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Roku Streaming Stick – the new cool way to stream the web onto your TV

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Yes, the future is all about smaller yet more powerful things like smartwatches, smartglasses, etc. But le’ts not forget the importance of streaming USB sticks which add smart streaming to televisions, because Google Chromecast has been a big hit, even though it lacks certain features. So we certainly deserve a decent alternative to Google’s smart stick.

The new Roku Streaming Stick offers all the goodness of the Chromecast with some extra perks. If you want to turn your TV into a web streaming station then this little dongle will help you in the transformation.

All you need to do is plug this little device into your TV’s HDMI port and download the dedicated app for your Android or iOS device. Once done, you can stream nearly 1200 channels, Netflix, Youtube, etc via your smartphone to your TV. It also comes with a Wi-Fi remote control that gives it an edge over the competition. The Roku Streaming Stick is available for Pre-order via Roku store for $49.99, shipping starts next month.


 Roku Streaming Stick   the new cool way to stream the web onto your TV

Dil Soomro is a hardcore gamer, a true geek and is fascinated by everything that goes beep. His love for the latest technology is unexplainable in mere words.

Dil Soomro – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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