Looking for a set-top box for your home television but don’t want to spend a fortune purchasing one? Roku has just announced a new addition to its set top box lineup called the Roku LT. Touted as the market’s cheapest streaming player, it “works with virtually any TV and delivers the full award-winning Roku streaming experience” with over 300 channels including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Pandora, EPIX, Crackle, Disney and HBO GO.
Roku aims to get one into every household and the low price of the entry-level Roku LT brings the company one step closer to its goal. How much for the Roku LT, you ask? Well, the Roku LT can be yours for only $49. The Roku LT will be available from Roku.com and Amazon.com beginning early next month. Any of you planning to pick up this up when it goes on sale?
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