Hardware for laptop to support webcasts

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Re: Hardware for laptop to support webcasts

Postby russellhltn » Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:09 pm

njgpeck wrote:Which roku model supports a wired connection?

This chart will show the features of all the Roku models, past and present. Of the current models, only the Ultra offers a wired connection.
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Re: Hardware for laptop to support webcasts

Postby randysteck » Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:28 pm

We have Roku 2 units. But 3 and Ultra, etc. have hardwire options. Looking at the Roku site, it looks like only their Ultra has a hardwired connection at this point, but $79 is a lot better than a laptop cost and unreliability. Apple TV works as well, plus some lesser known brands. I have not done a recent survey of units, but could certainly take another look if it would help.


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