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DBDukes
Level 11

Re: Roku and 5g

"Hey2019" wrote:
Can someone anyone please tell me weather or not a Roku Express can be hooked to Wi-Fi land line or no? I bought this 2 or 3 yrs back never used it but now that i need it I'm discovering that I'm behide on upgrades models. Before I just give up on the one i have I was wondering if anyone knew of some sort of converter that will convert Ethernet cable to HDMI and then how would I get roku also connected to my tv? Wow its a little confusing. There is no Ethernet cable port in back of this roku, only HDMI and piwer cord.  Does Anyone know how i can get this thing wired directly to my,internet modem? Or if its even,possible.  I have searched Google and watched YouTube videos but never get a straight yes or no answer. I even tried reaching out roku support but its impossible to speak with live rep.
Thanks much guys.

See your other post: https://forums.roku.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=143119
DBDukes
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Hey2019
Level 7

Re: Roku and 5g

Oh I'm sorry i missed your 1st sentence in your reply. I do have,a wireless router. Speeds of 400 whatever you call it lol ... I'm fairly new to all this wireless Wi-Fi and such. Thats why I'm having a little hard time i guess. Up till recently none of our devices acted so poorly on our Wi-Fi. So I never had to deal with these types of things .. Connecting any capable devices straight to modem is a better choice right? That's why I was wondering if some how connecting this roku i have to,modem also would solve ths buffering issues.
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Matthew93
Level 7

Re: Roku and 5g

There is 5g 

5G and WiFi will come even closer in the dense HetNet of the 2020s  

There are different schools of thought about how 5G and WiFi will coexist.

At one extreme are those who think 5G will make WiFi redundant after a few years because it will overtake the 802.11 family in speeds, support better latency and QoS, and be available in shared as well as licensed spectrum

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