Amazon is currently discounting the Roku Streaming Stick+, bringing the price down to just $39.99. That's good for around $20 off of its regular price, and it also matches the Black Friday price we saw last November. So this is a really good deal.
The Roku Streaming Stick+ is a streaming stick, that plugs into the back of your TV. And it allows you to watch content from virtually every app you can think of. It is called the plus, because it supports 4K and HDR content, which the regular streaming stick does not. This means that you can get a really great picture quality out of the Roku Streaming Stick+.
It supports HDR, HDR10, and HLG. But it does not support Dolby Vision unfortunately. So you can get a great picture from content that's on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in 4K HDR.
Speaking of apps, Roku has more apps than any other platform. And this is likely because it has the most users. But it does support all of the big names like YouTube, YouTube TV, HBO GO, Showtime Anywhere, CBS News, WWE Network, Dazn, ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu and much more. It's all available on the Roku Streaming Stick+. Which means that you can really cut the cord and get rid of cable.
Roku also has support for Google Chromecast, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Which is pretty impressive to say the least. It means that you're going to be able to ask the Google Assistant or Alexa to open up Netflix. It also means that you can Cast your favorite content straight to the big screen, using a Roku.
You can pick up the Roku Streaming Stick+ for a price of $49.99 today from Amazon by clicking here. This sale won't last long, so you're going to want to grab it before it is gone.