The Roku Americans have just introduced a new computer for their line of cheaper streaming devices called the Roku Streaming Stick+ , a model oriented to the US market and that includes support for 4K HDR10 video. It is a TV-Stick device that promises to be 5 times more powerful than the previous model and also maintaining the same price. An easy-to-use computer where we can find preinstalled mainstream video on demand subscription platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime video as well as free channels of all kinds.
We have very little specific hardware data of the Roku Streaming Stick+ that go beyond what is visible, we only know that includes WiFi aC MIMO, Bluetooth and that it supports audio pass through 5.1 DTS Digital Surround. The connectivity of this equipment is minimal since we only have an HDMI 2.0 port and a miniUSB port where there is a power cable that we can connect to the own USB of the TV and that also integrates a WiFi antenna.
The Roku Streaming Stick+ has its own operating system based on Linux and includes a remote control with voice functions and buttons for direct access to various platforms but we can also control it through an app from our Smartphone.