Summary: My mom has been a huge fan of my ability to stream Netflix videos via my Nintendo Wii since first experiencing it and has been hinting for some time that she was interested in setting up something similar for herself.
Summary: I bought the Roku XR over the weekend, and it came on Tuesday. Setup was simple and smooth. I started watching movies and old TV shows with my NetFlix subscription, and was really enjoying it, until it started re-booting now and then.
Summary: You can't beat it! 8.99/mo for Netflix and the RoKu and you are set! The only downside is you ending up watching altogether too much TV and cheezy shows like buck rogers in the 25th Century! Have Fun!
Summary: I bought this Roku HD-XR Player: the five min thing didn't work for me. Took me longer to figure this thing out because my TV is NOT HDTV. But I do have the HDTV DVR box running to my non HDTV.
Summary: First I don't know why I waited so long to buy one. Most likely because we could use the x-box which sometimes caused arguments when someone wanted to play a game. I got the pricey model because I have the N network and HD, don't really know how it works with the G but here is what I know: Set-up:...
Summary: This little black box is an amazing thing. It is a great price, sets up simply and works perfectly. I was worried that I wouldn't be able to use it wirelessly, despite it's claims. I didn't want to have constant skipping and reloading while I was watching something.
Summary: I got my Roku HD XR player earlier today. It took less than 5 minutes to set up out of the box and within 10 minutes, I was watching movies on my Netflix account. This unit is nothing less than amazing!
Summary: Let's face the facts: Too many of us have been growing more and more frustrated with our cable bills. We pay too much for too many channels that we don't even watch. It occurred to me recently that what has been said about television for years may indeed be coming true: "TV rots the brain.