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Crunchyroll Roku Channel Updated
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29 / M / Whale Island
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Posted 3/18/11
I will stick with Streaming it on my PS3. >.>
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Khaltazar wrote:

Ah, it needs an ethernet cable attached to it. Thought it sounded too good to be true. If I wanted to move my ethernet modem box to my room I wouldn't need to buy this Roku box in the first place. Seems very inconvenient to me.

All 3 current Roku models include WiFi.

The middle model adds extended range 802.11n, and the top model adds dual-band capability.
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25 / M / UofL; Louisville, KY
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I never used WiFi, how does it work? I only have one modem with no router therefore currently if I want CR in my room I need to buy an expensive 100 ft. cable to attach the ethernet cable to the Roku box. Or I could just save myself the trouble and simply watch it on my computer. If this WiFi works better I would consider buying Roku. All I want is to be able to watch CR on either my computer OR in my room. Again, I have no router, no wireless internet device, nothing.
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I like what I see with the update! I really like the seasons being split because it makes it much easier to find an episode I want.
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i want one so bad i could never find shows i ilke i guwss ill just ask for one on my birthday i hope she lets me
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Posted 3/18/11
Cool. Thanks, it worked finr for me but if its even faster then that's great.
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I am using a 65 inch Samsung as a monitor, TV and also for playing MAG on PS3. Running AMD Phenom II quad core with, XFX Radeon HD 5770 Graphics adapter - 1 GB - GDDR5 SDRAM to enhance the video output. Watching anything and everything is awesome
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So will I get better quality (480 and720) using the roku box than using the flash client on the website. I used to be able to stream 480 with no problem, now I have to use SD to get glitch free (as in no buffering stops) viewing. My U-Verse connection has not changed. Still 6Mbs DL. I realize those speeds vary depending on a lot of factors
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Posted 3/18/11
I'm buying one now :D! Thanks for the update!
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22 / F / Melbourne, Australia
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Posted 3/18/11
Does this have international support? Like, for example, Australia?
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I like the upgrade! Good job.
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44 / M / Toronto Canada
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WOW the Roku App looks nice, I have the Boxee instead which is okay but definitely the Roku looks nicer in design. When you guys updating the Boxee App???
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Posted 3/18/11

possum92 wrote: Does this have international support? Like, for example, Australia?
Don't think so ~ since Roku biggest selling point was Netflix streaming, it seems focused on North America.

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Laptop to HDTV is my current media solution!

But for ease of use, a dedicated set top box like a Roku is a great investment, not to mention for $79 you get full 1080p support (with available content). It also carries many other interesting APPs like Revision3 and NetFlix! I only wish it had the free Hulu online service, not HuluPlus. Beggers can't be choosers I guess.

Excellent work CR!
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Posted 3/18/11 , edited 3/18/11
most computers these days are very simple to connect to a tv.but for 60 bucks sounds pretty good
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