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CNET Nov 5, 2013

In general, real buttons tend to beat virtual ones when it comes to the TV experience, especially if everyone in your household doesn't have a smartphone or tablet.All that adds up to make the Roku LT well worth the extra $15, unless you're heavily invested in the Google media ecosystem.

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CNET Sep 25, 2013

The Roku LT and Roku 1 remotes are slightly different than those of the past, featuring direct-access buttons for Netflix, Amazon Instant, Blockbuster, and M-Go. Eagle-eyed Roku fanatics will also notice that the "jump back" button has been restored to the cheaper models.

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