Roku Streaming Stick (2014)

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It happens every time I travel. I come back to my hotel room, flop into a freshly made bed, pick up the (probably sticky) black remote, and turn on the TV. I’m given the option to mortgage my home to watch a just-out-of-theaters movie, aimlessly surf through a bunch of local and basic cable channels, or take my chances with whatever’s on HBO. I flip through the 28 or so channels for about a half hour, and settle on some offshoot of Storage Wars before I go to sleep. The Roku Streaming...

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Basic Specs

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Tech Specs


Width .4 inches
Depth 2.7 inches
Height 1 inches
Weight .05 pounds
Color Purple


Audio codecs supported AAC, MP3
Video codecs supported H.264, MP4, MKV

Audio / Video

Max. video resolution 1080p

Output ports

HDMI output(s) 1


Wi-Fi Yes
Built-in Wi-Fi support 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bundled remote control

Connection type Wi-Fi

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    iTranslate - Photo To Text 1.1 for iOS. Take a photo of the area that you want to translate and the app will change it to text and translate to any language of your choice. The way it detects the text from the photo and translates them quickly is simply amazing & magical. Really, let's say you want to add the whole book on your iPhone, there's no need to type word by word. It's easier to take photos and even translate the book to your own language.

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