The Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI Version): Shipping Now!

The wait is over! The new Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI Version) is shipping now from Roku.comAmazon.comBestBuy.comTarget.com and Walmart.com. You can also expect to see it in stores early April.

For just $49.99, the Roku Streaming Stick delivers big entertainment in a tiny stick. Get access to 1,200+ channels with loads of movies, TV shows, news, music, sports and kids’ programming.

Feeling lucky? There’s still plenty of chances to win the Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI Version) in our sweepstakes until April 7. The more you enter, the more chances to win. Tell a friend.

Good luck!

 

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  • EnTerr

    Not to forget – Frys stores.

  • trippcook

    Does the Streaming Stick support the new Netflix experience (that is compatible with different Netflix profiles)?

  • bransam

    I’d also like to know whether it supports the Netflix profiles rather than just the main profile like the older Roku versions.

  • NRF

    Why is Roku intentionally making its players unusable for certain customers? I’m not specifically talking about the stick, I am referring to the other player models. According to your site, their are NO Roku player models that have BOTH Ethernet (wired network) AND composite (analog RCA) video connections. One must choose either Wi-Fi only in order to get the composite video connections, OR choose the HDMI only model in order to get Ethernet. This is outrageous. This means Roku is unusable for customers like myself who don’t want a wireless network for security reasons AND do not wish to downgrade a perfectly good tube TV (no HDMI) to an LCD just to get HDMI. Can’t Roku make a model with both Ethernet AND the composite (analog/RCA type) connections? There is no valid reason why your models offer one or the other but not both.

    • jessdfacts

      Um, it’s 2014. Embrace the future.