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Roku2 XS Bundle Wireless Streaming Player w/2 game remote& motion controllers

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  • 1080p HD streaming and motion-based gaming
  • 2 Enhanced Game Remote with Motion Control included
  • Built-In WiFi b/g/n Wireless Connection
  • Free Full Edition of Angry Birds Game

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3100R Bundle


Media Player
Wireless Communications
-WLAN 802.11 b/g/n WiFi with WEP, WPA and WPA2 support
-Bluetooth V 3.0 (currently enabled for use with included Roku game remote only)

Ethernet Port
-Yes (10/100 Base-T Ethernet for wired Internet connection)

USB Port
-Yes (supported formats include: MP4 (H.264) video / AAC & MP3 audio / JPEG & PNG image)

Video Outputs
-1080p (over HDMI)
-720p (over HDMI)
-480p (over HDMI)
-480i (over composite video)

Video Modes
-1080p High Definition (HD)
-720p High Definition (HD)
-16:9 anamorphic / 4:3 standard

Audio Outputs
-Digital: Over HDMI (5.1 channel surround sound pass-through and stereo)
-Analog: Stereo (mini-jack to L/R audio and composite video RCA)

Expansion Slot
-MicroSD Card Slot for additional game and channel storage

Alarm Volume
-Roku Bluetooth game remote (with motion sensing for playing games)
-Streaming player includes IR / Compatible with various universal remotes

Power Consumption
<2.0W when streaming HD video (typical)


Remote Control
Remote Included

Package Contents

Package Contents
2 x Game Remote with Motion Control
2 x AA Batteries
A / V Cable
AC Power Adapter
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 90 days
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 90 days
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  • Brian F.
  • 3/29/2014 12:38:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHigh Five

Pros: A lot of things are great regarding the Roku2 players. So much that it's hard to list everything. The best thing, in my opinion, is how easy they are to setup in house. I love how much of a quick response I get from the player when selecting various programs built in.

Cons: The only con I might have would be to have a power off button. There's a sleep mode that the Roku's go into, but it still makes me wonder how or if it will shorten the lifespam of the player.

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  • BRYAN F.
  • 3/19/2014 3:23:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFor the price, amazing.

Pros: I wanted to get my parents off ultra expensive TV providers and get them on Netflix. I've had plenty of experience with Netflix on every gaming console out there, so I let them borrow my PS3 while I shopped for a new device. I did a lot of research about this device and got some
input from family and friends that had one. I read so many people having compatibility issues, usb drives not working and all this stuff and figured if I had too many issues I'd just send it back. I'm glad I took the gamble though and it's apparently people simply cannot read, period. Device works EXACTLY like it's advertised. If your files won't play it's because it's not on the list, so make sure you read the list. If you are still hoarding avi files from 2008, of course they are not going to play, but if you are in fact in tune with 2014 and understand what mp4/aac can do for quality then congrats you won't have a single problem.

As far as Netflix, the only "problem" I found was that it's still back a couple years with it's featured app settings in that it's operated around just one playlist. If you are used to the new app where everyone in the family can have their own playlist, then you need to look at the Roku 3 because it has the updated app. You can also search around on the channels and find a much better browser for Netflix in general with any Roku which is a huge plus. The streaming app itself is adaptive as well and that was very important for me to know given their internet isn't that great. However I had no issue in getting very close if not a great streaming 720p picture and it wasn't using very much bandwidth on the network at all compared to other devices. That's something I can't say for the PS3 which is probably one of the best streaming devices out there as far as I'm concerned.

The bonus I didn't know was that there are other free channels and stuff as bonus on the device. Even stuff from major TV channels for free (with ads of course) which was very surprising. My parents are fans of the show Vikings and they can still keep up with it because of this device despite no TV provider.

I did my homework and despite that minor complaint with the Netflix app I couldn't be happier. I will upgrade their box to the Roku 3 eventually and just take this one for my own personal use at some point.

Cons: Netflix app is still last-gen and unlikely to be updated.

MKV support comes with very specific codec needs and subtitles will only work if they are hardcoded. Wrapped SRT will not work. Anime fans take note there ;)

I know all is fair in capitalism but some stuff is marked free channels that have a bit of carrot-on-a-string going on. Minor gripe but will take a while and can't complain about free, but will take a while to sort all of these out for functionality. Would be nice if something was paid or free, not both is what I'm getting at for confusion sake.

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  • Cameron W.
  • 2/1/2014 8:03:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks great

Pros: This box works great, it does what it says it can do, and does it well. Streaming movies, playing back from usb attached hdd- it's all flawless.

Cons: The only con is I wish it played xvid/avi files but I knew it didn't when I bought it, so it doesn't really count as a con.

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  • Chad M.
  • 1/4/2014 7:11:57 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Solution for Certain Situations

Pros: USB port on side which is compatible with various portable HDD. I have tried up to 2TB wotj success. BT remote is great if you have the Roku in a closet or hidden behind the TV. Numerous useful channels. Makes a regular TV a Smart TV. Very small footprint. Mobile device remote app

Cons: Requires online registration which is kind of annoying. Doesn't get you live TV which is why many people buy this thinking they can dump their cable provider. Wireless streaming of local media content is very sketchy over wireless.

Other Thoughts: My wife purchased this for me a year ago as a supplement to an Apple TV. I was really just trying to compare the two for streaming my DVD/BD collection I had converted to MP4/M4V and at first I was not impressed. I was using both devices over wireless and the ATV was definately superior. Then we moved into our new house that I had wired with CAT5e/6 cable and was now able to connect all of the devices to wired networks and all of the ROKU connectivity problems vanished. I can now have the roku in a media closet and control it using the bluetooth remote through walls up to about 30 feet away. I now stream movies and music to all TV's and don't worry about the kids destroying my DVD/BD collection by not putting things away. Furthermore, I have connected a USB HDD to the USB port with all of the movies on it and this allows me to take the ROKU with me and stream movies at peoples homes thats don't have wired connections. I can take my whole movie library with me and its basically the size of about 2 BD cases. I would buy another if I needed a 3rd one.

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  • Fred O.
  • 1/3/2014 11:15:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsOK For Media Streaming but doesn't get you anything you don't already have.

Pros: Works as good as any other Media Server. Offers WiFi and LAN connectivity and Single HDMI output.

Cons: Doesn't get you anything new if you already have a smart TV. Roku's claim of 600+ channels is based on your existing subscriptions based on your Cable Provider or satellite account. They certainly don't make certain conditions very clear which to me borders on false advertising. For instance to watch a Disney or History Channel you will be asked for your cable or sat account number. I thought I would expanding my media choices over what my Smart TV offers but this simply isn't going to happen.

Antiquated WiFi setup. No WiFi button for easy connect.

Other Thoughts: It's a lot faster to bring up a stream on my smart TV so unless you don't have a smart TV or are using this for gaming I don't see the point. I'll probably keep this to stream to my second computer monitor and stick to watching mostly Hulu or Netflicks.

I have only tested the WiFi at around 10'

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