27 Apr Roku Streaming Stick
Dads and gadgets, they either love them or hate them (just like marmite!), but this is one gadget that they all will love to receive this Father’s Day – the Roku Streaming Stick. Not only is this nifty little gadget easy to use, even for a complete novice, but it adds channels such as Netflix, Google Play, Sky Store, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, BBC Sport and Now TV to normal TV’s, effectively making them a ‘Smart TV’ for a fraction of the cost.
It simply plugs directly into the HDMI port of your television, so you don’t have the usual unsightly, endless wires hanging. You can either control it with the included remote, smartphone or ever your own tablet via the app – easy limitless entertainment ready in seconds!
The Roku Streaming Stick will give you more than 1,400 channels streaming from more than 1000 channels of movies, TV episodes, music, news, sport, kids’ shows and free programming. You can also easily view your photos and videos from Facebook, Flickr, Plex and Vimeo. Your whole house can access Roku too, giving you the best TV experience throughout. By using your smartphone or tablet, you can browse and select which channels you want to stream. You can watch Netflix, YouTube and personal media from your mobile to your TV – brilliant!!
Other key features include –
- Compact and discrete design
- Content library with 1000+ channels
- Remote control with RF technology
- Free android windows and iOS apps
- Stream rich and vibrant videos up to 1080p HD
- Dual-band wireless connection that streams with ease and speed
The Roku Streaming Stick costs just £49.99, and will give Dad hours of entertainment this Father’s Day and beyond. It’s so small he can easily bring it with him on those business trips, or just escape to his room away from noisy children!! It is available to buy online at www.Roku.com/uk and in stores at major supermarket branches such as Curry’s and PC World.