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Roku announces competitive monitoring system


Roku has just dropped a bombshell with their new home monitoring devices, and they’re not just any old security system. In typical Roku fashion, they’ve gone above and beyond to give you not just security, but also some colourful, funky home decor options.

The star of the show is the Roku Home Monitoring System SE, made with the help of Wyze Labs. And at only $99, it’s a bargain for what you get. The two entry sensors will ping your phone when someone opens a door or window, and the motion sensor will detect any movement. But here’s the best part: it can ignore your furry friends, like cats and dogs, so they won’t set off the alarm. And if an emergency happens, the siren built into the system will wail and alert your neighbors. And if you need to arm or disarm the system quickly, just use the wire-free keypad. Simple!

The Roku Smart Light Strip+ SE can display up to 16 different colours at once, so your room can match your mood. It’s perfect for a cosy night in or a funky party vibe. And if you want to level up your smart home game, check out the Roku Solar Panel, which keeps the Roku Outdoor Camera SE powered without ever having to change batteries.

But the real kicker? Roku has teamed up with Noonlight, a professional monitoring service that’ll keep an eye on your home 24/7. With Noonlight, you can sleep soundly knowing that if anything goes wrong, a team of experts will be on the case. And with the Roku Smart Home app, you can control your lights, plugs, and cameras right from your Android device.

And don’t forget about the update for Roku players and TVs. With the new features, you can monitor your home right from your TV, view your camera event history, and control your smart home devices with your voice alone. That’s right – you can keep your home running smoothly without ever lifting a finger.

You can get your hands on these new Roku home monitoring devices starting May 10th at and They’ll hit Walmart stores in the US from May 19th, so set a reminder on your phone. Roku’s proved once again that they’re more than just a streaming platform. They’re your go-to for all things smart home.

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