Roku, Walmart Launch Smart TVs in Mexico

Walmart and Roku Dec. 23 announced the launch of the new Atvio Roku TV lineup of smart TVs, exclusively available in Walmart stores in Mexico.

Atvio Roku TVs will offer consumers a smart TV experience that is easy to use so they can enjoy streaming entertainment at an affordable price. Atvio Roku TV models will be available in the upcoming weeks and will include a 32-inch HD screen, and a 50 and 55-inch UHD screen, starting at $179 (3,499 pesos). Executives from both companies said the partnership underscores years of attempting to meld Internet access with low-cost televisions.

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“We’re thrilled to bring Roku’s leading operating system to our Atvio smart TVs in Mexico this holiday season so our customers can enjoy the best entertainment that is easy to use and at an incredible value,” Jesús Enrique Guzman Güereca, VP of Walmart Mexico, said in a statement.

The new Atvio Roku TV lineup includes: 32-inch to 55-inch screens, HD, built-in wireless, USB, 3x HDMI, antenna input, AV input, S/PDIF. Additional features include putting all entertainment options (streaming, cable/satellite, antenna) onto one personalized home screen. Roku TV offers a streaming line-up with more than 100,000 movies & TV episodes across thousands of free and paid streaming channels, such as the Apple TV app, Cinépolis KLIC, Claro Video, HBO Go and Netflix.

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Roku Search: Fast and easy search across top channels offers results ranked by price.

Over-the-air HDTV: Connect an HD antenna for easy access to live over-the-air programming. Pause, rewind, or fast forward live TV for up to 90 minutes (requires 16GB USB stick).

Roku Remote: An easy to use remote control with channel shortcut buttons.

Free Roku mobile app: Control the TV using the virtual remote and keyboard, enjoy private listening with headphones, and more.


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