Deal: Roku 4 Streaming Media Player For Only $109 – 10/7/16

There are quite a few options now available for those looking for a new way to consume video content. If you are more of the core Android persuasion then you can go for Android TV, if you are an Amazon Prime member then the Amazon Fire TV is a good option to go for, and then there is Roku’s line of products. Roku OS has been making big gains over the last year or two and you can now find the operating system running on a wide number of devices. Up until recently, the Roku 4 was the leading Roku box option and also the most expensive. However, with the recent release of the latest versions, the Roku 4 has now started dropping in price. In particular, a deal currently live on eBay means you can now pick up the Roku 4 for only $109.

Besides coming running on Roku OS and providing another way to access all your favorite apps including Netflix, Hulu and much more, the Roku 4 is also a 4K supported box. Connections on offer include an Ethernet port, a HDMI port, a USB port and an optical port. This is a unit which comes packing 1.5GB RAM, a quad-core processor and also does include a microSD which supports cards up to 128GB. This is also a unit which comes with its own remote control and even a pair of earphones which can be connected directly to the remote control. So for just over $100 you really are getting the full package here and one which does provide a nice alternative to Android TV and Fire TV.

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