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  • Up to 1080p Full HD
  • Enhanced remote for games
  • Enjoy more than 1,000 channels of streaming movies, TV shows, music and games
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    Enjoy over 1,000 entertainment channels with the Roku 3 Streaming Media Player. This new, fully loaded Roku streaming player is the fastest, most powerful streaming experience Roku has ever produced. With all new features including 1-stop search and an amazing remote with a built-in headphone jack for private viewing, the Roku HD streaming player puts a world of entertainment at your fingertips. Included is a free app for iOS and Android devices that lets you browse and add channels or play phone content on your HDTV. Centralize all your streaming subscriptions on this device that supports Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, VUDU, Pandora and much more. Compatible with virtually any HDTV and with a motion control remote for games, you can turn your living room into a complete entertainment hub with this Roku 3 Streaming Media Player.

    About this item

    Enjoy over 1,000 entertainment channels with the Roku 3 Streaming Media Player. This new, fully loaded Roku streaming player is the fastest, most powerful streaming experience Roku has ever produced. With all new features including 1-stop search and an amazing remote with a built-in headphone jack for private viewing, the Roku HD streaming player puts a world of entertainment at your fingertips. Included is a free app for iOS and Android devices that lets you browse and add channels or play phone content on your HDTV. Centralize all your streaming subscriptions on this device that supports Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, VUDU, Pandora and much more. Compatible with virtually any HDTV and with a motion control remote for games, you can turn your living room into a complete entertainment hub with this Roku 3 Streaming Media Player.


    Roku 3 Streaming Media Player:

    • Up to 1080p Full HD
    • Enhanced remote for games
    • Works with virtually any HDTV
    • Dual-band wireless
    • Ethernet port for wired connection
    • USB port plays your personal media
    • Free app for iOS and Android devices
    • Enjoy more than 750 channels of streaming movies, TV shows, music and games from Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, VUDU, Pandora and much

    Specifications

    Depth: 3.5 in
    Height: 1 in
    Product Type: Digital multimedia receiver
    Weight: 4.9 oz
    Width: 3.5 in
    Sound Output Mode: Stereo
    Power Consumption Operational: 3.5 Watt
    Connector Type: 1 x HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear 1 x Ethernet ( RJ-45 ) - rear 1 x USB - side
    Model No.: 4200R
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.0
    Walmart No.: 551237932
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    This was a well spent $99.00+taxes
    6/20/2013

    Customer review by Mojah

    5.0 stars 6/20/2013 by Mojah
    by Mojah

    My sister and I decided to finally let go of traditional cable television to save money. I research this device and decided to try it. Delivery was on time, packaging was simple and nice. Set up was so easy I was tickled pink. It took me all of 10 mins. If you already have netflix or hulu etc. Have your passwords at hand and that makes setup faster. Now let's talk the device. It is wonderfully small and compact. The remote control is simple and easy to use. It comes with a pre-loaded game and it's been fun playing it. The "channels" are easy to find. Some do require you to sign up online with a credit card. The "channel" is free but not all the contents. There is always new content to access. You also have a selection of screen savers as well. I use the clock one. I decided to pack up the Roku box and take it on my trip to see my children. I hate the television options in the hotel and I like to fall asleep with the TV on. It was a breeze to connect the box to the tv in the room and Viola!! I was watching movies. Oh Don't forget your HDMI cable. When my grandson came over I connected the headphones to the remote and he was happily watching Thomas and friends while we visited with everyone. After that my sister had to have one of her own. The good--- easy to use, easy to set up, easy to maintain. Love the headphone connection in the remote. The bad--- Not Roku's fault unable to connect to hbo2go via Direct TV ( I use a friend's password); Sometimes you experience sound distortion but I experienced the same via my laptop so I believe it's my internet provider. The Okay--- It never turns off but the specs say that it doesn't use much electricity.

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    Mojah
    St Louis, MO
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    Roku 3 rocks!!!!
    3/22/2013

    Customer review by MarineCorpsfamily

    5.0 stars 3/22/2013 by MarineCorpsfamily
    by MarineCorpsfamily

    Although I had the Roku 2 HD, I had to invest in the Roku 3. With the Roku 2, I had to search individual channels for a specific program to watch, but with the Roku 3, you can search the Roku screen, which in turn, will list all the channels that are showing the specific show you are interested in watching. In addition, I have a 7.1 surround system and with the Roku 3, I can know listen to the 7.1 sound if the show is available in 7.1 sound. The download time is faster and the Roku 3 has not froze like the Roku 2. There are other cool features too like the screen savers, games, etc., but I do not care too much for those features; although, the fish tank screen saver is nice, especially when you run it on your flat screen; my grandchildren thought I replaced my tv with a fish tank. There is also the ability to plug in a USB device and a memory card so you can watch your own movies, pictures, etc.; which is also an awesome feature.

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    MarineCorpsfamily
    Viera, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    4/15/2013

    Customer review by Iuseroku

    5.0 stars 4/15/2013 by Iuseroku
    by Iuseroku

    This is my 3rd Roku box and I like the product and have had no problems.... that I couldn't solve. After installatiuon,Roku 3 would not work properly, wouldn't stream movies and kept generating HDCP errors. Anyhow it turns out that all HDMI cables are not the same ! The HDMI cable I used with older Roku box wouldn't work with the Roku 3. Solution: Insure you use an HDMI cable labelled as "HIGH SPEED" I bought one at Walmart for $10 and this solved my problem; it was not presented as a solution by the Roku website help desk. The radio wave feature means u dont have to point controller directly at the box (as with infra red)...this is nice and so is the earphone capability for listening to TV without bothering others. I am now quite pleased with the Roku 3 box and have beautiful HD reception on my TV

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    Iuseroku
    san diego
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    Happy "Cord Cutter"
    4/12/2013

    Customer review by eye4graphics

    4.0 stars 4/12/2013 by eye4graphics
    by eye4graphics

    I like my Roku. I'm a month in. The delivery to my local Walmart was days ahead of schedule and the product arrived in mint condition. If you had a major "cable-type" system, it pays for itself in a month. What I miss from DirectTV: Watching NBA and Golf channels; DVRing shows. TV network shows. Some of these things can be watched jumping through the correct hoops. I am computer savvy enough that I'll likely do this later. For now, I am more than content to watch the series shows from Walking Dead to Breaking Bad, that I never watched. I love not paying $90 a month for cable. My average spend on the Roku, even if I watch every pay-per-view movie I wanted, still averages out to less than about a third of what I would have spent with Direct. From nearly $1,200 to less than $300 a year. And my TV watching is more deliberate now, since you CHOOSE a show.

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    eye4graphics
    Cincinnati, OH
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    Nice concept if you understand what you're getting
    9/23/2013

    Customer review by daleebread

    4.0 stars 9/23/2013 by daleebread
    by daleebread

    The ROKU concept is a good one. The device does what it's supposed to do. The ROKU device itself is great. The user interface is very easy to use and looks beautiful on my TV screen. However, you need to know/understand that it is no way a replacement for cable/satellite TV. This is purely a streaming device that allows you to download and play internet-based programming on your television--IF you have existing subscriptions to the providers of the programming. The providers of the programming (e.g. HBOGO, Netflix, Hulu) and the owners of specific programs have restrictions and limitations. For example, I was chagrined to learn that--even though I am a Hulu subscriber--I cannot download my favorite Food Network show "Chopped" to ROKU and watch it on TV. That particular show is only playable on a computer. Another example is that though I am an HBO subscriber, I cannot play HBOGO programming through my ROKU because my subscription is through DirecTV (apparently, if I got HBO-and HBOGO- through Time Warner Cable, I would be able to). So, you need to understand that you must be equipped with existing subscriptions to premium programming (through "the right" providers) in order to fully exploit what ROKU is.

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    daleebread
    Baltimore, MD
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
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    by Lalit 4/29/2014
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    • A. The good news is, HBO will be providing there channel as a stand alone so you will not have to have a paid service like cable to watch HBO
      by Gsarjos8/27/2015
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    • A. Netflix and HBOgo require paid subscriptions.
      by CommunityAnswer7/22/2015
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    • A. Just to keep these answers up to date, Netflix just increased their basic streaming account by $1 to $8.99 per month. Existing subscribers are grandfathered in at the old rate for 2 years. Amazon went up $20 per year to $99 with one year grandfathered at the old rate.
      by DV1238/24/2015
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    • A. Yes you need to pay for Netflix. HBO would be paid thru your cable provider.
      by BocaBobby6/14/2015
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    • A. You have to pay a separate fee for Netflix. HBO Go in only available if you have HBO On Demand through your TV provider.
      by Rons03ulra7/1/2015
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    • A. Yes, Netflix is 7.99 a month but well worth it.
      by Pennyjr7/1/2015
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    • A. The other answers about Netflix are correct. If you already have an account you use the existing account and do not need another separate account. If you do not have a Netflix streaming account already you'd have to sign up. I'd do that now because a price increase is said to be looming. When the increase hits existing customers will be "grandfathered in" at the old price for a "generous" period of time. Perhaps this period will be 2 years. So I'd do it soon. HBO-GO is FREE! You don't have to pay for it. But there are two catches to getting it to work on a Roku. Catch 1, you must be an HBO cable subscriber. Catch 2, your cable provider must "authorize" HBO-GO streaming via a Roku. Some cable companies offer "HBO ON DEMAND" through their set top boxes and feel you don't "need" HBO-GO streaming capability. The cable company here did NOT authorize streaming HBO-GO via Roku up until recently when they began authorizing it. The list of cable providers that currently support streaming HBO-GO via Roku if you subscribe to HBO through their cable service can be seen at the following link: (You'll have to copy and paste the link.) http://support.roku.com/entries/20589756-Does-my-television-provider-offer-HBO-GO-on-Roku-devices-
      by DV1236/7/2015
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    • A. for Netflix its $7.99 a month
      by Leany246/14/2015
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    • A. Yes, if you already have a Netflix account, you can use that one but you have to set up accounts to use Netflix or other services. It's still cheaper than cable!
      by Shananonaile7/1/2015
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    by ant 2/4/2014
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    • A. Since posting my original answer the answer has changed! ESPN and ESPN2 are included in the basic SLING TV package which is $20 per month.
      by DV1237/16/2015
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    • A. There is an ESPN channel for the Roku.
      by CommunityAnswer8/3/2015
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    • A. check out http://mkvxstream.blogspot.com/2013/03/roku-private-channels-2013-roku-channel.html
      by reds5235/7/2015
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    • A. Go to www.roku.com to see what is available
      by Twirlwind5/31/2015
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    • A. ESPN has a channel. You can view prerecorded shows, etc. I just did a quick look at the channel and it seemed to list various shows on ESPN you could watch. I didn't see any specific games, etc but I didn't spend much time looking around.
      by took5triestopickanickname5/7/2015
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    • A. yes if you subscribe to ESPN
      by tdig5/7/2015
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    • A. Yes, the Roku is an amazing tool with endless apps which you can add.
      by Sirkirkland5/7/2015
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    • A. Hi Ant, There is a channel called "WATCH ESPN" on Roku. I copied the following info from the channel page for Watch ESPN at ROKUGUIDE.COM which is my go to information source on all Roku channels. Pay attention to the service provider list in the following quote as not all cable/sat providers support or allow Roku streaming of the Watch ESPN channel! "WatchESPN offers free clips and live sports broadcasts - but the live broadcasts are available only to those who already subscribe to a cable TV package that includes ESPN. Short video clips are available in the categories of Latest News, Must See Moments, and ESPN Originals. You can also browse content by channel: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN U, ESPN News, and ESPN Deportes. Live broadcasts depend, of course, on whatever games are being played when you tune in, but you'll also have live access to ESPN's flagship program, SportsCenter, and other programs such as College GameDay. The following cable TV networks currently (Nov. 12, 2013) allow their subscribers to access WatchESPN over their Roku devices (participating providers may change - check the channel on your Roku device for a current list): AT&T U-verse® TV Bright House Networks Cablevision’s Optimum TV Charter Comcast Xfinity Cox Google Fiber Midcontinent Communications Optimum Time Warner Cable Verizon FiOS TV Noticeable absent at launch were DirecTV and Dish. To access live programming, load the WatchESPN channel on your Roku and select a live event. You will be provided with a code and asked to visit http://es.pn/roku on a computer or mobile device. On that website, enter the activitation code shown on your Roku-connected TV. (If you're told that the code is invalid, return to your Roku and select the option for a new code.) After entering a valid code, you will be redirected to your cable TV provider's website, where you will have to login. After successfully logging in, your Roku will automatically update to give you access to live broadcasts." I find Roku's weakest point is free pro sports. In fact it isn't just weak it is non-existent. Totally not there. Sports is a business and there are no free lunches. While you can subscribe to the league game subscriptions for NBA, NHL and MLB there is no NFL whatsoever and no live NCAA football at all at any price. If you are buying a Roku, or any streaming device for that matter, and expecting a bonanza of free professional sports then you are going to be disappointed. On the other hand there is no better streaming platform with more channels than a Roku and it excels at HD On Demand viewing of films and tv series...but again that is not free either.
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