Summary: I purchased the XR Roku box from Amazon because I have a wireless N home WIFI system, which is secured and password protected. I had trouble getting the initial "handshake" with Netflix. It took me several hours over a couple of days to get the Netflix service to where it would run on the Roku box.
Summary: While this works great with Netflix and other video sources all I know is I bought it to watch MLB and they tell me check back in mid April for Major League Baseball access. WTF? You advertise MLB and then when I get the machine tell me to check back in mid April?
Summary: Good player for Netflix and Pandora but the other channels aren't worth much. Possibly down the road but for now really not worth much at all. Now for the ratings. Picture: Good on HD.. I'd give it a 720 pic on most but really the HD just brings it up to a good standard def pic but in "true" format.
Very basic netflix box, not much bang for the buck
11 December 2009
Summary: I purchased this box to relieve the wear and tear on my PS3 from people in the house watching netflix all day. I opted for the wifi N box for future connectivity, and when it arrived things were great. It updated a new version of the firmware and restarted.
Summary: I just got this as a gift for my birthday. And initially I did not notice any issues. But... 1. Who builds something without a power button? The only way to power down the device is to unplug the power cable, which can be a hassle if you have multiple devices connected in your entertainment center.
Summary: The Roku is a good unit, the services are being expanded. I am currently using it wireless with an N router, the connection speed is adequate most of the time. It does lose setup connection once in a while but all you have to do is go through the setup routine that is still stored in memory.