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The Roku XD is one of three wireless, high-definition media streamers (HD, XD, XDS) released in Fall 2010.

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Pros

wired ethernet and dual band 802.11N wireless connectivity

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full 1080p support

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full array of digital and analog outputs - HDDMI, optical audio, composite, and component

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USB port for local media

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further competition keeps prices low

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very small and compact

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simple yet flexible

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DLNA compliance is planned for the future

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Cons

no streaming local network content

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local playback is severely limited by format support

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not worth the premium over the lower priced, 720p Roku HD / XD

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The Roku XD is one of three wireless, high-definition media streamers (HD, XD, XDS) released in Fall 2010. Functioning as the top unit in the Roku series, the XDS offers full 1080p high-definition video processing in addition to Dual-Band Wireless N connectivity and unlimited streaming from one of 75 Roku channels that include Netflix and Pandora, to name a few. Unlike the HD and XD, the XDS also incorporates component video / optical audio outputs, and a USB port for accessing flashdrives. Like its counterparts, the unit is compatible with all 3D Blu-ray discs and includes HDMI connectivity for transmitting to an HDTV.

Features
  • Roku Series HD Media Streamer
  • Compact & Lightweight
  • 1080p High-Definition Video Streaming
  • Integrated Dual-Band Wireless N Module
  • Integrated Ethernet Connectivity
  • HD Internet Video Streaming
  • HDTV Compatible
  • USB Interface
  • Composite Interface
  • Component Video Output
  • Optical Audio Output
  • Remote Control w/Instant Replay
  • Two AAA Batteries Included
  • Composite A/V Cable Included
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
Post Review
Shadowtech
09/24/2010 12:36

I don't understand how this product is compatible with 3D Blu-ray discs as stated in the description. Does the author mean to say 3D Blu-ray movie rips will work?

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