Difference Between Roku Streaming Stick and Amazon Fire Stick
Here we bring you one of the most candid presentations ever – the difference between the Roku Streaming Stick and the Amazon Fire Stick. And yes, we also implore our viewers to PLEASE TRY THIS AT HOME TOO!
Roku prides in providing its users with a streaming resolution of 1080P with a fast quad core processor and a unique interface design that is simple and involves little comprehending efforts. With big block graphics that are easy to read, the interface enables four-way navigation on its remote with arrow controllers as against the Amazon Fire Stick, which limits itself to the Metro style UI. The Roku’s point anywhere remote is exceptional and does not require you to point directly at the device for channel control. Though, the Amazon Fire Stick does come with a built-in mic and voice button, which you can speak into when pressed. Roku provides our viewers with an unbiased channel search and subscription.
The Roku Streaming Stick offers the best value for money when compared to any device. It is small, speedy and affordable and every year Roku comes up with better streaming gadgets than the previous year. The Roku remote also comes with shortcut buttons to popular channels such as Netflix, Hulu, HBO etc. You can use the device wherever you have internet access such as even in a hotel room. Television companies now understand the benefits of the Roku device and are also having capabilities inbuilt into their TV sets. Your home entertainment setup does not require that extra remote that is usually needed by other streaming providers. Roku Streaming Sticks also come with the Night Listening Mode that reduces noise sounds such as explosions and enhances soft sounds. Roku’s distinctive screen mirroring feature is compatible with most PCs and mobile devices.