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Want to start streaming? then start here. Our best-priced player, Roku Express delivers a smooth HD streaming experience on your big-screen TV. Our next generation player is now 5x more powerful. It’s easy to get started, just plug it into your TV with the included high speed HDMI cable, connect to the Internet, and start streaming. Use the remote to search for your favorite shows and discover channels. Enjoy 500, 000 Plus movies and TV episodes, including blockbusters, award-winning original Series, kids’ shows, live network TV, and more-across thousands of free or paid channels like Netflix, Amazon video, ABC, Sling TV, and PBS kids. Get the free Roku mobile app for iOS and android devices for a convenient way to search on your phone, enjoy private listening, share photos and more.

Customer Reviews

Roku Channel shows hundreds of free movies

 on October 11, 2017
By modalsystem
I have used Roku for years,including several different models.The best new thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Express works fine,but you need to point the remote at the device,unlike other Roku models.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:

U Can Still View Amazon Purchased Videos on This!

 on December 8, 2017
By Femmepharoh
I had Amazon Fire TV Stick, and had to get another device to view YouTube. So, this is all that and then some! And Yes, you can still watch ur Amazon videos on ROKU! I luuuuv it!!!! There are SOOOO MANY OPTIONS!!!

Quick and snappy and overall a win! Also, important PSA in bottom of review!

 on March 14, 2018
By ShareTheLove
spent a ton of time reading the reviews comparing all the streaming devices. I have an older model apple tv and I wanted an additional streaming device for my bedroom TV. I got a relative the firestick and tried it out myself – didn’t really love the interface so ultimately decided to give the Roku Express a shot. Initially I thought I was “downgrading” by getting the Roku Express since it’s so much cheaper than an Apple TV. So not a downgrade!! This device is lightning fast. I like it so much better that I use it as my main device now and moved the other one to my bedroom. I didn’t realize how fast a streaming player was capable of being till now. There are some other things I noticed compared to my other device. I’ll break down the pros and cons into a list.

I love it! it doesn’t make me angry at all

 on October 20, 2017
By Aja Perrin
I don’t know how slow the old one of these was, but the new one is instantaneous! I love it! it doesn’t make me angry at all!

Roku beats out Sony disc player!!

 on October 18, 2017
By Wishlist Jan
I’ve been struggling for literally years now trying to get my Sony BDPS3200 Blu-ray Disc Player to stream Netflix, but it almost always choked, sputtered, and came to a grinding halt. I tried everything, new modem, new router, clearing cache, etc. etc. You probably know what I’m talking about. I was considering upgrading the disc player, but wasn’t really keen on spending the money when the disc player I have works fine for discs. I finally decided to go this route. Awesome!! Roku plays it all, and for only $30 bucks, I have zero reason to complain, since I’m now have zero technical problems with streaming content. Yay!!! I should add here that my older-model CRT-type HD TV only has a single HDMI input, so the Roku is hooked up to an HDMI 3-way spllitter. This allows me ro run the Roku box, my disc player, and occasionally hook my camera up without having to plug and unplug cables. I use a wireless router to get the broadband signal from modem to Roku box.

Spectrum all for my tv’s

 on January 15, 2018
By teenie
I purchased this for one main reason, our cable company, Spectrum, is going all digital. They told us any tv with basic cable line in will not work after the 23rd of this month. Well of course they offer a box to get your channels, but with a cost. I pay way to much now.

Wireless Connection Issues

 on December 3, 2017
By Juliannem
It was delightful until it stopped recognizing the wireless network after about a month. The number listed to contact Roku for customer service on my order info was not valid, so I called Amazon and they sent me a new and a label to send back the malfunctioning one. May just be a bug that could be updated, but after 3 days of it not working I decided to get a replacement. Amazon customer service is amazing, as always! I’m still hopeful it was just a bad egg.

Better than paying big cable to use their boxes

 on March 11, 2018
By fuel98rider
We love the Roku boxes. We now have three that we use in our kid’s and spare bedroom, so we don’t have to pay Comcast for the privilege of using their small box. The small little receiver box is nice, and fits under the TV, between the speaker and the stand. Samsung TVs have a usb connection that will provide direct power, avoiding the need to use the provided power adaptor.

Great Alternative to Cable TV

 on April 27, 2018
By in the Berkshires
I was searching for an alternative to the local cable company and decided to give Roku a try. It was an inexpensive investment, so why not? It was easy to install and didn’t take much time to set up (though I recommend starting subscriptions to services like Sling or Netflix from a computer to make things go faster since typing letter by letter on the on-screen interface is tedious for more than entering a user name and password). I liked my Roku so much that I purchased a second one to use on my old, non-digital tv. That works well and I can begin watching a program on one television, stop when I want to, then start up again where I left off on either tv. Oh, and the Roku “box” is about the size of a pack of chewing gum – a big saving of space over the box required by the cable company (and no monthly fee for the Roku device, just the one time purchase price). As for savings, I now spend a little over half each month for Internet, Sling and other channel subscriptions as I spent for cable tv and Internet through the cable company.