Roku Express 4K+ | Roku Streaming Device 4K/HDR, Roku Voice Remote, Free

(10 customer reviews)
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Roku Express 4K+ is the easy way to start streaming in brilliant 4K picture and vivid HDR color. Enjoy a smooth streaming experience with faster wireless performance, even with multiple streaming devices connected to your network. Power up your TV, adjust the volume, and control your streaming with the included Roku Voice Remote. Use your voice to quickly search, turn captions on, and more. Best of all, Roku streaming gives you a massive selection of free and live TV, and a customizable home screen with your favorite channels front and center, like Netflix, HBO Max, Disney Plus, Prime Video, Freevee, YouTube TV, Apple TV+, Sling TV, and Hulu. Setup is a cinch with everything you need in the box, including a Premium High Speed HDMI Cable. Roku Express 4K+ also works with popular voice assistants. Ask Alexa or Hey Google to launch channels, search for entertainment, control your streaming, and more. You can also control your TV using the Apple Home app or Siri on your Apple devices. Roku is America’s #1 TV streaming platform based on hours streamed – Hypothesis Group, December 2022

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B0916TKFF2

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎Roku

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎Roku

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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‎1.6 ounces

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‎3 x 1.6 x 0.83 inches

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Customer Reviews

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10 reviews for Roku Express 4K+ | Roku Streaming Device 4K/HDR, Roku Voice Remote, Free

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  1. C. Wong

    Very easy to add to your TV, it only took a few minutes. We signed and were streaming in about 15 minutes. We have not had any problems with it. It is well worth the money,

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  2. Tom B.

    I own a few Roku devices and TVs. This one started working fine. For some reason it apparently burned out the USB port in the back of the TV it was attached to rendering the USB port non functioning. Then Inow responds sporadically. It was able to completely control on/off/volume etc. but now I can only get it to run apps and control volume and mute. I no longer will turn the TV on or off. I have run the syncing or matching with the TV several times but still no luck. From when it was initially matched and working perfectly with the TV, no power or other connections have be changed before it started faulty performance. The remote, however, still works perfectly with other Rokus and the phone, which also worked perfectly, doesn’t turn the TV on or off.

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  3. Tam

    I rarely used my old Roku Express until I finally canceled cable and switched to Hulu Live TV, but then the limitations of that outdated technology became quite clear. My cable WiFi offers both regular (2.4) and 5G (I know it’s technically 5 GHz but I’m gonna call it what they call it!) and the old Roku only allowed the 2.4 connection. It lost signal and/or popped out of Hulu and other apps very frequently, and even made me pick a network often, sometimes having to wait for mine to show up in the list; I’d check my Roku connection and the download speed would often be <1Mbs, if anything. Since I got this 4K+ and can connect it to the 5G (technically have to, I guess, since only the nearby 5G networks show up as options) that very rarely happens. I just checked and my download speed is 91 Mbs. At a good moment with the old one it was maybe 5 or 9.

    I also love having the volume up and down and mute buttons. I thought it might be awkward having them on the side but I prefer it. I don’t even have to pick up the remote to mute ads, just press the bottom button on the side, especially helpful late at night when they like to make the ads double the volume of the show and I don’t want to wake my neighbors lol.

    It did come with lame obviously almost dead off-brand batteries that only lasted a month or two, when remote batteries typically last a very long time, but I guess it’s better than having to buy batteries just to get started on day one.

    I’d definitely recommend the Roku Express 4K+.

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  4. hjs

    I purchased a Roku Express 4K unit to replace a Tablo/Firestick combo that was not working well together (see Tablo review). The Tablo/Roku combo works well together. The only problem with the unit is that it lacks individual control of the apps (which a Firestick is programmed to do). The Tablo/Roku combo works much better than the Tablo/Firestick combo. Other installed apps work very well with this streaming unit/. Apps can be installed and/or removed easily.

    The Roku remote does have some problems. The biggest is that the TV controls can only be set up for a TV, not a TV/Soundbar combo. For my setup, the TV set’s audio remains set to zero while the soundbar is connected to an Aux output. The soundbar audio is controlled independently of the TV audio. A Fire Stick allow the soundbar’s volume control to be programmed into its volume control buttons. The Roku remote does not. The Roku remote keeps changing the TV volume when a volume button is inadvertently pushed (side mounting leads to inadvertently pushing these buttons whenever the remote is being held). Tried some of the fixes for connecting a sound bar to the remote that are on the web, but none work to date. Getting a universal remote to replace the dedicated remote.

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  5. R. L. Whalen

    We have replaced several of the Roku stick devices with these. Those seem to run very hot, and they fail more often in our experience. Once you are used to it, the user interface is fine, though the voice control can sometimes be spotty.

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  6. Kim

    I recently incorporated the Roku Express 4K+ into my entertainment setup, and it’s transformed my Amazon Prime experience for the better.

    Firstly, let’s talk about picture quality. With its 4K and HDR capabilities, this streaming device delivers stunning visuals that truly bring my Amazon Prime content to life. Whether I’m watching movies, TV shows, or original series, the picture quality is impeccable, with vibrant colors and sharp details.

    The convenience of the Roku Voice Remote has made navigating through my Amazon Prime content effortless. I can simply use voice commands to search for movies or shows, launch the Amazon Prime app, and control playback without lifting a finger.

    What I appreciate most is the seamless integration of the Roku Express 4K+ with the Amazon Prime app. It provides access to my entire Amazon Prime library, including Prime Video, Prime Music, and Prime Reading, all in one place. Plus, with the Roku platform’s user-friendly interface, browsing through content is quick and intuitive.

    Setting up the Roku Express 4K+ for Amazon Prime was a breeze. Within minutes, I had access to my favorite Prime Video titles, and the device seamlessly connects to my existing home entertainment system.

    Overall, the Roku Express 4K+ has truly enhanced my Amazon Prime experience. With its stunning picture quality, convenient voice control, and seamless integration with the Amazon Prime app, it’s become an essential part of my entertainment setup. If you’re a fan of Amazon Prime, this streaming device is a must-have for taking your viewing experience to the next level.

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  7. Ken

    Purchased for parent who had too many remotes and was new to internet television. Simple user interface with effective programming to television for control of mute, volume and power. The voice search and control was not considered but since it was included, it was tested. Excellent feature that saves a lot of time doing a letter by letter search at Roku home or on the various channel groups. Picture is notably sharper and well defined compared to the base model Roku that was used for initial familiarization. Item was on sale when purchased and was an excellent value at that price.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Hardware setup was really easy. Just plug-in the RF receiver and then connect that to a free HDMI port on your TV. Place the batteries into the Roku Remote and turn it on. Pick your WiFI Router and enter the Password. Done.

    Note: It gets it’s power via a USB Plug. This package (Express 4K+) does come with an A/C Power block to plug the USB into, then into an outlet. (The Express HD package does NOT.)

    The User Interface is pretty simple, and after watching the included “Intro” after setup and playing around after a few minutes you’ll get the hang of it.

    Streaming is smooth with no lagging. Nice that the Roku Remote also powers on the TV and controls the volume, so you’re not jumping between multiple remotes. Ability to choose from a bunch of Apps (CBS, NBC, Youtube, PBS, many Local News apps, etc.) to download. Includes a Roku TV Channel app which has quite a bit of content also.

    Overall very happy with the device and would highly recommend it.

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  9. turtlesrus

    I disconnected my cable tv service because of the excess pricing and I only watch about 6 channels anyway.
    I got my own router. (That is reviewed elsewhere). I have 2 televisions hooked up with ROKU. One is a smart tv, the other is not. This work well on both of them. And the remote is nice because I don’t have to first turn on the tv using the TV remote. It also has voice control on the remote and a volume control.This set does not have a remote control locator so, I stuck an extra “Tile” device on the back of the remote so we could find it easily. The remote is rather small and easily disappears into seat cushions, etc. The only thing I have not figure out yet (and so far this has only happened with MAX) is that ROKU kept disconnecting from the internet. I have a new modem and a new mesh router, so I may have to change settings with those, or it could be my ISP. I was able to reconnect via the ROKU app, but eventually had to pull out the TV to control to reconnect and finally had to restart my modem. So, to be fair, I do not know if the disconnection problem was with the modem, the router, the ROKU or the ISP. (ISP said I was getting service to the modem fine – but they always say that.) ROKU has the “Home” base to use. I could take everything off that was a pay for service app, except the ones I wanted to leave on. There are so many apps and so many channels to choose from that it is quite overwhelming. I was not really that interested in most of the ROKU “live” channels, but you can easily get to Amazon Prime, MAX, etc. from HOME, once you set it up, then set up your favorites in each app. The only thing I have bad to say about the ROKU device is that I wish it was a little bigger and had a couple more buttons to program for certain apps. Another thing to know is that when I disconnected my cable television, they did not cancel Disney+ and I could not transfer it to ROKU, so I had to cancel it on the Disney+ web site, then restart it under ROKU. So far, we do not miss cable TV.

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  10. Kelly

    I’m not very technologically savvy whatsoever, and like most electronic and technological devices and gadgets that I have had to install, set up, and/or use, I find myself not understanding instructions or information, even when communicating with technical assistance from an expert. Usually the process of setting up and using a device or service takes me hours, sometimes days to successfully do. When I received the Roku Streaming Kit (the same day I ordered it actually) I was prepared to be fumbling around with it frustrated for hours. However, it turned out to be the quickest and easiest technology I’ve ever had to install and use. The kit comes with the remote, the router, an HDMI cable, a USB cable with an adapter, and instructions. I believe there were about 5 steps (VERY simply worded and illustrated). Literally all you have to do to install it is plug in a cable to your TV to the router, plug in the other cable to your router and electrical outlet, press a button on the remote to be able to use it with your TV, and the device is set up. Then you answer a few easy questions and with that information the service pretty much just installs itself. And you’re done. It took me about 5 minutes to install the device, and about 10 minutes for the service to completely set up (most of those 10 minutes were just how long it took for the Roku streaming service to set itself up). After that it was ready to be used! The remote is very simple, and the layout of the streaming services and programs were all nicely displayed on your screen. The Roku kit was also very cheap, especially considering all you can do with it. I highly recommend it.

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