Roku 2 Streaming Player - Free $5 Vudu Credit (2015 Version)

US $69.99

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 829610000572

Brand Name: Roku

Product Model: 4210RW

Product Category: Media Streaming Players

Roku 2 delivers fast performance and stunning high-definition video at a tremendous value. You are in control with the included simple remote with channel shortcut buttons, or use your compatible smartphone or tablet. Enjoy more than 2,000 streaming channels offering access to 250,000-plus movies and TV episodes, plus games, music, sports, international programming, kids' programming and more. Search the widest selection of channels by title, actor or director. Follow new movies you want to watch and receive automatic updates when they are ready to stream. Enjoy up to 1080p stunning HD video as well as Ethernet, USB and microSD card ports.
Lightning-fast performance
2,000-plus streaming channels
250,000-plus movies and TV episodes
Search across the most channels
Automatic updates in the Roku Feed
Up to 1080p Full HD
Dual-band wireless
Great with mobile devices
Ethernet port for wired connection
USB and microSD to play personal media
Super-simple remote
Quick and easy setup
Remote channel shortcut buttons
  • Battery Type: Alkaline
  • Primary Color: Black
  • Model No.: 4210RW
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.059
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.0
  • Walmart No.: 553501657

does this model take rca cables or hdmi?


Answer : HDMI only.


Answer : HDMI


Answer : No.... it only takes HDMI.


Answer : Yes. Both can be plugged in. Either or.


Answer : Hi BBTucson, The new Roku 2, which is the model 4210, has BOTH HDMI and composite video output ports. So it will work with almost any TV old and new unlike the legacy 4200 Roku 2 model. Gone is the earphone capable radio frequency remote from the previous 4200 model. Roku added an Ethernet port and a MicroSD card slot plus a USB port on the 2015 model 4210 though along with the composite video output option. Be sure to get the 2015 model 4210 to get those features because the previous Roku 2 Model 4200 has a completely different feature set. There have been reports of some sellers shipping old 4200 models when you order and pay for the 4210. Watch out for that. Best way to avoid that is to pick up one in store and verify the model number. As for the composite video out feature, if connecting to an HDTV with a HDMI input port always use an HDMI cable, not the composite video cable because the image and sound quality of the HDMI is far superior. An HDMI cable is NOT included by Roku in the box and one is much cheaper to order online using free site to store pickup at Walmart than just buying one off the rack in the store. Do not put off upgrading to a LED HDTV any longer than you absolutely have to because they use so much less electricity than an old CRT type TV that the new LED HDTV will pay for itself inside of two years in energy savings alone while you get a much better picture! No matter how little or how much you watch TV any old CRT set uses 5 to 10 times or even more power than a new LED HDTV. If you watch a lot of TV like me, energy savings will pay for the new HDTV way sooner. My power bill went down over $20 a month when I updated all my sets to LED HDTV models. It was an eye opener.



Do I need Internet


Answer : Yes, broadband.


Answer : YES


Answer : Yes, the Roku need Internet service to stream.


Answer : Yes, high speed Internet is required with a MINIMUM download speed of 1.5 MBPS recommended by Roku. The 2015 model Roku 2 works with either Wi-Fi or a hard wired Ethernet connection. Your choice.



which one takes a battery the roku device or the remote control or both?


Answer : Only the remote needs batteries (two AAA).


Answer : The remote control uses batteries.


Answer : Hi Tony, The remote requires batteries. Batteries included also. The player itself runs off either the USB jack on your HDTV or using an included wall wart type power supply.



Tech help is appalling

Used one in a rental cabin where we stayed for a week. I was impressed with the performance. When I got back home we decided to buy one since it's compact. The one I bought would not license. During the licensing process Roku wanted my credit card to proceed. I was also appalled at the options for programing. None of the options had any indications about which ones were pay and which were free. Still would not license. Spent 2 hours with tech help. They said there was nothing they could do unless I paid them $800.00 for a WiFi security program. When I declined their offer the tech (from India I suppose and barely understandable) kept insisting that I would regret not getting their security program.\n\nI returned the unit and got a Sony streaming Blu-Ray player. That worked right out of the box.


New Model

I would recommend the Roku 2. I would be careful ordering online - I ordered (on Walmart.com) the new version (model 4210R), but received the older version (model 2720R). Make sure if you order online that you check the model number once you receive it. Don't know if this was a mistake or done on purpose.


Tech help is appalling

Used one in a rental cabin where we stayed for a week. I was impressed with the performance. When I got back home we decided to buy one since it's compact. The one I bought would not license. During the licensing process Roku wanted my credit card to proceed. I was also appalled at the options for programing. None of the options had any indications about which ones were pay and which were free. Still would not license. Spent 2 hours with tech help. They said there was nothing they could do unless I paid them $800.00 for a WiFi security program. When I declined their offer the tech (from India I suppose and barely understandable) kept insisting that I would regret not getting their security program.\n\nI returned the unit and got a Sony streaming Blu-Ray player. That worked right out of the box.


New Model

I would recommend the Roku 2. I would be careful ordering online - I ordered (on Walmart.com) the new version (model 4210R), but received the older version (model 2720R). Make sure if you order online that you check the model number once you receive it. Don't know if this was a mistake or done on purpose.


New Model

I would recommend the Roku 2. I would be careful ordering online - I ordered (on Walmart.com) the new version (model 4210R), but received the older version (model 2720R). Make sure if you order online that you check the model number once you receive it. Don't know if this was a mistake or done on purpose.


Tech help is appalling

Used one in a rental cabin where we stayed for a week. I was impressed with the performance. When I got back home we decided to buy one since it's compact. The one I bought would not license. During the licensing process Roku wanted my credit card to proceed. I was also appalled at the options for programing. None of the options had any indications about which ones were pay and which were free. Still would not license. Spent 2 hours with tech help. They said there was nothing they could do unless I paid them $800.00 for a WiFi security program. When I declined their offer the tech (from India I suppose and barely understandable) kept insisting that I would regret not getting their security program.\n\nI returned the unit and got a Sony streaming Blu-Ray player. That worked right out of the box.


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