December 10, 2022

Roku begins selling smart home products in nearly 3,500 Walmart stores

Roku begins selling smart home products in nearly 3,500 Walmart stores

Roku video streaming device will soon start selling smart home products in Walmart stores In the US, companies announced Wednesday.

Consumers will be able to purchase smart home products, developed in partnership with Wyze Labs, at nearly 3,500 Walmart stores across the United States starting Oct. to me Corporate press release. Some items became available for sale on Wednesday at Walmart and Roku’s respective websites.

This June 24, 2021 photo shows a Walmart store in Oklahoma City. Walmart is raising its annual forecast for a key sales metric after reporting second-quarter financial results that beat analysts’ expectations. Results announced on Tuesday 17 August, not confirmed (AP Photo/Sue Ogroki/AP Newsroom)

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The production line up It features a Floodlight camera, indoor and outdoor camera, indoor 360 camera, video doorbell, smart lights, smart light strips, and indoor and outdoor smart plugs, the statement said. Roku’s smart home cameras The range is in the price, with the internal price starting at $26.99.

The statement said users will be able to watch Roku doorbells and camcorders through their Roku TV operating systems.

Brazil – 09/11/2019: In this photo illustration, the Roku Streaming Player logo is displayed on a smartphone. (Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) (Getty Images)

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The company has also introduced a mobile companion app and camera subscription plan that “includes cloud video recording history, smart alerts, package delivery notifications, and more,” according to the release.

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We are expanding the Roku ecosystem for Tens of millions of families “For those already using Roku devices — or anyone looking for a new option to upgrade their spaces with smart lighting, cameras, and more,” Mark Robins, vice president of Roku Smart Home, said in a statement.

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Laura Rush, senior vice president of electronics, gaming and seasonality at Walmart US, said the product line “allows our customers to easily enjoy the security and convenience that these new products offer in Roku.”

The production line has Safety Features Such as two-factor authentication, secure operation, and user data encryption.


In late July, Roku mentioned $764.4 million in net revenue for the second quarter, up from $733.7 million in the same quarter a year earlier. Its gross profit shrunk from $364.8 million to $355.1 million.