The Roku Channel Store is home to hundreds of apps, or channels as they are called here, including YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, ABC, NBC, or even Disney Now. (You won’t find a YouTube app on the Fire TV Stick, so it’s refreshing to see it here. ) Unlike other ecosystems which opt for a more closed-door experience, Roku encourages an open platform, meaning you’ll see some "indie" content providers.
The one major difference is that the Premiere+ comes with a microphone-equipped wireless remote control (and it’s also only sold at Walmart). At $39. 99 and $49. 99 respectively, the Premiere and Premiere+ are poised to compete directly with the similarly priced, Mashable Choice-winning Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K.
The Roku Premiere (top) and Premiere+ remote controls.
The Roku Premiere and Premiere+ are nearly identical 4K streaming devices.
A microphone at the top of the Premiere+ remote lets you access voice controls, but it’s limited to searching for content.
Roku Premiere and Premiere+ review: You should consider only one https://t.co/WC5V9qgYQk— Mashable (@mashable) September 5, 2020
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