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Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014)


Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014)



Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI Version)



The Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI Version) is a convenient little stick that streams loads of entertainment to your TV. Choose from 1,000+ channels and 31,000+ movies with more added all the time. Control it with the included remote or from your mobile device. Even cast Netflix, YouTube and personal media from your smartphone or tablet to your TV.

What’s the Difference Between the 3500R HDMI Streaming Stick and the 3400R Roku Ready Streaming Stick?

The Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI version) uses USB or AC power and is controlled by the included enhanced remote or your personal mobile device. The Roku Streaming Stick (Roku-Ready version) uses a special port (MHL) to power the device and can be controlled by the manufacturer remote or the Roku Ready included remote. The 3400R Roku Ready version is only compatible with MHL-port ready devices. 

Roku 3500R Streaming Stick Product Features:

  • Compact stick design. Plugs discreetly right into the HDMI port. Great for wall-mounted TVs.
  • 1,000+ entertainment channels and counting. By far the most movies, TV episodes, sports, news, music, kids’ shows, and free channels of any streaming player.
  • Control with included remote. Comes with a simple-to-use remote that the household can share. With RF technology, you can use your remote without pointing it at the TV.
  • Or control with your smartphone and tablet. Download the free Roku iOS or Android app to choose what you want to watch on your Roku player via your mobile device. It’s your choice.
  • Send to TV from mobile. With apps from Netflix and YouTube, cast videos from your smartphone or tablet straight to your TV.
  • Display personal media. Send your videos, photos and music stored locally on your smartphone to your TV screen with the Roku app.
  • Find what you want to watch. Roku Search makes it a snap to find your favorite movies and shows from top channels like Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU. Even compare pricing.
  • Channel shortcut buttons. Jump straight to favorite channels such as Netflix and Amazon Instant Video with the push of a button.
  • Stunning HD video quality. Immerse yourself in the action with rich, vibrant video streaming in up to 1080p HD.
  • Dual-band wireless. A robust extended-range wireless connection seamlessly streams video with ease and speed.

Availability of 1080p HD video limited by channel provider and speed of broadband connection.
Roku Search is for movies and TV shows and does not work with all channels. Premium subscriptions are required and are not included with purchase.
Video playback of personal media via the Roku app is limited to iOS and select Android™ devices.
Subscriptions or other payments may be required to access content on certain channels. For example, Netflix requires a paid subscription, which gives you access to movie and TV show titles in the Netflix streaming catalog. Some channels may not be available to all households in every market or in all countries where Roku players are sold.

 


 


 

 

 

Plugs into the HDMI port on your HDTV.


 

 

 

Control with included remote, smartphone or tablet. You choose.



 

 

 

Cast Netflix, YouTube and personal media from your phone to your TV.


 

 

 

Find favorites with Roku. Search across major channels.



Compare Roku models

 
 
Tiny stick. Big entertainment.
Works with virtually any TV.
Private listening headphone jack.
Fully loaded and lightning fast.
TV compatibility
HDTVs only
Virtually any TV
Virtually any TV
HDTVs only
1,000+ entertainment channels
yes
yes
yes
yes
Built-in wireless
yes
yes
yes
yes
Roku Search across multiple top channels
yes
yes
yes
yes
Plays up to 1080p HD video
yes
yes
yes
yes
Control with included remote or mobile devices via the Roku app
yes
yes
yes
yes
Send videos, photos and music stored locally on your smartphone to your TV via the Roku app
yes
yes
yes
yes
Dual-band wireless
yes

yes
yes
Channel shortcut buttons to Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and more
yes
yes
yes
Remote with headphone jack for private listening

yes

yes
Cast to TV direct from the Netflix and YouTube apps
yes

yes
Motion control for games (Angry Birds Space included)

yes
Lightning fast with 5x faster processor      
yes
Ethernet, USB & microSD slot

yes

Roku 3 works with HDTVs with HDMI port. HDMI cable not included.
Availability of 1080p HD video limited by channel provider and speed of broadband connection.



It’s ridiculously easy

From the simple remote to the intuitive interface, Roku Streaming Stick™ (HDMI Version) was designed to set up in a few quick-and-easy steps. All you need to get started is a high-speed Internet connection (and an HDTV, of course). The built-in wireless and guided setup mean you can be up and running in minutes. And we bet you don’t even have to call your nerdy nephew for help.



Included with the Roku Streaming Stick™ (HDMI Version)
  • Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI Version)
  • Roku standard remote with channel shortcut buttons
  • 2 AA batteries (for remote)
  • USB power cable + wall adapter
  • Get started guide
  • iOS and Android™ apps available


What you need
  • A TV with HDMI port
  • High-speed Internet (like DSL or cable)
  • Wireless router

In general, the faster your Internet connection, the better the video quality. For the best viewing results, we recommend a minimum of 1.5 Mbps for standard definition and 3.0 Mbps for HD content. To test your network speed, visit either one of the following (free) websites: speakeasy.net/speedtest/ or www.speedtest.net. Please note that your Internet speed may vary throughout the day.

Subscriptions or other payments may be required to access content on certain channels. For example, Netflix requires a paid subscription, which gives you access to movie and TV show titles in the Netflix streaming catalog. Some channels may not be available to all households in every market or in all countries where Roku players are sold.

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  • Compact stick design. Plugs discreetly right into the HDMI port. Great for wall-mounted TVs.
  • 1,000+ entertainment channels and counting. By far the most movies, sports, news, music and kids’ shows of any streaming player.
  • Control with remote or mobile. You can choose to control your entertainment via your iOS or Android device. Or use the included remote that everybody can share. It’s your choice.
  • Send to TV from mobile. Use mobile apps, such as Netflix and YouTube, to cast videos from your phone straight to your TV.
  • Stunning HD video quality. Immerse yourself in the action with rich, vibrant video streaming up to 1080p* HD.

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What customers say about Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014)?

  1. 426 of 434 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Roku Strikes Back, March 27, 2014
    By 
    A. Dent “Aragorn” (Minas Anor, GD) –
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    This review is from: Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014) (Electronics)

    These are my thoughts after a few days with the Stick. I will update my review as I learn and experience more if needed but I don’t believe I’ve missed a lot because, as a current Roku 3 and Roku LT and Google Chromecast user, this is an easy to write review.

    BROAD ASSESSMENT

    There are several Roku models out there and then there’s Chromecast so one good question that needs to be answered is “why a Roku Stick and not a Roku 3?” or “why a Roku and not a Chromecast?” or “why not a Chromecast rather than a Roku?” As an owner and user of Roku LT, Roku 3 and now a Roku Stick and also a Chromecast, I will try to briefly provide some answers below but, first, let me state what the Stick is about and what it can and can’t do.

    [Roku Stick vs. Roku 3]

    The Stick does very much everything a Roku 3 does, except that there are no games on it and it doesn’t come with headphones. I confess that I never cared about playing games on the Roku because just about anything from a cheap phone to a gaming console beats the Roku gaming experience and I don’t care about the headphone attachment either so not having these and paying less for your Roku is a good compromise but anyone who wants Roku games and a mono earbud should order a Roku 3.

    The Stick lets you access the same enormous amount of channels as the other Roku devices, mostly VOD (video on demand) but also live streams. Almost all the popular ‘pay’ channels (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, MLB.TV , PBS, Showtime…) are there and hundreds of streams you never heard of but may end up watching every once in a while. The on-screen channel store breaks it all down into categories and you can easily browse Roku’s store on a computer or tablet and order your channels to your device. to choose from, including most popular ones. And if there’s something that you can’t find in the official store you can always check the private channel listings. When it comes to ‘content’ Roku 3 and the Stick should be almost indistinguishable.

    The Stick can pair with Roku’s free mobile app to browse and select channels to stream and it should allow for cross-media searches so, for example, you can see where on the (major) channels/services a show or movie may be available and at what price.

    The Stick features the same 1080p resolution as Roku 3 but browsing through menus appears to be slower than on the Roku 3, more like what you get out of a Roku 2 or a Roku LT. Wi-Fi is as good as on previous models, easy to set and so far stable.

    And the, of course, the Stick costs only half as much as the Roku 3.

    [Roku Stick vs. Chromecast]

    As I stated, we have a couple of Rokus around the house and a Chromecast attached to the big TV in the living room. I still like the Chromecast, especially its ability to cast my Windows computer screen but after I temporarily replaced it with the Roku Stick I am inclined to keep it this way, at least for a while and this is why.

    + Remote control (Roku): Yes, controlling the Chromecast from a Chromebook or laptop or tablet or phone is fun but the remote is easier and I don’t need to mess with my other gadgets. Yes, it’s one additional remote and it’s not likely it can be easily integrated into a universal remote but it happens to be what I prefer.
    + Channels selection: this is were Roku’s strength lies overall and it’s ‘hundreds’ or ‘over a thousand’ for Roku vs. about a dozen (but growing) for Chromecast. Notably, Chromecast does not have an Amazon app and, given the Google/Amazon rivalry, it’s not likely to have one soon but Roku does.
    = Screen casting works well with YouTube and Netflix and it’s the same quality as what you get out of the Chromecast. Both Roku and Chromecast are likey to add more apps.
    – Casting off a browser is what may cause some to pick the Chromecast over a Roku. Yes, it only works with Chrome at this time (on Windows or a Chromebook) and the quality is very much affected by your computer’s CPU and your Wi-Fi network but it does give you a lot of flexibility, especially with live streams.
    – Chromecast is less expensive.

    MY EXPERIENCE

    If you’ve never used a Roku before but decided that you wanted one the Stick is probably the best bet because it’s the least expensive Roku now unless you can get an LT on sale.

    Installation was as easy as attaching the Stick into your TV’s HDMI port. Like the Chromecast, the Stick works with a power adapter that needs a wall outlet. Since I already had a Roku account, I used my existing credentials but for those who don’t it’s easy to create one but you will be asked for credit card info. Then… go to the channel store and order whatever you want from there. For pay services such as Netflix or Amazon you will have to go through additional steps involving separate authentication and access codes but it’s pretty self-explanatory and it’s…

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  2. 98 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    I want to give this five stars, but I can’t., March 29, 2014
    By 
    Jeff Welch “JMW” (California) –

    This review is from: Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014) (Electronics)
    I want to give this five stars, but I can’t. I pre-ordered this from Roku the day it was announced. It is pretty much exactly what I wanted, most of the features of the Roku 3 (which I LOVE), but in a small package that can be hidden behind the TV and powered by the USB port. You may know that Roku took an earlier stab at this with a device the required an MHL port (kind of a super HDMI port), this meant it only worked with some TV’s and the device never took off.

    I don’t know if the very inexpensive Google Chromecast was the push that Roku needed to try to get the Roku Stick right, but sure enough they are back with a device very similar to the original stick but that uses USB and HDMI, instead of the MHL port. So far so good… It should work with any TV that has an HDMI port, but there is no Ethernet so make sure your Wifi is solid.

    I received this in the mail today and immediately started setting it up. This process took much too long compared with my setup of the Roku 3 a few months ago which was easy and FAST. I had some trouble getting the device to connect with the remote (I think it was confusing my Roku 3 remote and the newer Roku remote, I finally took the batteries out of the older remote to ensure they didn’t stomp on each other).

    With the remote connected, I moved onto wifi, it connected to the wifi but would not connect to the internet. After going through all sorts of attempts and settings, I decided to hotspot to my phone to see if that would work, and this allowed me to run the Roku updates and load in the channels. After the software update was complete, I connected back to my regular house wifi and all was well! So this must have been some kind of issue with the combination of the initial Roku Stick software and my network.

    After the network was updated then it was on to setting up the individual accounts (Netflix, Amazon VOD, and iHeartRadio being the important ones for us). So I would love to know why Roku does not store the login information and transfer it to all of my devices? But no, you have to do this manually. Going through this process brought me to the thing that I am really worried about: the response of the remote sucks, it sticks, it lags, sometimes you are waiting a long time for it to catch up with you. I cannot EVER recall waiting on the Roku 3, at least in regards to responding to commands from the remote.

    The last concern I have is the size of the stick and its fit in the TV. I didn’t imagine this would be an issue, and hopefully it wont turn out to be, but when I installed it in the back of the TV, the fit was very tight and there was noticeable pressure put onto the USB cable and the HDMI connection. I am hopeful that this will not cause any issues going forward and I may look at moving it to a different HDMI port to see if there is a better fit, if you encounter this problem, you may want to look at getting a short HDMI extension to avoid putting undesirable pressure on the device.

    The Good:
    -Roku’s software and interface are the best I have used, and this is exactly like the Roku 3
    -Streaming quality seems to be very good thus far
    -I’ve tested all the services we use, and though the setup was tedious everything works and the quality is excellent

    The Bad:
    -The installed software that needed immediate updating has issues
    -Initial setup was NOT smooth (I have done this before, so it should have been!)
    -Device response to the remote can lag a lot (this may be the thing that ruins the stick for me)

    This device is BRAND NEW, so I am willing to be a little patient with Roku, hopefully as they roll out more updates in the next few weeks some of the issues will be worked out, the remote lag is a MUST fix. People will abandon a device that seems flaky (this is why I am getting rid of my Apple TV’s). I am kind of surprised that all of the reviews so far have been almost completely positive, at this point I am a bit disappointed when comparing this to my Roku 3.

    After a few weeks and hopefully some updates, I will revise this review, I am hopeful that I will be able to add more stars, but the jury is out on that until I have lived with the device for a while.

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  3. 32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Apple and Google should be a bit nervous!, March 27, 2014
    This review is from: Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) (2014) (Electronics)
    I got mine today and it was simple and easy to set up. I have a Roku 3, as well as 2 Apple TVs. I primarily use my Roku 3, and now having the Streaming Stick, it will be nice to have when traveling. It’s a simple and easy interface. I also have a Chromecast, and right now, Roku has a leg up because it has a great deal of apps available. It’s a good.Simple, easy to use and easy setup! Roku is the dark horse company that is giving Google and Apple a reason to be quite nervous!

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  4. I believe wireless is not possible . you can connect it with the help of HDMI Cable


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