When it comes to streaming internet media to television sets all over the world, Roku is a leader, if not the leader. Cable-cutting in favor of viewing online content has been made easier and more possible by Roku and all of its products. Now, the company has teamed up with Hisense, the fourth largest global TV manufacturer, to announce the availability of the Hisense Roku H4 TV series. Users can get all the features of a Roku device within a 40-, 48-, 50-, or 55-inch screen starting late September at national retailers.
You know you love the power and convenience of streaming media, so why not have it all in one device? The Hisense Roku H4 TV has the Roku OS integrated within the system, yet allows consumers the choice of live, on-demand, or streamed audio and video.
Users can completely customize home screens to provide immediate access to all their favorite channels or connected devices. Navigation can be done with either the included Roku TV remote or Roku mobile app for iOS, Android, and Windows.
The Roku Channel Store grants access to over 1,500 streaming channels and 200,000 movies and TV episodes of all types for all ages. Combined with an antenna to pick up local stations as well as connectivity for broadcast cable, there isn’t anything that the Hisense Roku H4 TV can’t handle. All models are equipped to display full HD and have built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI ports, USB and digital audio output.
Prices are unknown as of yet, but will be available when the Hisense Roku H4 TVs are, next month. Check back soon at Roku.com.