dealsroku 3 streaming player for $89.99 + free shipping


@marvals: what the precise url? It doesn't come up first try, just generic Rokus


Best purchase I've made in a long time, and I say that already having a full HTPC in place. Great interface, picture quality, and responsiveness.


@slothful1: Yes! My wife sleeps like 10 - 11 hours a night on the weekends, I only need like 5-6. Every remote should have that headphone jack now.

The Roku 3 blows my WDTVs out of the water. I never quite got anything to stream anything from my computers to my WDTV. Plex works flawlessly with the Roku 3.


There is still a listing for $89.99 BUT there's a $59.99 shipping charge for that one!


I have the Roku XS and love it....but yesterday I bought the Chromecast....I have all androids so I think I am going to enjoy it even more.


Bought one. I have been watching for a while to get a good price on the 3. I have the 2XS and I love it. No problems connecting, I use it over my smart TV. Easier to use.

vote-for1vote-against reviewed this when it first came out and said it wasn't a neccessary upgrade from the Roku 2. That isn't true, my old Roku 2 XS used to freeze up and take forever to load local Plex content and streaming video (netflix and hulu plus were the worst).

I was lucky to find a repackaged Roku 3 at Target for $70, and it is a crazy huge difference. Loads videos super fast and it only froze up once, but that could have been due to a corrupt video file.

Plus the ethernet actually works on this one, my Roku 2 wouldn't connect to my router 90% of the time.


The headphone jack saved my marriage.


@marvals: You didn't actually follow the links, did you? There is no deal there. Both your supplied links are just aggregate pricers and the actual prices do not exist.


@theflatline: I can't find it right now, but it does do screen mirroring (don't remember the actual full term they used though) according to the review I read earlier. I remember because it said it is how a few other devices get around the restrictions Hulu and other sites have with streaming to a TV.


It's going to take a while for Chromecast to catch up. It does 4 things right now if memory serves- youtube, google play, netflix, and something else I can't remember. Pandora is inbound eventually but until it hits Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, and HBOGo, I'm not particularly interested.


I suspect a lot of these will be flooding the market with the Google Chromecast now per-ordering at $35

Yes they're different, but it has potential to render Roku and WD live boxes less than desired....