Roku launched its first smart TV in Peru, after working with technology company AOC to develop the AOC Roku TV device in the region. Previously, the companies had already collaborated to sell their product in the Brazilian territory, and now they decided to start extending their alliance in Latin America.
As detailed by Roku in a statement, the new line of televisions includes 32-inch and 43-inch models, which have the brand’s operating system integrated and have a “simple and intuitive” interface. Through it, users will be able to access the main streaming platforms, such as Netflix, Disney + and HBO Max, as well as the Pluto TV and Vix free channels.
On the other hand, the company also reported that the AOC Roku TV will be available in various electronics stores throughout the country, including Falabella, Plaza Vea, Ripley and Hiraoka; and that it will have a value of USD 260 or USD 300, depending on the size.