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I love the Roku Streaming Stick with TV Power and Volume Enhanced Remote Control
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Powerful. Portable. Enhanced voice remote. The Roku Streaming Stick gives you smooth streaming with channels that launch in a snap. Easily hide it behind your TV or move it around the house, you can even take it to a friend’s. No more juggling remotes, our new voice remote lets you easily control your TV with buttons for TV Power and volume. Use your voice to search across top channels by actor, show and more. Enjoy 500, 000 Plus blockbusters, award-winning original Series, kids’ shows, live network TV, and more-across thousands of free or paid channels like Netflix, Amazon video, HBO now, and PBS kids.
The Roku Channel has hundreds of free movies
I have been using Roku for years,including several different models.The best new thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus thousands of more apps in many different categories.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:
this is the most wonderful and easy to use device I ever owned
I have to tell, this is the most wonderful and easy to use device I ever owned. I have a few Google cast sticks in my home, but the ROKU is much much better! I accidentally stumbled up on the thing as a recommendation from our cable guy. Where we live, Time Warner Cable was taken over by Spectrum and recently they decided to go all digital so every TV in my home needs a cable box, which was a sudden surprise because we have 6 TV-s and we just did some remodeling recently and work extra hard to have the TV-s on the walls neatly. We did not wanted to have anything around them because the space is limited and after all what’s the point to hang a TV on the wall nice and flat and then install a stupid cablebox somewhere sticking out 3 times more and collecting dust… I know whit long enough HDMI cables and RF remotes we could solve the problem after all nothing is impossible these days but everything is extra cost and again just because Spectrum cable decided to not to send signal in their antenna cables anymore… So in this upsetting situation our cable guy came and save us whit a great advice, to buy a ROKU stick and check it out. The reason why the ROKU, because this is the one and only media stick which supports the Spectrum cable app and we can watch all the channels what they provide and we are paying for it already! Of course ROKU supports others as well, like NETFLIX and even Google Play, so they don’t discriminate anyone! I can’t do anything just recommend this little stick to everyone! I was worried about not to be able to record my favorite shows anymore, but the cable guy said, don’t worry, because everything is on-demand these days, even if it’s not the same day, you might have to wait a day or two, but that’s okay we can live with that. Just in case we still have a DVR cable box in our living room on the biggest TV for shows like the Superbowl… 🙂
Works great to control TV power and Sound through TV or Soundbar
We are a family of two Roku TVs and a Roku (last years version of this model- 3600R). The problem was the 3600R in the family room did not control the TV power and volume. I was about to order a sideclick when I heard about this new model. The sidelick is $29 here on Amazon and the new Roku was $49. Plus the sideclick added some clunkiness to the remote.
Works fine (remote issue and fix addressed)
It does what it is supposed to do and is stealthy without any wires.
Are you tired of big cable tv bills? Now an alternate solution.
When my cable bill nudged over the $200 per month mark I was furious. I called Comcast our cable provider and asked them if they could do something about the price. They didn’t seem interested in cooperating with me. So Roku here I am. I’ve installed Roku on one of my television sets with excellent results. The problem is that I don’t watch half the programs normal cable systems provide. why pay for something you don’t use? Roku has so many great movies and shows. Some have a nominal fee per month but not a thing like big cable charges. We are very pleased with the results we have obtained. You don’t have to be a genius to set it up. its a one time cost and I even purchased our own router instead of paying big cable a 10.00 a month rental fee. I only wish I had gotten smarter sooner.
The cord-cutter’s dream!
I’ve used a few different streaming sticks (older roku model, Amazon fireTV stick, and whatever googles hunk of crap is called now). This by far has been my favorite and the only one I’d recommend to anyone. Same great Roku interface but the improved wi-fi capabilities ensure that it doesn’t buffer when watching content (I typically use SlingTV, Hulu, Netflix and Youtube);works flawlessly with all those. Plus there is the new volume button on the remote that automatically synced itself to my TV so I was able to consolidate down to one remote! Highly recommend it to cord-cutters and anybody who regularly streams video content.
Bad Netflix Quality and Flaky Remote
I started off absolutely LOVING this device. I bought it as an upgrade to my streaming setup when I cut the cord.
I Have No Complaints
This is an upgrade and at the same price point as the Roku Stick on my upstairs TV. It hooked up easily and is performing as well if not better than my older Stick. I’ve never been fond of the older Ruku’s on screen interface. It seemed a bit confusing and clunky compaired to my other streaming devices. I like this newer model so much more. The remote also controls the TV’s on/off and volume. No more reaching for another remote. Also the set up automatically “found” the make and model of my TV so that was one less thing to set up. Always a plus IMHO.