The Fire TV will be available for the first time on Sept. 1 with $129 in monthly fees and no-contract plans.
Roku TV owners can pre-order the Roku Stick and get an early launch of the Roku TV and its $99 monthly fee.
Roku’s Fire TV is priced at $129, the cheapest of any Roku device and the company’s cheapest streaming stick.
Roku is also rolling out an affordable Roku Stick, which costs $99.
Roku will be launching a Roku TV set-top box, which will be priced at just $129.
Roku also has an inexpensive Roku Stick Streaming Stick.
Roku has made an effort to offer lower-priced streaming devices.
The Fire HD Stick is $50, the Fire HD TV is $99, and the Roku 2 TV is free.
Roku, which is owned by Google parent Alphabet, has been aggressively targeting lower-cost TV sets.
The company has had the Roku app for more than a year, and it launched a new app called Roku TV in April.
Roku launched its Roku TV box last month, and its Roku Stick streaming stick will be released this fall.
Roku announced a $99 bundle of streaming sticks last month.