Roku 2 (2013) Streaming Media Player

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Roku 2 (2013) Streaming Media Player
Price: $34.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Friday, Sep 26 to Wednesday, Oct 01) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Roku… pssh already got one.

So do we. Actually we have two 3s.

Mine was broken. How does the 3 compare to the 2? Is there anything on there that you couldn’t live without? Should I wait until the 3 shows up here?

Actually I meant from someone that isn’t biased.

I think the Blockbuster button is cute, in a retro way. Totally worthless, but cute.

You missed it, but it may show up again. They do that. http://www.woot.com/forums/viewpost.aspx?postid=5979169

I bought three or four of these (probably an earlier generation) and they ALL gave up the ghost in pretty short order. IMO these are not built to last.

I’ve had a Roku 2 for a while now and love it. Lots faster than the original, and unless you want to game, so to speak, you won’t miss the Roku 3 at all.

We have one of the original Roku XDs and a Roku LT. We love them.

ok woot, i know this is off topic, but I am waiting for a Dell laptop, I missed the other one in sellout section.

I need a “Roku For Dummies.” I’d love to dump DirecTV. We have Verizon DSL but I can barely stream HBO GO on my iPad. Husband wants local news and I want PBS. We’re pretty much screwed, right?

Sakioki, I’m pretty new to this myself, but here’s how I’m doing it:

  1. I have an antenna to pick up local channels (including the local news.) This may include your local PBS station. The signal you pick up is high def. This page should help you figure out what channels you can pick up with an antenna. http://transition.fcc.gov/mb/engineering/dtvmaps/

  2. I have Roku for Netflix, Hulu and - wait for it - PBS. I can’t pick up the local PBS channel with my antenna, so this gives me my public television fix. Gotta have my Sherlock!

Hope this helps. Good luck!

Wait for the ROKU 3… The processor is 5 times faster than the 2 which eliminates most of the buffering delays. The 3 also lets you plug your ear buds into the remote so you can listen without being a bother to others…