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Roku Announces Streaming Stick

Category: General News
Posted: January 4, 2012 06:15PM
Author: CheeseMan42


Roku has announced a new product to complement its current streaming products, the Streaming Stick. The compact device is the size of a USB flash drive, and brings the streaming software provided by its set top boxes to a much smaller form factor. The Streaming Stick features Wi-Fi, a processor, and enough memory to run the software that will allow consumers to stream Netflix and more than 400 channels available on the Roku platform to their qualified televisions. The Streaming Stick won't require any external power sources, but will need a TV with an MHL-enabled HDMI port. It will be available in the second half of this year, and can be bundled with a TV or sold on its own.



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potatochobit on January 4, 2012 08:09PM
I own two rokus. Not sure what to think about this. Dont know if my TV supports this either but it does have a usb input.

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