I am trying to put an additional, 24 inch TV, in my living room; to go along side my bigger set. I have limited space; but want a set that can stream by itself, on a separate internal Roku platform. I have a Roku Ultra for the big set; but want a small TV with built in Roku, for ease of use. So I can add it on to my current account, and activate it. My biggest problem seems to be, finding the size slot of 24 inches; for TV's with the Roku platform built in. From all my searching; it looks like SHARP and Insignia are pretty much it; for a ready to go built in Roku TV. Perhaps there are some much higher end ones, but not looking to break the bank either. TCL starts at 28 inches, and gets a bit big for my limited space. My biggest objective, is to get Playstation Vue; which some other TV's offer through Chromecast. However, I don't really want to be going back and forth between two formats, and two accounts, and complicate things. It would be best if I could find a TV, with Roku platform built in.....or that could be added some way on some other sets; without buying sticks and boxes. Is there any way to get Roku via an app; on some other popular sets like LG or Vizio?? I am thinking no matter how I might do this; I am a slave to Chromcast sign-up and menus etc.....unless I get an official Roku TV, with Roku Platform? None of the brands like Hisense, Sharp, or Hitachi, or TCL, or RCA, Element etc; seem to have a 24inch Roku TV. Anyone, know of any other 24" Roku TV's, aside Sharp and Insignia? Or if there is a way to do what I want, with another brand TV. That being, make Roku my primary streaming service on both sets, with my one account; so both sets can stream different content at the same time.
Thanks for the great response; exactly what I needed to know....and exactly along the lines I was looking at. I Have the Vizio with 1080P on my short list. I think now, it is between the Vizio D24f-F1) and adding a Roko stick; or buying the cheaper Sharp set with built in. Sounds like the cheaper sets, with the cheaper processors; will lag with most selections; slow aggravating transitions between functions. Madness! As long as I can get Vue on the Express stick; about$160 dollars will work very nice.