Do you want a new device to connect to your TV and play video, but you're not sure which? I have you covered.
I have reviewed almost all the major transmitters in the current market, from Roku to Amazon, from Chromecast to Apple TV, along with all the main Smart TV systems. Let me tell you, with the exception of the TVs that actually run Roku or Amazon software, a streamer is better than the intelligence built into your set. It has more applications, better search, more frequent updates and more.
And most streamers are super affordable, especially considering how much you'll probably use, like, every day, often for several hours in an hour.
In reproduction: Look at this:
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So, if your current transmitter has problems in the tooth, or if you're just looking for something compatible with the new TV 4K HDR it's likely that I'll be happy with one of these.
Best overall: Roku Streaming Stick Plus
Price: $ 65
Why it's great: Roku is my favorite transmission system, with the most applications, the simplest interface, the best search and a platform independent of the content that does not work Push any provider, such as Amazon video or iTunes over another. The Plus is the most economical transmitter of the company with 4K HDR, and even if your current TV does not support those formats, your next one probably will. His accent on practical features, such as a remote control that can control the volume and power of your television, seals the deal.
Read the full CNET review of the Roku Streaming Stick Plus
Better if you do not mind You spend $ 170: Apple TV 4K