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Don't sleep on these crazy Black Friday deals for Roku

Roku may not be as refined compared to Android TV, but it brings a huge selection of apps and channels to the table. There's a lot to love in Roku TV products, especially the fact that some of them are so cheap. Walmart generously decided to lower their prices for some of the best Roku products even more this Black Friday.

As a special treat, Roku has launched a special edition of its TV box called the Roku LE and it's only selling at Walmart. We're assuming "LE" stands for "limited edition" since the company has confirmed that it'll only be available "while supplies last." You can only stream content in HD on it but it is super affordable. Priced at only $15, the Roku LE is the perfect Roku TV box for beginners or students on a strict budget.

Other buyers with more mula can rejoice for there are other deals on bigger and badder Roku devices, and these aren't Walmart exclusives. There's the Roku Streaming Stick 4K which offers Dolby Vision and a superb long-range Wi-Fi receiver that puts the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K to shame.

On the smaller side of things, you can also grab a discounted Roku Premiere for yourself. Its tiny stature makes it very easy to forget that you're actually using a TV box in the first place. Size doesn't matter though, because you still get a 4K resolution and Dolby Atmos audio.

Roku LE HD Streaming Media Player $15

$15 at Walmart

Grab this achingly cheap Roku box for your streaming needs. Walmart won't be bringing it back after supplies run out.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K $29

$29 at Amazon $30 at Best Buy $29 at Walmart

Plug this 4K streaming device into your handsome 4K TV and enjoy all your favorite content. The best things in life come at half the price.

Roku Streaming Stick+ $30

$30 at Amazon $40 at Best Buy (Headphone Edition) $30 at Walmart

The same old Roku TV UI that you know and love with four times the range in its Wi-Fi receiver. With that kind of range, you can walk your dog with the remote stuffed in your pocket.

Roku Premiere $20

$20 at Amazon $20 at Best Buy $20 at Walmart

Roku Premiere sits on the lower end of the price with specs that are well above the budget range. You can expect 4K, a simple set up process, and a basic remote.

Roku Streambar

$80 at Amazon $80 at Best Buy $80 at Walmart

Bump up your average, non-smart TV with the Roku Streambar. Not only does it add Roku TV, but it also doubles as a fantastic sound system with Dolby Audio to boot.

If you grab a Roku product this holiday season, you'll get a free 30-day trial of HBO Max on your streaming device powered by Roku. Additionally, you can purchase plenty of Roku Channel's premium services such as AMC+, EPIX, SHOWTIME, and STARZ for $0.99 on your new Roku device. You'll only be able to pay for two months at this price until the offer expires on November 30, 2021.

You're sure to find a great bargain in this smorgasbord of Roku deals. After you've smartened up your TV, check out the best Black Friday smart home deals to smarten up the rest of your home. You'll never regret the convenience of voice controls and the ability to control everything from your phone.

Source: androidcentral

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