If you’re planning to buy a new Apple TV, you’ll want to get the most powerful one available.
The $129.99 model has all the latest features and hardware from Apple, including a 6-inch touchscreen and a dual-core 1.4GHz processor, along with a 13-megapixel camera and 4K video.
The cheaper $79.99 is just the same, but comes with a 1080p screen and a 3-megabit Ethernet port.
It also includes a USB-C port, HDMI, and Thunderbolt 3 ports, along the lines of the $49.99 Roku boxes.
These two boxes also have the same features, but offer a slightly cheaper price.
The best-looking and cheapest of the bunch is the $69.99 Amazon Fire TV Stick, which offers the same hardware as the $129 Apple TV but costs just $49 more.
The Amazon Fire Stick’s remote is a bit smaller and easier to use than the $29.99 Apple TV remote, but the remote lacks a touchscreen and the remote itself is just slightly thinner.
That said, the Amazon Fire stick does have a dedicated remote button for controlling Netflix and Amazon Prime video.
We’re not going to go into any details about the Amazon remote for this article, but for now, it’s easy to understand why Apple has kept it so close to home.
The Roku Box Roku Box is the most popular streaming stick available, and you can pick it up for as little as $35.99.
The new Roku Box has a 4K screen, 4G LTE connectivity, and comes with 4K HDR support.
The streaming stick is one of the best choices you can make for streaming video and music, but it’s also one of our least favorite streaming sticks.
The most powerful Roku Box comes with the same specs as the Roku Box, but offers more powerful hardware.
The more powerful Roku 4 comes with an 8-inch 1080p HD screen, an ARM Cortex-A57 processor, a 64GB microSD card slot, and an Nvidia Tegra K1 GPU.
The 4K version also comes with support for HDR streaming, but doesn’t have HDR support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, or other premium streaming devices.
You can buy a Roku 4 box at Amazon for $34.99, which is $35 less than the Amazon Roku 4.
If you don’t want to buy the latest model, you can buy the Roku 4 on Amazon for just $19.99 instead.
We found the Roku 3 and Roku 4 to be excellent options for streaming content, and we loved the 4K resolution and HDR support of the Roku boxes as well.
The other major Roku box we tested, the Roku X, is a 4G streaming stick that offers up to a 4k resolution, up to 1080p HDR streaming support, and a Tegra X1 chip.
Roku X has a more expensive price tag than the Roku box, but its specs are just as impressive.
Roku 4 and Roku X Roku 4 is the best-performing streaming stick we tested and it also has the most advanced hardware.
Roku has made significant strides over the past few years, but Roku’s performance in recent years has been disappointing.
Roku’s streaming hardware has generally performed better than Amazon’s over the last year or two, but in this case Roku’s support for premium streaming services has been lacking.
We also had a hard time finding any quality HDR support on Roku 4 at all, though it’s worth noting that it does have Dolby TrueHD, DolBY Vision, and Dolby XB1 support.
Roku isn’t the only streaming stick offering 4K support, either, but we weren’t able to find any 4K streaming hardware on Roku.
Roku also offers 4K wireless and 3D audio, but there aren’t any 4k devices on Roku’s network.
Amazon Roku streaming sticks offer better 4K performance than Roku’s offerings, but don’t offer HDR support or 4K TV streaming.
Amazon also offers a cheaper, yet more powerful 4K Roku box that doesn’t offer 4K features.
Roku Streaming Stick Roku Streaming sticks are the best choice for those looking for the most power.
Roku doesn’t include 4K hardware on its streaming stick, but Amazon does.
Amazon has a new Roku Streaming stick, the 4G Roku Streaming TV, which comes with 3G, 4D wireless, and 4G TV streaming support.
Amazon is a good fit for those who prefer a cheaper streaming stick.
Amazon’s Roku streaming stick has a higher price tag and is less powerful, but still offers 4G connectivity, Dolbys audio, and more.
Roku is also offering 4G-only Roku streaming boxes.
If Amazon’s streaming stick doesn’t meet your needs, Roku offers a Roku Streaming box that’s just as powerful and features Dolby Audio, Dolbye Vision, HDR support, 4K Blu-ray, and wireless connectivity.
Amazon and Roku aren’t the same.