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This Roku's price is so low, it's in Secret Santa territory

This Walmart-exclusive streamer is only $15 right now.

Roku is CNET's favorite streaming platform thanks to its ease of use and compatibility with all of the major streaming service apps, from Netflix to Disney Plus to HBO Max. And now that Google and Roku have (thankfully) managed to strike a deal, both YouTube and YouTube TV will be available as well. Right now, you can get this Roku that attaches to any television for over 50% off.


The Roku LE is the cheapest streamer we've ever seen. It's a small dongle that connects to your TV and via an included HDMI cable, comes with a basic infrared remote and streams in HD (1080p) resolution. It's basically identical to the Roku Express except that it's white, not black. 

The LE is cheap, but we think it's still worth paying a bit more for a Roku 4K Streaming Stick+, which features a better resolution and an improved remote, and are on sale for just $30 ($30 off). On the other hand at this price it makes sense if all you want is basic streaming for the lowest price.

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Other Roku deals include the Roku Streaming Stick 4K for $40 ($10 off), the Roku Premiere for $50 ($20 off) and the excellent Roku Streambar for $99 ($31 off).