Roku announced the launching of its new Roku TV models in Mexico and increase its entertainment content catalog. Some of the most important news announced were the arrival of HBO through the Cinépolis Klic platform and Gadgets and Geeks, with exclusive content for Roku, focused on technological content and with live programming and videos of the newest devices.
‘Mexico is a great market for streaming, where consumers have a great appetite for entertainment and our partners are making significant inversions in original content’, said Matthew Anderson, Roku’s Marketing Director. ‘Interest in easy-to-use products, and value and love of television have improved the growth of streaming. Additionally, the incredible creative talent makes Mexico a world leader in content production. We want to offer a great streaming experience for all’, he said.
Roku has also announced that next month it will launch its new Hisense R6F Roku TV screen to the Mexican market, a 75-inch Smart TV with 4K Ultra HD. The company will also present Roku Express+, with movies and series from Netflix, cable channels content, and streaming of the most commented TV programs on free and paid programs. In addition, Roku Express + has a composite port and another HDMI for streaming content. The offer also includes Roku Streaming Stick +, which offers a range four times greater than the standard and a more powerful network for streaming without interruptions, even in rooms far away from a router.