Roku Streaming Stick+ Player at Amazon for £69
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Roku Streaming Stick+ Player at Amazon for £69

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Found 22nd Nov 2017
Stream in brilliant 4K, HDR and HD.

Our new remote with buttons for TV power and volume control makes it easy to control both your TV and Streaming Stick+.

Enjoy 150,000+ movies and TV episodes across thousands of free or paid channels.


Box Contains:
  • Roku Streaming Stick+ Streaming Player
  • Point-anywhere remote control with TV power & volume buttons
  • 2 x AAA batteries
  • Power adapter
  • USB power cable with advanced wireless receiver
  • Getting Started Guide
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Worth noting: the US version has a voice button on the remote, the UK remote has no voice control, only via the mobile App
I like these, and also platform agnostic so can get Now TV, Amazon and Netflix on the same device.
Is there any adapter for wired LAN connection? Wifi in my house is awful.
Pull the trigger now or do we think any better deals may come out for Black Friday?
unuspromulti55 m ago

Pull the trigger now or do we think any better deals may come out for …Pull the trigger now or do we think any better deals may come out for Black Friday?


if you have prime you could do specified day for a weeks time and cancel if you get better. It's just out so I think this is the best
Edited by: "grhm" 22nd Nov 2017
crumpetman1 h, 35 m ago

Is there any adapter for wired LAN connection? Wifi in my house is awful.

Unlikely, I don't have this one but the regular streaming stick and that only has WiFi, dual band though
For a basic user, aside from IR as opposed to Bluetooth control is there really any reason to get this over £29.99 Roku Express? Have given heat as it's a deal on RRP but still seems a lot of money.
steveyboy7936 m ago

For a basic user, aside from IR as opposed to Bluetooth control is there …For a basic user, aside from IR as opposed to Bluetooth control is there really any reason to get this over £29.99 Roku Express? Have given heat as it's a deal on RRP but still seems a lot of money.



better stronger wifi, and it supports auto frame rate changing, so movies and different content should play at their respective refresh rates to avoid judder etc
I like the remote with volume control and TV power but, yeah, it's hard to see the £40-50 benefit for non 4k peeps.
Roku make a bit of a fuss about the "advanced wireless receiver" so maybe that's slightly better??
steveyboy791 h, 6 m ago

For a basic user, aside from IR as opposed to Bluetooth control is there …For a basic user, aside from IR as opposed to Bluetooth control is there really any reason to get this over £29.99 Roku Express? Have given heat as it's a deal on RRP but still seems a lot of money.



4K HDR support
And PLEX works brilliantly on these too

Now do I really need to upgrade my Roku 2 Box
qtweeder1 h, 58 m ago

better stronger wifi, and it supports auto frame rate changing, so movies …better stronger wifi, and it supports auto frame rate changing, so movies and different content should play at their respective refresh rates to avoid judder etc


I'm in the same express vs streaming stick+ positon. Will the auto frame changing make a difference? I've read some reports of iPlayer juddering due to a 50/60Hz mismatch
having owned 6, yes 6 Streaming Sticks that all stopped working (due to several different but yet known problems to Roku) I would wholeheartedly recommend the Express over the Stick anytime as I've not had a single problem with any of the Express boxes we've installed. The sticks get very hot and people usually also put them directly into the HDMI socket which is in direct contact with their TV so they get even hotter ( you can use an HDMI extension cable to combat this problem) but having seen and experienced so many faults with the streaming sticks I just wanted to share my experiences. The new Express box is noticibly faster than the old version and has better wi-fi too so for under £30 it's definately the Roku box I'd recommend
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