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Roku 3 Streaming Media Player Bundle with High-Speed HDMI Cable (6 Feet / 1.8 meters)
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- Faster and more powerful. With up to 1080p HD video and extended-range, dual-band wireless performance for increased speed
- Amazing remote with headphone jack. Use the included in-ear headphones to crank up that late-night flick while the kids (or parents) sleep
- One-stop search. Find your favorite movies and TV shows all from one place from top TV and Movie services like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video or Hulu Plus and now YouTube!
- Works with virtually any HDTV.
- 1080p 6 Foot High Speed HDMI Cable Included
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There are some enhancements compared to the version 2 and the LT (the low-end Roku, same as the HD in case you are confused.)
1. When you bring up the Roku homepage on your TV, you will see nine channels laid out, for easy navigation. The menu scrolls faster, without that annoying lag between clicks. However, the remote doesn't have the 4 "speed buttons" for Netflix and Amazon, etc. Older Roku don't either, may not be a big deal to you.
2. Scrolling through channels is faster with more channels showing per click. If you subscribe to a lot of channels (and there are hundreds) this is going to save you time and frustration
3. The channel store is now in the left-banner menu (where you select Your Watchlist, Recently Watched) so is easy to scroll through to find new channels.
4. The lower-end remotes (LT, HD) do not have a headphone jack, for quiet watching. That is also why there is a leash on the remote--you can hang it around your neck and wear earbuds.
5. There is a full complement of ports: Ethernet, HDMI, microSD card slot and a SB port as well. Note that for people who want to connect directly to internet without WiFi, you need the Ethernet port. This is NOT available on the LT or HD. The Roku 2 does have it.
6. The5X faster processor makes this the choice for gaming as well as streaming video.
7. The Roku box is sleeker looking (more rounded, more expensive-looking, and weighs almost twice as much--which makes it more stable on the TV stand. You can hang it behind the TV if you want--separate Roku mount. The remote will still work as it is WiFi Direct. There is still an IR interface, for universal remotes.Read more ›
1 reason why I went with refurbished is that thanks to my research, I found out other people do NOT do their own research on the Roku or similar players like it. Many think they are getting a lot of free programming, which is somewhat true, but its not the stuff most want to watch, such as Netflix, HULU, HBO, etc you still have to pay for those services. So those that don't do the research get all upset, leave bad reviews and return them, thus saving $$$ for us other people. Very happy with this purchase and it arrived in very timely manner! 2 thumbs up
Without boring everyone on the specs of the R's, let me start by telling about my experience setting it up.
Once unpacked one simply plugs the power adapter into the wall and an HDMI cable into the TV and the Roku, that's it. The unit begins booting up then asks you to select whether you want to use a wireless or wired network connection. I selected wireless and it then shows a list of the networks it detected. Once you choose your network you input the password for your network and in a few seconds it connects right away.
Finally it displays an activation code which you are to use to activate and attach the Roku to your online Roku account. For some seeking out a computer that may or may not be near the TV might be a pain, but I simply opened Safari on my iPhone and added the code to my account while sitting in front of the TV.
Once the code is entered, as part of the attaching process you are prompted to add payment info just in case you want to buy a channel or game in the future. You can not bypass this but IT'S OK. Enter it in and finish the account set up. Once you do you can simply choose to delete the payment info and it's erased from the Roku servers.Read more ›
Dead in the water upon arrival should merit one star, but I've edited this review and increased the rating to 3 stars based on Otter Creek Trading's outstanding five star plus customer service. Otter Creek Trading personally contacted me, handled everything with zero inconvenience, and had a new power supply in my hands the next business day! Wow! These guys took the risk out of ordering a refurbished unit and made it right fast.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Netflix: every single worst movie ever made, cheap. Amazon: all the good movies, NOT cheap. Bought this for the headphone connection in the remote. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought two of these and now Roku stopped updating them and they don’t work properly. If you buy these devices you will have to replace them frequently as they stop working... Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Daniels
Love this product. If this ever breaks or we need another one for a TV. Roku or Roku TV will be the way to go.Published 2 months ago by KK McD
Couldn't live without it, I prefer this to a chromecast just because it gives me something dedicated I can turn my TV onto. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mattias C.
I have had a Roku for about 10 years now it seems. Got the 3 because of a new receiver that had 7 HDMI ports :-) Trouble is, this unit seems to be buggy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Great Garu