Was thinking of purchasing another Roku Express and setting it up on my mom's TV at a nursing home using it via the homes public wifi...not sure on wifi's specs there, but should it work. Would just have some the ftree services for het...the big trick be teaching her to use it as it being something new, she will put up the mental block that its too difficult to learn
Iona, what personal information is "stored" on a Roku? You mean, access to Netflix, and Hulu? Oh no! There's nothing stored on a Roku other than access to other stuff and your email address.
Your credit card information is not stored on your Roku: your credit card information is stored in the cloud, linked to your Roku account, but not on the device itself. By stealing your Roku, someone could not steal your credit card info.
Think about it. Have you ever entered your credit card info onto your Roku, using your Roku remote or your remote Roku app? No. If someone steals your Roku, the worst they can do is get the information that they can read in the settings screen.