Insignia Roku TV sets debut at CES 2015

Roku and Insignia have partnered together to release new Insignia Roku TV models, the new sets will be available for purchase exclusively at Best Buy stores and at BestBuy.com.

“Roku TV has set a new bar for the smart TV experience. From the personalized home screen, to Roku Search that searches across many top streaming channels, to the largest selection of streaming channels available on a smart TV, Roku TV delivers an experience consumers truly love,” said Chas Smith, general manager of OEM for Roku. “Insignia is an outstanding TV brand and combining its TV design with Roku’s powerful OS, content relationships and software expertise will provide Insignia customers with the best smart TV experience available at an affordable price.”

The Roku TV personalized home screen brings all TV entertainment choices, including devices such as gaming consoles, cable boxes and Blu-ray players, together with their favorite streaming channels. Consumers no longer need to navigate through multiple inputs and complicated menus that have plagued other smart TVs. Now, with just a few clicks of the remote, consumers can watch a live television show, stream a movie or listen to their favorite song all from their Roku TV home screen.

Roku TV provides access to the Roku Channel Store, which includes more than 2,000 streaming channels that feature 200,000+ movies and TV episodes plus live sports, music, news, fitness and much more. In addition, consumers can use Roku Search to find availability and pricing for movies and TV shows across top streaming channels. They can also search for actors and directors and view filmographies.

Consumers control Roku TV with a simple and intuitive remote control, which has half the buttons of a traditional TV remote and includes a directional pad for additional convenience. Roku TV can also be controlled with a mobile device using the free Roku mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Consumers can cast Netflix and YouTube as well as personal video, photos and music directly from their mobile device to Roku TV.