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It's been mentioned before, but people still miss the fact that this is a first generation model.
I advise you to go to http://www.roku.com/roku-products#3 to see the second-generation models. The price isn't that much more and the shipping is free.
Actually these are a second generation model, and the Roku 2 is the third generation. Unless you count the first Roku as the 0th generation.
thanks to @robio for the link
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nyfantom wrote:I had a great experience. I got mine from Amazon at Christmastime.
I use it at my house back in Ohio that has no TV access..I use it for hotels who don't offer free channels.
I am tapped into my netflix account and amazon prime as well as others.
I suggest plugging it in at home and getting it all set up and updated before using it in hotels.
This way you are familiar with it and "good to go" when you reach your destination.
It's good for the traveller.. or the lazy who only have cable in the living room and don't want to get out of bed..
Its really way too easy to activate and get started..
Happy wooting, eh?
What about hotels that require accepting their terms of service or signing in of some kind?
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