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Walmart has Roku Premiere 4K HDR Streaming Media Player w/ High-Speed HDMI Cable & Remote on sale for $16. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise Shipping is free with Walmart+ (30-Day free trial), or on orders of $35+.
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  • Watch what you love: Upgrade your streaming with a massive selection of free, live, and premium TV, including Roku Originals and 300+ free live TV channels on The Roku Channel
  • Setup is a cinch: Plug it in with the included Premium High Speed HDMI Cable, connect to the internet, and start streaming—it's that simple
  • Simple remote: It's got everything you need to start streaming, plus shortcut buttons to popular streaming channels
  • The free Roku mobile app: Control your Roku device with a second remote, search with your voice, enjoy private listening with wireless headphones, and more on your iOS or Android device
  • Works with popular voice assistants: Enjoy easy voice control with Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant
  • With a fast processor and 802.11ac dual-band wireless, Roku Premiere gets you to your favorite shows fast, with smooth and responsive navigation and channels that launch quickly.
  • The 4K spotlight channel makes it easy to find 4K content and access quickly.
  • Easily cast music, photos, and videos from your smartphone or tablet right to your TV. Share and enjoy fantastic sideshows and movies starring you and your friends and loved ones.

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I'll take a stab at this.

I believe the Ultra will be faster when opening apps.

The Ultra has Dolby Vision, if your tv supports that.

The Ultra has a WiFi remote that doesn't need line of sight, meaning you can hide it away.

The Premiere remote doesn't have volume buttons or voice search. You can download the Roku app and use that as your remote instead, which will solve all the remote problems I've listed. In fact, I haven't used a remote in years. It's too easy to just pull up the app on my phone or turn the tv on or off using HomeKit.

It appears they're both dual band WiFi, which means they should be able to stream without buffering. I would imagine the Ultra would still be more likely not to have buffering.

I have Apple TVs, but I just got a Roku tv, and I've found myself using the Roku more than I thought. It's a very easy to use interface. The ads are a bit annoying. I just bought this one to add to another tv just to stream The Weather Channel. If I planned on using a Roku as my main source of entertainment, I'd go for the Ultra for that $30 price. $16 for this Roku Premiere is a no brainer to buy now. I'll also always encourage people to dump Cable TV, cable boxes, and Comcast/Xfinity. Hope this helps.
My dude you are recommending a TWO HUNDRED DOLLAR device on a deal thread for a $16 device. Pls go away lmao.
In terms of general usage such as streaming video and such, there won't be much difference.

However, the Ultra LT comes with a wifi "point anywhere" remote that has voice search and a headphone jack and generally cost ~$20 by itself.

If you've ever used the Roku TV remotes or other "simple" Roku remotes, they can be a real pain.
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What I hate about Roku is that they do not have Bluetooth!!!
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12-05-2022 at 10:01 PM.
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Too expensive. The Ultra LT for $30 is/was a better deal
Can you sum up the difference in a few sentences for the tech less than savvy? Thx
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12-05-2022 at 10:10 PM.
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Can you sum up the difference in a few sentences for the tech less than savvy? Thx
In terms of general usage such as streaming video and such, there won't be much difference.

However, the Ultra LT comes with a wifi "point anywhere" remote that has voice search and a headphone jack and generally cost ~$20 by itself.

If you've ever used the Roku TV remotes or other "simple" Roku remotes, they can be a real pain.
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Ultra does Dolby vision also. This does basic HDR.
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What I hate about Roku is that they do not have Bluetooth!!!

Agreed. That is why I stopped using it
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12-05-2022 at 10:41 PM.
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Can you sum up the difference in a few sentences for the tech less than savvy? Thx
I'll take a stab at this.

I believe the Ultra will be faster when opening apps.

The Ultra has Dolby Vision, if your tv supports that.

The Ultra has a WiFi remote that doesn't need line of sight, meaning you can hide it away.

The Premiere remote doesn't have volume buttons or voice search. You can download the Roku app and use that as your remote instead, which will solve all the remote problems I've listed. In fact, I haven't used a remote in years. It's too easy to just pull up the app on my phone or turn the tv on or off using HomeKit.

It appears they're both dual band WiFi, which means they should be able to stream without buffering. I would imagine the Ultra would still be more likely not to have buffering.

I have Apple TVs, but I just got a Roku tv, and I've found myself using the Roku more than I thought. It's a very easy to use interface. The ads are a bit annoying. I just bought this one to add to another tv just to stream The Weather Channel. If I planned on using a Roku as my main source of entertainment, I'd go for the Ultra for that $30 price. $16 for this Roku Premiere is a no brainer to buy now. I'll also always encourage people to dump Cable TV, cable boxes, and Comcast/Xfinity. Hope this helps.
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12-05-2022 at 10:51 PM.
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I'll take a stab at this.

I believe the Ultra will be faster when opening apps.

The Ultra has Dolby Vision, if your tv supports that.

The Ultra has a WiFi remote that doesn't need line of sight, meaning you can hide it away.

The Premiere remote doesn't have volume buttons or voice search. You can download the Roku app and use that as your remote instead, which will solve all the remote problems I've listed. In fact, I haven't used a remote in years. It's too easy to just pull up the app on my phone or turn the tv on or off using HomeKit.

It appears they're both dual band WiFi, which means they should be able to stream without buffering. I would imagine the Ultra would still be more likely not to have buffering.

I have Apple TVs, but I just got a Roku tv, and I've found myself using the Roku more than I thought. It's a very easy to use interface. The ads are a bit annoying. I just bought this one to add to another tv just to stream The Weather Channel. If I planned on using a Roku as my main source of entertainment, I'd go for the Ultra for that $30 price. $16 for this Roku Premiere is a no brainer to buy now. I'll also always encourage people to dump Cable TV, cable boxes, and Comcast/Xfinity. Hope this helps.
On-topic with the Xfinity and cord cutting proliferate, you're aware of the Comcast/Charter venture with Xumo? I couldn't agree more that dumping residential cable TV service is a must in '22 with the year over year tax/fee hikes. With the cost of these 4K streaming devices this year reaching <$20 I hope makes it a more encouraging world to explore for those who haven't already.
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On-topic with the Xfinity and cord cutting proliferate, you're aware of the Comcast/Charter venture with Xumo? I couldn't agree more that dumping residential cable TV service is a must in '22 with the year over year tax/fee hikes. With the cost of these 4K streaming devices this year reaching
I just googled it after your reply. I know that AT&T had a plan to raise their streaming service prices until they were in line with cable tv. I like the idea of paying monthly for the streaming app of the two channels I watch, and being able to unsubscribe or subscribe to just the ones I want. You're right, there's a lot of free content on these boxes too.
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Ultra does Dolby vision also. This does basic HDR.
The Ultra LT does not do Atmos but the Ultra does
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12-06-2022 at 05:55 AM.
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Btw, the $5 code mentioned on the box works towards Redbox streaming.

New Roku members can get a free 30-day HBO Max & Discover+ trial too.

https://www.roku.com/offers/hbomax

https://www.roku.com/offers/premiums
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