Dave Johnson, provided by Published 5:16 pm EDT, Monday, April 15, 2019 Roku All Roku devices require the internet to stream video content to your television. Roku devices are streaming devices that connect to your television via an HDMI cable and allow it to behave like a “Smart TV,” streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and thousands of other channels without the need for cable or over-the-air broadcast television. Most Roku devices rely on WiFi, but the Roku Ultra also features an ethernet port, so you can connect it directly to a router by cable. Roku needs the internet to stream video, but it’s also possible to download content to other devices to play back without WiFi. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Do you need the internet to use a Roku device? In a word, yes — a wired or wireless internet connection is required to power any Roku product. Roku offers a large line of video streaming devices that give your ordinary television the ability to display content like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, and more. In other words, they turn “dumb TVs” into “smart TVs.” In order to use a Roku product in your home or office, you’ll need… Read full this story
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