Back in October, Roku announced a refresh to their line of streaming devices, however, they only revealed the details for the US release of those devices.

Today Roku finally announced the UK release details for a couple of these devices, revealing the release date details for their entry-level Roku Express device and their new 4K-capable Streaming Stick+.

Both of these devices will be launched in the UK this month.

The Streaming Stick+ will be available from Roku’s website from October 19th for £79.99, after which it will be launched in stores around the UK by the end of this month.

You will also be able to pick up the Roku Express in the UK from Roku’s website for £29.99 from October 19th.

In case you don’t know, the Express is Roku’s entry-level device and is designed for anyone who wants a simple solution for streaming content on their TV.

It features 1080p video streaming with an IR remote and enough specs to make it up to five times as powerful as the previous Express box, according to Roku.

The Roku Streaming Stick+ is a little more impressive, featuring up to 4K HDR video streaming at up to 60 frames per second and a design that allows it to plug directly into the back of your television, via a HDMI port.

It also features a quad-core processor, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a wireless remote for controlling the stick and much more.

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