Today Roku released the Roku 1, Roku 2, and the Roku Stick in Mexico, but strangely not the Roku 3. Roku in Mexico will come with Netflix, Google Play, Spotify, YouTube, and soon Crackle, Cinépolis Klic and others
“For many consumers watching TV no longer equals tuning in to a specific TV channel at a certain time. Instead consumers want to stream the TV show or movie of their preference at their convenience. This is a big trend in the United States and we are seeing very similar consumer demand developing now in Mexico,” said Alex Dalesio, sales director for Latin America at Roku. “Roku Players enable Mexicans to watch TV on their terms: choose what to watch and when to watch it.”
This may be one more sign that the long awaited Roku 4 is right around the corner. This may also mean the Roku 4 is replacing the Roku 3. For now, we will have to wait for an official announcement.