CES 2014 is now in full swing and one of the first big announcements of the week is upon us. Roku has been making media streaming devices for many years now, and they’re one of the most popular choices for consumers. Today though, they’ve announced they’re taking it a step further with Roku TV. Roku TV will combined Roku’s lineup of channels, including Netflix, HBOGO, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and Amazon Prime, with traditional cable television into an interface that they hope will be a better, all-in-one, user experience.
Roku TVs will be available sometime this fall in sizes ranging from 32″ to 55″ and will be packed with a remote containing twenty buttons. Roku will also be making an app available on both iOS and Android that will allow for controlling the TV via your smart phone. They’re partnering with TV manufactures TCL and Hisense to bring the new product to market. Roku has also confirmed that they will still continue to make their signature streaming boxes alongside these new Roku TVs . What do you think of Roku’s newest product?