A Roku box is a streaming TV device that provides an alternative to watching via antenna or a cable service. The box connects directly to the TV and a home's Internet-receiving computer network. It also works with or... More »

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The Roku 3 streaming media player works by displaying user-selected audio and video content from the Internet on a television connected to the device. The source options for the streaming content includes free channels, ... More »

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No Roku models require a computer for use, as of 2015. The Roku unit plugs in to a TV via a composite or HDMI cable and allows streaming video content via the home’s Internet connection directly to the TV. More »

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To connect a Roku to a TV, connect an audio/video cable to the output on the device and the corresponding input on the TV. To set up the device, connect it to the Internet, turn it on and follow the setup prompts. More »

To connect a Roku streaming media player to an Ethernet source, slide one end of the Ethernet cable into the port marked Ethernet on the back of the Roku box and the other end into an empty Ethernet port on the back of t... More »

The Roku 2 is a content streaming device that connects to a television using an HDMI cable. It provides full 1080p high-definition video support, wireless connectivity and mobile device syncing capability. More »

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The original Roku device and some Roku 2 devices let users connect the device to a television with composite cables, but later devices only connect with an HDMI cable. Some Roku devices also have an Ethernet port that pr... More »