Roku has launched a new range of HD streaming media players, there are three models in the range, with the cheapest model retailing for just $60.
First up is the Roku HD which offers support for HD video in 720p, next up is the Roku XD which offers support for Full HD in 1080p and features integrated wireless.
Finally there is the Roku XDS which also offers support for Full HD video in 1080p, this model features dual band wireless technology.
“Customers can now buy an HD-capable Roku player with wireless for 40 percent less than the price of our original $100 Roku HD player,” says Anthony Wood, founder and CEO of Roku in a statement. “Or, think of it this way: for around the price of two Blu-ray Discs, a Roku player brings you access to limitless instant streaming entertainment choices available.”
All of the new players will offer support for Netflix, plus Amazon video on demand, MLB.TV, music from Pandora and will also feature support for Facebook and Flickr.
The base model, the Roku HD will retail for just $60, whilst the Roku HD will retail for $80 and the Roku XDS will retail for $100.
via WiredFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News