Well let's see, if I had downloaded a netflix movie onto my cellphone and then moved to a remote location, and wanted to beam it wirelessly to a large screen, I guess Roku is out of the question as a design featurefunction? Seems like the hardware would be perfectly capable.
Believe it or not, I have a much newer Roku, but I prefer to use my 2 XS.
You guys who hate the old units because they are too slow, I can appreciate your opinion, but I disagree. I checked last night and my old unit is actually an LT model @ 720p. May explain why I don't notice lag, because I'm not at 1080p maybe?
Believe it or not, I have a much newer Roku, but I prefer to use my 2 XS. I mainly use it because of the fact that it has the old, much better Netflix, and it has Angry Birds. It also has the gaming remote which my other Roku doesn't have, so it's less limited with the games I can play. It's also the main Roku i've used for years and has all of my streaming apps already installed. This is one of the reasons I love the Roku systems so much. A box from 2011 still works with modern apps and streaming services.