Roku has launched its Premiere range of streaming devices, both capable of outputting Ultra HD and HDR video, alongside a refreshed Roku Ultra bundle.
Both the Premiere and Premiere+ streaming players have a quad-core processor and built-in Wi-Fi. The difference lies in the packaged remote; the Premiere model comes with an infrared remote, whereas Premiere+ features a Wi-Fi remote with a built-in microphone, enabling voice control functions. Both devices support HDR10 — but neither supports Dolby Vision.
Roku Premiere and Premiere+ are available to pre-order now, priced at $40 and $50 respectively, with devices shipping in October.
Additionally, the company announced it will be bundling its Roku Ultra streaming box with a set of JBL headphones, also from October, priced at $100.