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Roku Streaming Stick+ | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Device with Long-Range Wireless and Voice Remote with TV Power and Volume
- Powerful, portable, exceptional wireless
- Advanced wireless receiver for 4x the range
- Brilliant 4K, HDR, and HD streaming
- Voice remote with TV Power and volume.Power input: 5 Volts,1 Ampere power adapter
- 500, 000 Plus movies and TV episodes, easy to use remote, intuitive navigation, search across top channels
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Exceptional wireless. Stunning picture quality. Start watching your favorites quickly and enjoy a smooth streaming experience. Whether you’re streaming in your home, hotel or even in the backyard, the advanced wireless receiver gives you 4x the range and a stronger signal for streaming. This means you can stream in places that are ordinarily too far from the router. Stream in brilliant 4K, HDR and HD. Experience the visual rush of 4K and vibrant HDR picture quality with the new powerful and portable streaming Stick Plus . plus, no more juggling remotes. Our new voice remote with buttons for TV Power and volume control makes it easy to control both your TV and streaming Stick Plus . Enjoy 500, 000 Plus movies and TV episodes across thousands of free or paid channels. You can even search by voice across top channels by actor, show and more. TV Compatibility HD TVs – Up to 1080p (1920 x 1080) with up scaling from 720p. 4K UHD TVs – Up to 2160p at 60fps (3840 × 2160) with up scaling from 720p and 1080p. TV must have an HDMI input that supports HDCP 2.2. 4K UHD HDR TVs – Supports HDR10. TV must have an HDMI input that supports HDCP 2.2
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Yes, you can fake a location and register in the US but then the stick knows it is not there and won't let you use app after app.
If you want Amazon Prime and Netflix a simple Fire Stick is much better value.
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So that is how Roku rewards it's returning long-time customer, by charging them a fee of $70.00 to activate more than 2 of their Roku devices! So, in addition to paying for the device itself, you now have to pay an extra $70.00 to use it!!!
I am hoping this review will alert other potential buyers to Roku's new policy of rewarding their repeat customers.
My house is a Roku house. We have 5 televisions but don't have a cable or satellite subscription.. One of the TV's is a Roku TV and the other 4 all have a Roku attached to them. Literally everything we watch is delivered via the Roku. Our OTA material is delivered from a Tablo DVR to our Rokus. Our local media is served up via a Plex server to the Rokus. We also have PS Vue, Netflix, Amazon video, etc. etc. Bottom line, we use Roku a lot, and I'm very familiar with them. I wouldn't consider myself to be a Roku "fan boy", though. While most of the Roku's I've had have been great...there have been some clunkers. The Roku 2XS was a turd that never got any better. The Roku 4 was a turd at the start, but gradually got better with each subsequent firmware update. Unfortunately, the cooling fan in one of my Roku 4s (The 4 was the only Roku model to ever have one) has begun to make the dreaded "grinding" noise in recent weeks, so I decided to try replace it with a stick+.
I've generally been leery about all of the "stick" form-factor devices. They've generally lagged behind the more traditional "box" form-factor devices as far as specs go. The Stick+, with its quad-core processor, HEVC support, and 4K capabilities convinced me that the gap may have finally been closed.
So, after a couple of days with the Stick+...here are my thoughts on this device
- It's snappy and smooth. It's maybe not quite as quick as my Roku Ultras...but it's every bit as fast as the Roku 4.
- The new remote is great.The ability to control the TV's power and volume without a second remote or a universal remote is loooong overdue.
- Excellent wireless reception. I had two walls between the Stick+ and my router, but was easily streaming 16mbps local media through Plex.
- Powering via the TV's USB isn't optimal. Assuming your TV stops providing power to the USB when turned-off, the Stick+ will have to go through the boot-up sequence and then connect to your wireless before you can do anything with it each time you turn on your TV. This can take ~30 seconds. I highly recommend plugging it directly into an outlet using the provided adapter.
So, this is a great Roku device. It doesn't have the same bells-and-whistles that my Roku Ultra's have...but then again, I also paid nearly twice as much for those. This Stick+ is much cheaper, provides basically the same UI/playback performance, and also has a remote that will make having to juggle your Roku and TV remotes a thing of the past. That's why I say, absent some deal-breaker that I haven't encountered yet, this is the best dollar-for-dollar Roku yet.
The menu/interface is a little outdated, but I'd gladly sacrifice a flashy menu for good performance. It's astounding to me what a bad product the Fire TV Stick was now that I've switched to Roku. I enjoy the wide selection of channels as well - every streaming service seems to be available through Roku. The voice functionality on the remote works well, and I like that I can turn my TV on and off with the Roku remote as well as adjust the volume. All in all it's an awesome product.
*LATER REVIEW (EDIT): THIS REMOTE IS A POS, It worked for about five months and then stopped working at all. If I hadn't read some other reviews where people had the same problem and discovered they had to change batteries way too frequently--one person had to remove the batteries every night and then put them back in the next night--I wouldn't have known that changing the batteries might work. We put in new batteries and it worked fine . . . for a few days. Then it stopped again.
THE COMPANY'S RETURN POLICY IS A JOKE.
I wanted to return it but the company has made it sufficiently difficult and iffy to make most people give up on that idea, given the hoops you have to jump through, the resulting length of time it would take to have your TV viewing restored, and the fact that one of the major faults in this remote seems to be that it eats thought batteries. Also, if the remote's problem was its propensity to eat up the charge in your batteries, the company would likely try new batteries and then send it back saying, "You needed to change the batteries." So basically we have to eat the price of this thing and take a chance on some other model. Or maybe we'll just get some other system than Roku.
RETURN AND WARRANTY SERVICE PROCESS [Sorry about spacing; it was in pdf format]
Please access and review Roku Support online help resources at support.roku.com before seeking warranty service. Returns or
warranty service requests for your new Player must be within the 30-day return period, or within the original product warranty
You must first obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number from Roku Customer Support. RMA numbers expire thirty days from issuance. Roku may attempt to troubleshoot a warranty-related problem prior to issuing a RMA number.
Please be prepared to provide additional information upon request.
Once a RMA number is obtained, you must ship your Player, freight prepaid, together with proof of purchase and all accessories, in either the original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection, to the Roku authorized distribution facility identified by Roku Customer Support.
Failure to return any of the accessories could result in a delay and/or result in an invoice to you or credit to Roku for the missing accessories. Important:When submitting a RMA, please provide the following information with your request: (a) model
number, (b) serial number,(c) problem description, (d) software version (located in the Settings menu), (e) date of purchase, (f) place of purchase (reseller or online place of purchase), and (g) return shipping address (P.O. boxes are not accepted).
Additional Roku troubleshooting and online help resources can be found at support.roku.com
Basicamente es lo mismo, pero SÍ funciona además con crunchyroll. Podrás instalar SIN problema las siguientes aplicaciones, entre otras:
-Cinépolis.click (otro que no es admitido por apple-tv-box),
-Películas de google store.
Lo único que no puede cargar, obviamente, es itunes de apple, pero con claro video y películas google no hace falta. Cabe desatacar, que las aplicaciones que por zona (hulu, vudu, showtime, etc) no se pueden instalar en méxico, no obstante se trata de la versión streaming stik USA.
Además, es más barato que el Apple-TV-box.
Calidad Imagen: Se ve perfectamente, igual que el Apple-tv-box en 1080.
Conexión Red: Sólo leé la red WIFI de 2.4 ghz, pero como es a doble banda, no se cuelga ni se congela. Perfecto!!!!
Por cierto, el apple-tv tiene problemas para volverse a conectar a redes WIFI de 5 ghz.
NOTA: La versión USA del streaming stick es más barata que la versión MX, pero funciona normalmente aquí y permite elegir idioma en español.
Could have bought it cheaper from a back street "shop" on Ebay but decided to play safe buying from here.
And make available for Ireland. Had to get mine from amazom.com
Viene con los aditamentos necesarios para adaptarse a cualquier TV, y como cualquier Roku, es el único que puedes usar en redes Wifi de Hoteles o redes públicas.
La oferta de canales disponibles (Apps) es de las mejores, el Sistema Operativo es el mejor y siempre está en constante actualización.
El control remoto funciona vía wifi, lo cual hace que no sea necesario apuntar hacia el dispositivo, puedes controlar el encendido y volumen de ciertas marcas y modelos de TV; y por la App para móviles, puedes conectar unos audífonos.
Funciona de manera excepcional, y su velocidad de respuesta hace que la experiencia (sin importar que tan vieja es tu pantalla) sea maravillosa.