What's better than a Roku Stick? A Roku Stick with 4K and HDR. The Plus is designed to deliver the highest-quality video from Netflix, Amazon and others, but your grad will need a 4K and/or HDR-capable TV to take full advantage.
If your grad has a bunch of stuff on iTunes, or she just wants something that looks and feels a lot like her iPhone, the new Apple TV is just the ticket. In addition to numerous TV apps it also works with many of the games and other apps she might already own.
At this price, however, it might make more sense to spend a bit more for the 4K version.
Take everything we said before about the Apple TV and add compatibility with the latest 4K resolution and high dynamic range TV shows and movies. It's a grown-up-level gift for your video-centric Apple fan grad.
Your grad loves all the built-in Roku apps but maybe deserves a TV that a bit bigger -- and still ultra-affordable. The S405 is one of the least expensive 4K TVs available and comes in sizes from 43 to 65(!) inches.
Looking for the blend of Roku smarts, excellent image quality and an affordable price? The P series is as good as it gets, delivering all of that goodness to your deserving grad. Too bad it only comes in one size: 55 inches.
So what about that grad who knocked it out of the park in school and has always wanted the best TV money can buy? Look no further than LG's OLED televisions, which cost a bundle but repay it with perfect black levels and a lifetime of gratitude from your grad.
And now for something completely different. Your grad loves movie night more than mere TV and has a big enough space to stretch out a huge projector image. This Epson is one of the least expensive decent models available.
And the step-waaaay-up version of that Optoma is this, one of the first somewhat affordable projectors to deliver 4K resolution. Beyond the extra pixels, your lucky grad will appreciate its overall superb image quality.