Roku LT

77
Global
Score
77

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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PC Mag says:

You won't get full 1080p HD output or Angry Birds, but for a mere $50, the Roku LT will hook you up with Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and dozens of other Web-streaming services. It's the perfect low-cost way to upgrade your years-old home theater.
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Scores

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Breakdown

Ease of use
8.7
Video quality
8.5
Media support
7.5
Design and form factor
8.0
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Specs

LT

Type
Audio / video player
Video services
Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Other
Audio services
Pandora, Other
Video outputs
HDMI, RCA / composite
Audio outputs
via HDMI, RCA stereo
WiFi
yes
Ethernet
None
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Specs

LT

Type
Audio / video player
Video services
Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Other
Audio services
Pandora, Other
Video outputs
HDMI, RCA / composite
Audio outputs
via HDMI, RCA stereo
WiFi
yes
Ethernet
None
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Chromecast (2015)

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Chromecast Audio

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85
 

Critic

8.4
 

User

10
 
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86

Engadget

86
 

Critic

8.6
 

User

Not yet scored
 
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