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Roku 3 on sale

Only the second sale we've seen on the newest model

May 16 2013, 1:10pm CDT | by

Roku 3 on sale

The Roku's still the easiest way to add Internet streaming capability to your TV or projector (or monitor?), and in part thanks to its dominant place in the market, the newest Roku 3rd generation player has only been on sale ONCE before today. But today you can save $10 off the usual price.

$10 off Roku 3

At $90, it's not as cheap as the previous generation, but the improvements to the platform shouldn't be taken lightly. WiFi is better (dual-band), and you can even stream music and photos from a tablet or phone to your TV - or whatever you've connected. Name any streaming service out there...the Roku probably does it. It's even got a headphone jack built into the remote so you can watch without disturbing others and without adding third-party equipment.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/15" rel="author">Mike Paddock</a>
John Smith is a Black Friday veteran of many years. Hunting deals is his passion. He is scouting online stores for I4U News to find the best deals for I4U News. He also uses the services of our partner Dealzon to bring You even more deals.




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