When the BBC began rolling out its new channel to subscribers in July, the new channel included a range of new TV sets, including a brand new Roku set-top box, a £3,000 Raspberry Pi TV, and a £1,200 Smart TV.

As it was only a month old, the first set was the RJ45 cable TV set.

But the set wasn’t the only one being announced.

Now, it seems there are plenty more to come, and we’re getting more details in today’s issue of Computer Weekly.

The RJ95, which retails for £149.99, will be a brand-new set that will be available from April this year.

It has a 1080p resolution and a 6.5in display, so it can handle all the new channels available on the channel.

It also has a USB-C port for charging, a rear-mounted HDMI port, a microSD card slot, and support for a number of other HDMI and Ethernet options.

However, the Rajr set-up will be the last one that’s available for subscribers to buy, and the new set-tops will be priced at £199.99.

This comes in a range from £99.99 to £149,999.99 and will launch with a range set of apps including Netflix, YouTube and Hulu Plus.

We have already seen a number models of the Roku set, including the Roku R90.

There is also the Roku CXR, which is the only other Roku TV set that you can buy now.

The CXRs are set to launch this spring.

There is a new set that we know of, the Roku Premiere, that is being developed as a successor to the R90 TV set-ups.

The Premiere is set to be available in April, and it will be aimed at the younger demographic that the Roku TV has become popular with.

It will feature a 1080i resolution and 5.1 surround sound, with a 5ms response time and a 4ms response rate.

It is expected that there will be at least three new sets in the pipeline, but we’re not sure exactly which ones.

If you’re not yet a subscriber to the new RJ TV channels, you can still buy the RJs from Amazon for £79.99 on June 29.

It’s not clear if this will be an exclusive deal, or whether it will become available for everyone, or if you can just buy the TV sets separately.

The price will also change over the next few weeks, so we’ll have to wait and see.