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Roku Streaming Stick hands-on

Ben Drawbaugh
01.10.12
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The device that put MHL on the map for most every non-smartphone user was live and in person at CES, and just as you might have surmised from the renders, the Roku Streaming Stick looks like a little dongle with Roku tag on it and adds the over-the-top greatness to any MHL display. Shiny, and just as prone to finger prints as any piano glass finished product, the thickness of the device makes us wonder if it'll clear the MHL compatible HDMI port of the thinnest of HDTVs -- hopefully a small HDMI extender will be bundled in.

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