Roku 3 Streaming Media Player

Roku is a little box that makes it easy to enjoy the best movies, all favorite TV programs, and music of your choice, various games and much more on your TV by streaming it directly from the Internet. Lots of people use Roku every day to access their favorite form of entertainment instantly as per their wish.

The new Roku 3 media player

In March, Roku launched the Roku 3, its most powerful streaming player to date. At $99.99, the Roku 3 has a dual-core ARM Cortex A-9 processor, dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, a Wi-Fi remote with an included headphone jack, and the latest UI.

As per CNET review, the Roku 3 offers a handful of features not found in most of the lower-end models, including 1080p video, Ethernet connectivity for places that lack sufficient Wi-Fi coverage, and a Bluetooth-powered remote that doesn’t need a direct line of sight, and with this remote you can also play games just the way you do in your Smartphone’s. It also offers you a built-in headphone jack, a unique Roku feature, which allows you to watch a show or movie without disturbing someone else in the same room.

Roku 3 for effortless and instant streaming

Roku platform is one of the best in the group among all the standalone media players. It offers the user’s with an extensive selection of content that includes easy access to movies and TV shows from services like Amazon, Vudu, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and also Blockbuster On Demand. It offers quite a few sports channels like the NBA Game Time and NHL Game Center Live and boasts of one of the most wide-ranging music channels and services, like the Amazon Cloud Player, MOG, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Spotify and Slacker. The company claims that consumers now can contact more than 750 channels of movies, TV shows, sports, music, and casual games and also the new Roku 3 is more instinctive, with enhanced access to all the channels. One of the best features in Roku 3, when compared to other streaming media players, is the “one-stop” search, an inclusive search ability that can make searching shows and movies much easier and faster.

By G+ Author: Dennis Tablott.

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