This Roku video streaming device is on sale for just $24

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Save 20 percent on this Roku Express HD streaming device. (Photo: Roku)
Save 20 percent on this Roku Express HD streaming device. (Photo: Roku)

Is your TV feeling a little stale?

One of the best ways to upgrade a TV is to simply add a streaming device to it. It’s a great opportunity to get access to Netflix, Hulu and HBO Now while also giving an old TV new life. Enter the Roku Express HD, a small and lightweight tool that instantly converts a behind-the-times TV into a streaming powerhouse.

Right now, the Roku Express HD is on sale for just $24, or $6 off its list price at Amazon. Save 20 percent!

The Roku Express HD consists of only three pieces: The streaming device itself, a Roku remote and an HDMI cable to plug into your TV. That’s it.

Upgrade your old HD TV with Roku! (Photo: Roku)
Upgrade your old HD TV with Roku! (Photo: Roku)

Once the device is synced to your home Wi-Fi network, you’ll have access to over 500,000 streaming channels like Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, ESPN+, CBS All Access, SlingTV and more. So get comfy on the couch and start streaming episodes of The Mandalorian on Disney+ or High Fidelity on Hulu like nobody’s business.

“I have been using Hulu for several months but it kept my laptop tied up. I decided to try this as an alternative to buying another computer,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “I was totally shocked at the difference in picture quality and over all dependency of Hulu over the Roku network.”

The “pick-up-and-go” user interface and remote make it the easiest streaming device ever. You’ll feel like an expert as soon as you get set up and begin perusing through all the available channels. Even if you lose the remote, you can use your smartphone to control the streaming device via the Roku app.

“I've had my Roku Express for a month and I'm absolutely thrilled. I cut the cable cord and got Hulu+Live TV and the picture comes in so clear, much better than cable or satellite ever did,” shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. “I also have Disney+ and WWE Network and everything works great. I even bought my mom a Roku Express and she loves it too. She finds it easy to use and she's not great with technology. This may be the greatest investment I've ever made.”

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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