Roku Streaming Stick Review 2017 Roku streaming stick with quad-core processor and dual-band wireless. Roku streaming players that connect to your TV as well as roku TV that have the streaming experience built in. Just connect them to the internet, set up a roku account, and start streaming.
PROS AND CONS PROS Plenty of channels Smartphone works great as remote control Very easy to use CONS Some slow loading times Takes a while to set up
ROKU STREAMING STICK - DESIGN The Roku streaming stick setup comprises of the dongle with a HDMI port that resembles a memory stick, a micro USB charging cable, power adaptor and remote control with two AA batteries supplied. On the glossy, piano black top lies buttons for going back to the home screen. D-Pad to scroll through menus. An instant replay button that rewinds the last seven seconds, OK button, Play/Pause, and skip back and forward buttons. Very light to hold but one thing really missing from it is some form of volume control so you abandon the main TV remote.
ROKU STREAMING STICK - SETTING UP Plug the dongle and the power supply. Setup the internet connection, Roku claims internet connection ranging from 1.5MBs to run Standard definition content and 3.0MBs to play Full HD content. To link the account use your smartphone or laptop. The Roku streaming stick will then take the opportunity to search for the latest software updates Note: This requires entering credit card details and address information and you can't proceed until this is all stored. If you have any connection issues call this toll free number 1-844-965-4357to get technical advice. Installation times vary from thirty seconds to a couple of minutes. Once that's done and as long as you are on the same Wi-Fi connection you can simply plug it into another TV in the house
For More details visit our site Roku.com/link to setup the Roku Streaming Stick or call our toll-free number 1-844-965-4357