People pay considerably more for a smart TV just so they could connect it to the Internet. Well, one thing that I love about Roku is that you can connect it to any TV, so you might as well save your money by getting a bigger, nicer TV instead of the smart one, and connect it to the Internet via your Roku device.

No matter which TV set you are sitting in front of on Sunday, February 7th, 2016, there is a good chance that you will be watching Super Bowl 50. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos go into Levis Stadium at 5 point underdogs against the Carolina Panthers. If you want to have some skin in the game and wager on Super Bowl 2016 then take a look at for recommended US sportsbooks.

The question is, do you go for Roku 3 or the more expensive Roku 4? For sport fans, be it Super Bowl 50 or some other sport, the ability to see the crystal clear picture with the vivid details means that Roku 4 is the way to go.


Why? Because Roku 4 supports 4K (Ultra HD), which offers truly incredible video quality.

One important thing to keep in mind is that you do need a decent Internet connection if you’re going to watch videos in 4K simply because each one pulls 4 times as much data compared to your ‘normal’ high-definition.

While 4K is fantastic for fast sports, you do not need to be a sports fan to enjoy it. Watching a nature documentary in 4K is, quite-simply, an eye-popping experience. It’s one of those things that once you start using, you don’t want to go without πŸ™‚

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