Roku Releases Streaming Socks to Control Your Roku With Your Feet




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Every had your hands full but still wish you could control your Roku? Now with the Roku Streaming Socks, you can do just that. Yup no longer do you have to worry about messy or full hands with the new Roku Streaming Socks.

Here are the socks in action:

Key features include:

1) Highly-sensitive builtin motion sensors: all commands available on your Roku remote can be performed hands-free.

  • Motion sensors allow you to swipe your foot to browse your home screen
  • Tap your toe to select
  • Click your heels to play
  • Wiggle your toes to access free entertainment, like that on The Roku Channel

2) Toe-toasting technology

  • Press the Roku tag to warm your feet from balmy to blazing temperatures

3) Anti-loss technologywe’ve integrated our popular remote finder to ensure you never lose your socks!

  • Simply push the Sock Finder Button and follow the beep

Did you know we now have a FREE app for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire? Click HERE to download our app.

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