Roku's Pro Series TVs Are Here to Supercharge Your Streaming

We’re all familiar with Roku devices and streaming sticks, but there are also a few Roku-powered TVs out there. If you like Roku, but you don’t want to use a separate device, Roku TVs come with Roku OS out of the box, so it’s just a matter of logging in and getting right into watching your stuff. Now, Roku TVs are about to become much better, as Roku has just announced “Pro” series TVs.

Roku has just revealed its latest lineup of TVs, the Roku Pro Series TVs, joining the existing Select and Plus series. The new models are available in three different sizes: 55 inches, 65 inches, and 75 inches, making them suitable for both small and large living rooms. They come with pretty much anything you could ask for in a premium TV, including a 4K QLED display with Mini-LED local dimming technology, which offers deeper blacks and brighter whites. They also come with enhanced audio technology that ensures great sound as well as a modern design compatible with wall mounting—just don’t put it over your fireplace.

The point of the Pro Series TVs is to provide exceptional visual and audio quality, while also giving users the best Roku experience possible. Roku also introduced Roku Smart Picture, a set of features set to debut in Spring 2024 across all Roku TV models, including the Pro Series. Utilizing artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data from content partners, Smart Picture automatically adjusts and tweaks your picture depending on what kind of content you’re watching.

The pricing for the Roku Pro Series TVs is set to be under $1,500, so at least, you won’t be having to pay a lot of money. Roku also says that you should be able to buy these starting on Spring, so they’re still a few months away. In the meantime, there are many other Roku-powered TVs to choose from, or you can buy one of the company’s streaming players and connect it to any modern TV. The higher-end Roku players support 4K, HDR, and other features that will make the most out of higher-end TVs.

Source: Roku


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