Roku is more dominated by the 2022 holiday shopping season. Rather than updating or releasing several new hardware products, the streaming giant is focusing on two new products — a new Express and an all-new Roku wireless bass speaker — as well as a new one for Roku streaming device owners. software experience.
$29.99 roku express and $129.99 roku wireless bass The speakers are available for preorder now, with Express shipping in mid-October and Wireless Bass shipping on November 7. In addition to selling wireless bass to augment existing Roku systems, Roku is also bundling streambar with wireless bass for $249.99. The bundle is also available for preorder now, with deliveries starting from the same date on November 7.
Just what are you getting with each new product? And what’s the fuss about better software? Let’s dig
Roku Express has long been the cheapest streaming device in Roku’s lineup, and that’s not going to change with this year’s update. You can still get the tiny Black streaming device that plugs directly into your TV’s HDMI port for $29.99.
For that, you’ll get a device that streams Roku’s own content in 1080p high definition with all the major streaming services.
The biggest change made to the 2022 Express is the addition of Roku dual-band Wi-Fi, which should improve connectivity and speeds if you have a home Wi-Fi system running on 2.4GHz and 5Ghz channels.
There’s Roku’s base model remote still included in the box for controlling the Express. You can also connect the Express to Apple HomeKit, Google Home or Amazon Alexa to control your TV and what you’re watching using one of the major smart home systems.
you can Order Express Now for $29.99 from Roku, and on October 16 at most major retailers. It will start shipping in mid-October – just in time for the holidays.
Roku is expanding its wireless speaker offering with the addition of the $129.99 Roku Wireless Bass. You can pair the new speaker with a Roku Streambar, Roku Wireless Speaker, or Roku TV Wireless Soundbar to improve the overall sound quality and experience.
As its name implies, the Wireless Bass doesn’t need to be physically connected to any Roku device. All you need to do is plug it in to power, then follow the setup instructions on your Roku device to add it to your setup. According to Roku, it doesn’t matter where you put it in your room; It just needs to be within 30 feet of your TV.
Roku is selling the Wireless Bass as a stand-alone device for $129.99 or bundled with the Roku Streambar for $249.99. streambar Doubles as a 4K streaming device in the bundle and a of sound – And with a dedicated speaker for bass, you’re sure to have a well-rounded audio experience.
If you haven’t been in the market for a new Roku device, you’re still in for a treat this year. Roku announced OS 11.5, which will begin rolling out to all compatible Roku devices in the coming months.
The update includes a number of improvements, from a new home screen menu with The Buzz to posts highlighting content to help Roku owners find new shows.
A new Continue Watching feature makes it easy to start from there while streaming a show or movie, with HBO Max, Netflix, Paramount+ and Roku Channels supporting the new feature at launch.
The save list is exactly what it looks like — an option to save the shows or movies you’ve searched for and want to watch later. Your list is synced to everyone roku deviceIncluding mobile app for easy access later.
One of the biggest features added in OS 11.5 is the expansion of Roku’s private listening feature. Roku owners will have the option to connect any Bluetooth-compatible headphones or earbuds to the Roku Ultra, Streambar, and Streambar Pro. When connected, any audio will be routed to the headphones, so you can watch the show without disturbing your roommate or partner.