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Get powerful performance, stunning 4K* and HDR* picture quality, and an advanced remote for an amazing streaming experience. The new Roku Premiere+ for HD & 4K Ultra HD TVs comes with a fast quad-core processor for ultra-smooth streaming. Brilliant 4K resolution at 60fps immerses you in the action with crisp, life-like images that practically jump off the screen. Vibrant HDR gives you rich, realistic color detail-even in the darkest shadows and brightest highlights. You can watch just about anything with access to 350,000+ movies and TV episodes across 3,500+ paid or free channels. And get great features like a handy point anywhere remote with headphones for private listening. *The 4K experience requires a compatible 4K TV and 4K content. HDR requires a compatible HDR TV and HDR content. Such content will not be available on all channels. Check with the 4K channel partner for specific bandwidth requirements to access its 4K content. *TV Compatibility:HD TVs – Up to 1080p (1920 x 1080) with up-scaling from 720p,4K UHD TVs – Up to 2160p at 60fps (3840 × 2160) with up-scaling from 720p and 1080p,4K UHD HDR TVs – Supports HDR10 technology
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448 of 463 people found the following review helpful.
Differences between Premiere Plus and Premiere.
I own the Roku Premiere and the Roku Premiere Plus. They are both good but there are some differences.
Both could use improvement in being able to customize remote buttons, back-light remote and so forth.
OK....Here are the big differences.
Premiere Plus has an Ethernet port and micro SD card slot.
Also, Premiere Plus is HDR (High Dynamic Range ) TV ready.
The Premiere has none of the above listed capabilities.
Both are 4K ready.
The Premiere Plus remote is thicker, has a better feel to it (my opinion), and requires 2 AA batteries.
This remote appears to be a Radio Frequency (RF) remote control.
This remote has the headphone jack for private listening.
The Premiere remote is thinner and utilizes 2 AAA batteries.
This remote is an infrared (IR) type remote.
No headphone jack.
If your WiFi internet is spotty in your house, I would definitely buy the Premiere Plus, because it has a wired Ethernet port.
Personally, I like the Premiere Plus better due to the fact of differences listed above.
99 of 106 people found the following review helpful.
Exceeded Expectations! Roku has done it again!
This is my second Roku product I've owned and it still hasn't dissapointed! If you have a HD tv or 4K, this is perfect for you. The resolution is amazing, there's no buffering or lagging when you switch between apps, the whole thing is awesome.
Great picture quality, easy setup, simple design, connects to wifi quickly, smooth streaming, brighter colors (I compared to my HD tv's built in Hulu app and the Roku's Hulu app and there's a big difference in color brightness), the remote app is still great, more choices for screensavers (now you can choose your own photos or their 4K ones), and when you connect headphones to the remote it doesn't skip or stop working.
None so far. If you use the gaming buttons of other Roku devices, the fact that this remote doesn't have them might be a con, but I never used them so it doesn't make a difference to me.
The layout and setup is practically the same as previous models. The biggest differences are the picture quality and speed of the devices. There's an obvious difference that you can see. The device itself is wider than previous models, but thinner. The remote has a matte finish which is different than the older model's remote I had.
Another perk is that you get almost all the same features as the Apple TV, but cheaper. You can't beat that!
I ordered this from Amazon with 2 day shipping and it shipped and was delivered on time. Box and device were clean and not damaged.
Would recommend to everyone!
124 of 136 people found the following review helpful.
With this Premier + unit . I can really see a difference in the Picture quality.( I do NOT have a 4 k TV) & the clarity
By Mocha's mom
I have owned a Roku since it was introduced to the market... In fact still have the old unit... and it still WORKS..
but have upgraded several times over the years.. But I have to say I other than speed they were pretty much the same.... but w this Premier Plus unit . I can really see a difference in the Picture quality... I do NOT have a 4 k TV I have a Samsung 1080 p .... but there is remarkable differences in the clarity of the picture..
Yesterday after install I flipped on Sling TV ( free trial ) and tuned in to one of the marathon Star War's movies that was playing. It was so near what I saw in the theater, I was shocked. But just to PROVE to myself I wasn't seeing something just because it was a new unit .. I flipped OFF the Roku and tuned in to that same TV show on my TV...... good grief it was like switching from a HD station to a SD station.........!!!!
I didn't think having the earbuds attached to the remote would be even something I would be interested. in ... again I was WRONG...... plugged in my personal ear buds and it worked PERFECTLY... even having the sound controller on the side of the Remote...
I am now anxious to try some really nice Movies... w a lot of high level CGI.... and see if the picture was as dramatic as what I was seeing yesterday on Sling TV...
Overall I was pleasantly surprised ... and just as a aside.. I much prefer the screen tiles etc on the Roku vs the way the Fire TV is laid out.. Much simpler on the Roku and honestly you don't need any fancy screen you just need to FINE the app your looking for.. and they even let you change the line up so the apps you use the most can be MOVED up the list to make it just that much easier..
I really PREFER the simplicity.... over the FIRE TV
So I can say that I do recommend this upgrade..
.......not all of the previous versions of Roku's could I make that recommendation but this year there is real difference.