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The Roku HD and Roku LT only support 720p. The Roku HD does not have the "channel shortcut buttons" which the Roku LT, Roku 1, and Roku 2 have. Otherwise the features of the Roku HD are the same as the Roku 1. The Roku 2 supports dual-band wireless and has the upgraded "remote with headphone jack for private listening". The Roku 3 is HDMI-only and "lightning fast with 5x faster processor" and supports wired-ethernet and USB. http://www.roku.com/products/compare I recommend spending a little more to get a model that supports 1080p, even if you set the Roku to use 720p for now. Also the "Roku 2 XS" is a great model which supports wired-ethernet, USB, and 1080p, but not dual-band wireless.
How does this work Feb 25, 2014
You'll connect the Roku to your home's wireless network during the initial setup. From there you will create a Roku Account and activate it. After you activate your Roku account you can begin to download the channels/apps you'd like whether it be Netflix, Hulu, Fox.com etc. From those applications you can begin to stream the desired content. Hope this helps.
on the H.D roku does everything come with it I have HDMI cable and port on T.V I guess the power supply is furnished ? Apr 30, 2014
It comes with the roku player, the remote, the power supply and basic av cables. it works great!! You can also connect an hdmi if you have one for better quality.