UltraFlix is bringing it’s massive 4K video rental library to the Roku 4 according to a press release by the company. The company boast over 1,000 titles in 4K, so this is a significant development in the direction of bringing 4K content to cord cutters.
There was a lot of grumbling from the so called tech experts when Roku launched the Roku 4 about lack of 4K content, it looks like now they will have to revisit their critiques. While admittedly this isn’t the floodgates of 4K content for streaming, this surely is cracking the door open.
What you need:
- Roku 4
- Streaming speeds between 15 – 20 Mbps
- A 4K capable TV
You can check out the full press release from UltraFlix about the move below.
NanoTech Entertainment (OTCPINK: NTEK), a pioneer in bringing the most visually stunning streaming TV experience to consumers, announced today that UltraFlix is now available for the Roku® 4 streaming player. UltraFlix features a vast library of beautiful 4K content, giving Roku 4 owners even more options for finding 4K-quality video to stream whenever they want.
Nanotech has been building its’ 4K library for nearly two years to deliver an extensive collection of 4K entertainment. With a combination of native 4K digital titles, 4K film scanning, high-quality scaling techniques and a dedicated team of video artists, UltraFlix has successfully amassed a selection of Hollywood hits from major studios such as Paramount, MGM, Millennium, Magnolia and Warner, award-winning documentaries made for IMAX theatres, hot new TV series from A&E Networks and stunning time-lapse motion art from top independent producers from around the globe.
Roku customers in the U.S. who own a Roku 4 streaming player can use the UltraFlix channel to view 4K-quality TV shows and movies such as The Terminator, Star Trek, Mission Impossible, The Godfather, Transformers, GI Joe, Gladiator, World War Z, IMAX thrillers and many more all-time Hollywood classics.
“The success of the Roku platform and its strong customer engagement can be attributed to the company’s focus on choice, a simple user experience and innovation,” said Aaron Taylor, NanoTech’s Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “That focus aligns with NanoTech’s mission to deliver the most visually stunning movies, music, documentaries and award-winning television series for our customers. We’re delighted to bring UltraFlix and its library of on-demand 4K entertainment to the Roku 4 streaming player, and are confident Roku customers will enjoy the quality and selection of content within the UltraFlix channel.”
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