The said Roku TVs will be availablethis fall in the U.S. and Canada. They will vary in sizes - ranging from 32-inches to 55-inches - and similar to the company's streaming players, they will also have full access to the Roku ChannelStore's more than 30,000 movies and 1,000 channels.
TCL and Hisense are a good choice for Roku. Both companies are considered to be in the top five list of the best TV manufacturers in the world today, with TCL in the third place shipping roughly 12 million TVs in 2012. Hisense is the fifth largestglobal TV manufacturer with 9 millions TVs shipped in 2012.
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