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Roku Express box

RHB

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I'm not a subscriber to Sky or BT TV so I currently use a Freesat recorder for live TV and have an amazon box and a Now box attached plus a DVD player via HDMI ports. My issue is contention with the number of ports vs the number of boxes to plug in. My old panasonic had 4 ports so no problem, this one has only 3. I've been looking at buying a Roku Express plug in which would give me Amazon, Now and Netflix all via the same port. It also gives me YouTube and a wodge of other streaming apps which I'm not too fussed about.

Anyone using a Roku box at the moment, and if so, is it as good as the Now and Amazon boxes as separates?
 
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