. Chromecasts are great but these just offer so much more. Think of it …This. Chromecasts are great but these just offer so much more. Think of it as a smart TV UI but much faster and with arguably better app support. I believe you can also cast with Roku's, though i don't use that feature anymore as the roku has all the apps i need already.Just bare in mind that the 4k model needs to be plugged in (same with 4k chromecasts) where as the 1080p version will just run from your TV's USB port (if it's got one).


Thanks for this it very helpful.
Hammerit4402/02/2020 12:25

You ignored but made a comment ok makes sense bye


1p is worth 2.4 pennies in old money. 2.5 p in old money is tuppence ha’penny. It was a joke.
Hammerit4402/02/2020 12:25

You ignored but made a comment ok makes sense bye


Think you missed the joke there buddy.
For what it’s worth, 1% cash back on Quidco too.
is it A 1 time purchase?
DanPitney12/02/2020 08:47

My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to g …My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to get this or chromecast?


I have the standard Roku Express (a non-4K version which is often on sale for £20), so I tested casting to it just for you! Casting Windows 10 wirelessly had too much latency to be usable as a desktop extension, the mouse lagged way behind my movements, but the picture was OK, casting my Android phone screen was much better and more usable as a barely-delayed reflection of what you were doing, casting a Youtube video worked perfectly just like a Chromecast does.

If the price is similar I don't really know what the selling point would be for a Chromecast except for it being invisible, though Roku also have other options for that. Casting functionality is so common now that a Chromecast doesn't have much of a place in the world when that's all it does, to me.

I think Roku is a no-brainer anyway if the purpose is watching TV, because it's the only device which can reliably get all the major streaming services.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 12th Feb
Zapp8rannigan12/02/2020 09:04

where as the 1080p version will just run from your TV's USB port (if it's …where as the 1080p version will just run from your TV's USB port (if it's got one).


And if the USB port has power when the TV is off. Mine doesn't, alas.

Though I suppose you could just wait for the Roku to boot up when you turn the TV on.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 12th Feb
Had Roku before.. Amazon fire stick is a lot better and more options.
EndemicAlarm12/02/2020 11:50

And if the USB port has power when the TV is off. Mine doesn't, …And if the USB port has power when the TV is off. Mine doesn't, alas.Though I suppose you could just wait for the Roku to boot up when you turn the TV on.


Not the end of the world, better it turns off to be honest, they (roku) can get quite hot if left on permanently
arvino12/02/2020 12:10

Had Roku before.. Amazon fire stick is a lot better and more options.


I don't trust amazon to keep allowing apps on their firestick for rival services.
arvino12/02/2020 12:10

Had Roku before.. Amazon fire stick is a lot better and more options.


Had both. Prefer the cleaner interface of the Roku and overall look. Each to their own I guess.
Would recommend the Roku 4K stick over this, which is often on sale around the same price. The stick has a better remote (TV power and volume buttons) and doesn't require an external power supply. Just in case anyone's undecided like I was for a wee while!

Still voted hot as it's a great price.
Edited by: "bamshopper" 12th Feb
I have the roku 4k, though it looks a touch different to this. No buffer, netflix, amazon, plex (which i can stream 4k br rips no problem) iplayer etc. Best all round device for those who have a lacking smart tv.
bamshopper12/02/2020 13:56

Would recommend the Roku 4K stick over this, which is often on sale around …Would recommend the Roku 4K stick over this, which is often on sale around the same price. The stick has a better remote (TV power and volume buttons) and doesn't require an external power supply. Just in case anyone's undecided like I was for a wee while! Still voted hot as it's a great price.


the stick is what i have, and yes the volume makes a huge difference. Havent used the tv remote since getting it.
I guess this will update to include Disney +???
arvino12/02/2020 12:10

Had Roku before.. Amazon fire stick is a lot better and more options.


Fire stick doesnt support now tv
Argos as well £29.99.
subpar HDR performance, your existing smart TV will perform better
DanPitney12/02/2020 08:47

My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to g …My home is mainly google based, in people’s opinion would I be better to get this or chromecast?


I'm Google based too for my smart home.

I much prefer the Roku. I prefer the traditional UI of the Roku compared to using your phone to navigate to the content and them casting it. My wife certain finds it far more intuitive.

I went for the 4k stick as I like having the volume buttons on the remote so that one remote does everything. I just need a 4k TV now.
do they have andriod on?
can u sideload any apk?
Edited by: "kevlfc" 12th Feb
Thanks.
Stillahibby12/02/2020 10:02

1p is worth 2.4 pennies in old money. 2.5 p in old money is tuppence …1p is worth 2.4 pennies in old money. 2.5 p in old money is tuppence ha’penny. It was a joke.


It's funny cos its money
Any one know the best channels to add? Film? TV?? Footy???
Love my Roku... one upstairs and downstairs... Netflix button, google films, now tv, amazon and will have Disney plus app next month
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