If you do still offer the Ultra, you don't seem to in the UK. That link in your reply doesn't work, and the UK site only lists Express, Premier, and Streaming Stick—none of which appears to offer an Ethernet connection.
Your website states:
"You can use the product comparison chart to determine which current products have Ethernet."
In fact it does no such thing.
My first contact with Roku has left me underwhelmed.
Hello Tanner: I own an Ultra which i believe has an ethernet port for "wired" connection. Since my wireless connection to Spectrum internet (thru Asus router) goes up and down like a yoyo, does it make sense to try an ethernet cable instead (est 50 feet long) ? If so, which cable shd I buy ? Thanx.
And as a further update, the two new versions of the Express 4K player both accept an external USB Ethernet adapter. I believe at least one of the soundbars also accept such an adapter. What I don't know is if any of the adapters that will work offer Gigabit, or still only Fast Ethernet.
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Thanx for the quick reply. But the FIRST question is - does it make sense to try an ethernet cable instead of wireless (est 50 feet long) to eliminate erratic connectivity ? If so, then the cable type that you recommend will be bought.