This streaming device delivers up to 1080p, high-definition, non-interlaced video quality and Dolby audio
Any price comparison is to a new, nonrefurbished product price.
Roku 3710XB Express+ Player (Manufacturer Refurbished)
- Compatible with HDMI and composite
- Effortless setup
- Networking: 802.11b/g/n with WEP, WPA, and WPA2 support
- Video outputs: 480i, 720p, 1080p
- Audio features: Dolby audio pass through via HDMI remote control
- Come with a remote
- Dimensions: (H)0.7” x (W)1.4” x (L)3.4”
- Weight: 0.08lb.
- 90-day warranty from Roku
Limitless Streaming Options
Simply by hooking the Roku Express+ to your home WiFi and connecting it to an HDMI port in your TV, you can access thousands of channels of content, featuring more than 350,000 movies and TV episodes, many free. Enjoy your favorite TV shows on Netflix, the latest network episodes on Hulu, and your favorite sports on league-specific channels.
Use Your Phone as a Remote
A fully-functional remote with shortcut keys is included, but what if you drop it in the couch cushions or its batteries die. Never fear: simply download the Roku app to your smartphone, and you can use it as a remote. Surf to a specific channel, control the video, and even search for your favorite shows and movies. You can even plug in headphones or connect Bluetooth headphones, and the audio will be rerouted through your phone for private listening that won’t wake up the kids or the neighbors.
In the Box: Roku Express+ streaming player, remote, 2 AAA batteries, removable adhesive strip, HDMI cable, composite A/V cable (red/white/yellow)
With the advent of streaming entertainment over the Internet, many viewers turned from their TVs to their computers to take in favorite shows and movies. Though this blew open the doors to tons of content that was previously hard to find, the small flickering laptop screen didn’t really hold a candle to the television. Roku reversed this situation with the release of a device that used a home Internet connection to stream Netflix content to a TV. Since then, its set-top boxes and streaming sticks have expanded their reach to bring Hulu, YouTube, and thousands of other streaming channels to cord-cutters everywhere. Countless hours of sports, movies, TV, and music—much of it free—is now available to Roku owners without a cable subscription, and fans have responded, streaming more than 3 billion hours of content in 2014. Today Roku also works on Internet connection software inside the TV itself, building out smart TV capability for brands such as Sharp, Haier, and Insignia.
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