Save big on Roku media streamers on this Black Friday, up to $30 off at Staples!
If you’re looking for a way to introduce some smartness to your dumb TV, a streaming stick is a good, cheap way to do it. Roku devices have been a popular alternative to Fire TV and Android TV-powered platforms, and who can argue with more choices with smart TVs? Now, Staples is discounting a bunch of popular Roku streaming products during this Black Friday, most notably the Roku Streaming Stick+ and the Roku 4K Ultra box.
Normally coming in at $50, the Roku Streaming Stick+ is available for just $30 over at Staples. That’s a sweet $20 less than the MSRP. As a matter of fact, you can also grab this model for $29 at Amazon. So if you’re interested in picking one up at the current discount, just do it now!
Talking about the Roku Ultra, the main advantage of this streaming box is its broad selection of ports. The nifty gadget has Ethernet, USB, and microSD ports, making it a more versatile media machine than the stick. If you’re in the market for a capable streaming device that doesn’t break the bank, definitely choose the Ultra. The current $70 tag is saving you $30 off the $100 it usually costs.
Say you want to spend as little as possible on a streamer. Enter the Roku Premiere, which is on sale as well for just $25 (originally $40). It packs in a fast quad-core processor and 802.11ac dual-band wireless.
What if you want a streaming device and soundbar in one convenient device? Say hello to the Roku Streambar, a 14-inch Soundbar that also supports outputting 4K HDR video. This hybrid device lets you access all the channels and services you’d come to expect from other Roku devices and combines that experience with a robust sound experience powered by four speaker drivers.
The Streambar usually retails for $130, but now you can pick one for just $100 at Amazon!
What you pick up ultimately depends on your needs and your budget, so choose the deal that is the best for you! We also have a bunch of other Black Friday deals, in case you need something other than media streamers.