Star Trek: Picard's first episode, Remembrance, is a strong start to a Star Trek series that focuses more on character than sci-fi.
ESPN Plus offers a lot of live sports for a little money, but it's no replacement for the mainstream match-ups you'll still find on cable.
Kingdom Hearts III is a perfectly acceptable action/RPG, but the game's structure and story could have used a bigger refresh.
Audiophiles who already own a Roku TV and want the simplest sound solution should consider the Roku Wireless Speakers.
The Roku Premiere delivers a high-quality 4K HDR experience but cuts a few design corners along the way.
The Element 55-inch Roku TV is an inexpensive option for anyone looking to upgrade to a smart 4K TV, but it’s a basic model that skips some of the finer features.
There are several similar TV antennas on the market, including models from Mohu (the Leaf Metro), AmazonBasics (the Ultra Thin Antenna) and Antennas Direct (the ClearStream Flex). Most offer comparable performance, and a few even offer better prices.
The Marseille mCable (Gaming Edition) promises a sharper, clearer picture for your gaming enjoyment, but the improvements are modest.
The TCL 6 Series 65-inch Roku TV offers great performance, better backlighting and Roku smarts for an affordable price.
The Mohu Chroma is an able-enough flat, amplified indoor antenna. We just expected it to deliver more, given its larger-than-average size.
The TCL Roku 55S405 is as much as you could want for this affordable price, with solid 4K resolution, basic HDR support and Roku's feature-filled smart-TV interface.
The TCL Roku 43S403 delivers 4K, HDR and Roku's Smart TV interface for a very good price, but not a lot of frills.
The TCL Roku 49S405 is more than just an affordable 4K set; it’s also a great smart TV, with plenty to offer movie lovers, gamers and cord cutters.
The Sony HT-ST5000 soundbar delivers detailed audio, booming bass and encompassing Atmos surround sound, but the quality comes at a steep price.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a moderately priced, no-nonsense gadget with lots of stuff to watch and a significantly improved remote.
The Roku Ultra (2017) is an excellent value, especially if you can live with run-of-the-mill audio, but it's similar to last year's model.
Despite some shortcomings, the TCL Roku TV 55US5800 offers an intuitive, smart-TV interface in a bargain-priced, 55-inch 4K display.
While this 50-inch 4K TV from TCL has the class-leading Roku TV interface, its picture quality is lacking, even for a sub-$500 set.
The Roku Ultra lives up to its name, with 4K resolution, HDR support, digital audio, USB connectivity and more than 3,500 channels.
The inexpensive Roku Express offers a lot of channels, but an awkward design and sluggish performance undercut its value.
The Insignia Roku TV is a bargain 4K ultra-HD set with a surprisingly good picture and one of the best smart-TV setups available, thanks to Roku
The Roku Streaming Stick (2016) is a well-designed, inexpensive, content-rich streaming stick that occupies admirably little space.