I’m pretty sure that, by now, everyone who needs a Roku streaming device already has a Roku streaming device — if not a TV with the Roku OS already built in.
But let’s talk upgrades for a minute. If you’re still chugging along with an older model, this is a good time to replace it with something newer. Among the potential benefits: Faster performance, a better remote and support for 4K and HDR TVs.
Sound good? For a limited time, and while supplies last, the new. That’s $10 off the regular price and the first sale we’ve seen on this model, which debuted last month.
That debut made a big splash: CNET officially declared the Express 4K Plus the new “go-to Roku,” a better option than the longtime-favorite Streaming Stick Plus. Read theto learn why.
As for this deal, it arrives two full weeks before— raising the question of whether it might see an even bigger discount on June 21 and 22. My educated guess: It might dip as low as $25, so if you’re not in a hurry, it makes sense to wait. Of course, a deal in the hand is worth two in the, er, shopping cart?
One thing is certain: This would make an excellent upgrade, and it’s hard to quibble with a $30 price tag.
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