USB 3.0 multi-adapter kit for hard discs and optical drives with IDE (2.5″and 3.5")
and SATA I-III interfaces.
Compatibility-SATAIII; SATAII; SATA I; IDE 40-PIN, IDE-44PIN
Data transfer rate –
– Super Speed (up to 5 Gbit / s)
– High-Speed (up to 480 Mbit / s)
– Full-Speed (up to 12 Mbit / s)
Interface-USB 3.0-backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 and 1.0 standards
Disk support –
– SATA 2.5″and 3.5"
– IDE 2.5″and 3.5″
Compatibility with operating systems-Windows VISTA, 7, 8
Kit contents –
– USB 3.0 Multi-Transfer Adapter
– Power supply
– USB 3.0 cable
– Adapter for powering hard disk drives 3.5″
Other information –
– Possibility of simultaneous connection of drives and disks: Yes
– 4 color LEDs informing about the work status :
– Switch On / Off:
Roku Ultra | 4K/HDR/HD streaming player with Enhanced remote (voice, remote finder, headphone jack, TV power and volume), Ethernet, MicroSD and USB (2017)
- Brilliant picture quality creates an immersive experience.
- Whether your TV is HD, 4K or HDR, Roku Ultra will optimize your content for the best picture resolution possible.
- A new voice remote with buttons for TV power and volume control makes it easy to control both your TV and Roku player.
- Use your voice to search across top channels by actor, show and more.
- Includes headphones for private listening and a lost-remote finder.
- Whether you’re streaming in HD, 4K, or HDR, you’ll get picture quality that’s optimized for your TV with crisp details and rich color.
- Watch almost anything across thousands of free or paid channels available in a click.
- And with the 4K Spotlight channel it’s easier than ever to find 4K and HDR content for your TV.
- Control your Roku player, search with your keyboard, plus get features like: Private listening, voice search, and cast to TV.
- The next-generation Roku Ultra is our most powerful player, with a quad-core processor and our best wireless performance.
- Whether your TV is 4K or HD, Roku Ultra will optimize your content for the best picture resolution possible.
- Experience the visual rush of crisp details and rich HDR color.
- Plus, the Roku Ultra is fully loaded with features you’ll love.
- Our new voice remote lets you easily control your TV with buttons for TV power and volume.
- And no more tearing the family room apart with our lost-remote finder.
- First, cut the cable and stream only with Roku, save money, and only pay for what you want.
- Get rid of the Tivo, Cable box, etc that use mechanical hard drives which always fail, slow, and cost extra each month for cable cards or cable company DVR.
- The one we use most upstairs has crashed a few times, in the almost year we have owned it.
- You will want to invest in rechargeable batteries, as I replace mine every 2 weeks or so.
- When you purchase a Roku set up is easy and only takes about 15-20 minutes max.
- No cable company cards for a Tivo, or taking a day off work to meet the cable guy.
- The newest Roku Ultra even now has options for powering on the your TV and volume.
- Point at the TV during set up and it learns on its own, super easy.
- Other DVR remotes in the past you had to look up codes and program your remote.
- Listen at night with headphones that can plug into the remote.
- Get the channel Playstation Vue, and record into their cloud and watch your shows when you want.
- If you’re on the fence, then buy just one, keep your cable box for a time while you use the Roku.
- Once you see how easy setup is, realize the money saved cancelling cable, see how fast it can load all the hundreds of channels you chose, navigation is intuitive, even my wife after a few months is now hooked on the Roku.
- So long expensive cable company and noisy, slow, large, crashing DVR’s.
- One more thing, Roku now offers its own channel with lots and lots of free movies, and minimal commercials.
- Now having owned them for almost a year, reliable, cheaper, faster, easier, intuitive, and many many more options available then a DVR, it’s almost too good to be true.
- If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS.
- To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on a TV.
- If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra.
- If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS
6)The Express models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models.
- If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free.
- To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select “Streaming Channels”.There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free.
- My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so.
- My choice on this model was to maybe expand to a DVR in the future with the DVR AP I saw on You Tube.
- The box is way smaller then the cable box so this frees up an addtional shelf in the TV center.
- There are tons of free aps so I do’t think choice is a problem.
- The parental controls to restrict purchases and aps is great with younger ones in the house.
- My husband says the picture is better than on the cable box.
- Mainly we hardly watch cable channels except for local news so this equipment investment should pay its self off in a few months.
- Roku should really have included one for the price but oh well.
- Now my dad is researching his options for internet only and most likely adding Roku to his house.
- It allows me to stream programming for my Hi-Def TV even though there is a distance between my entertainment center and my Wireless Network.
- I was forced to try the Roku because of Spectrum TV Choice.
- My 50″ Samsung I have had for YEARS and still looks perfect (have a Samsung Smart TV stillin box – just can’t kill my original).
- I even bought a new AVR because they said it could be the problem.
Roku Streaming Stick+ | 4K/HDR/HD streaming player with 4x the wireless range & voice remote with TV power and volume (2017)
- Roku Cable Designed to Power Your Roku Streaming Stick from Your TV USB Port.
- Start watching your favorites quickly with smooth streaming.
- Whether you’re streaming in your home or hotel, the advanced wireless receiver gives you 4X the range and a stronger signal for streaming.
- The advanced wireless receiver gives you 4x the range and a stronger signal for smooth streaming, even in rooms further from your router.
- Plug it in, connect to the internet, and start streaming.
- Start watching your favorites quickly and enjoy a smooth streaming experience.
- Whether you’re streaming in your home, hotel or even in the backyard, the advanced wireless receiver gives you 4x the range and a stronger signal for streaming.
- This means you can stream in places that are ordinarily too far from the router.
- Experience the visual rush of 4K and vibrant HDR picture quality with the new powerful and portable streaming Stick Plus .
- Our new voice remote with buttons for TV Power and volume control makes it easy to control both your TV and streaming Stick Plus .
- Enjoy 500, 000 Plus movies and TV episodes across thousands of free or paid channels.
- You can even search by voice across top channels by actor, show and more.
- While I’ve only had it for a couple of days now, this might be the best Roku I’ve seen from a value perspective.
- One of the TV’s is a Roku TV and the other 4 all have a Roku attached to them.
- Literally everything we watch is delivered via the Roku.
- Our OTA material is delivered from a Tablo DVR to our Rokus.
- Our local media is served up via a Plex server to the Rokus.
- Bottom line, we use Roku a lot, and I’m very familiar with them.
- I wouldn’t consider myself to be a Roku “fan boy”, though.
- The Roku 4 was a turd at the start, but gradually got better with each subsequent firmware update.
- I’ve generally been leery about all of the “stick” form-factor devices.
- They’ve generally lagged behind the more traditional “box” form-factor devices as far as specs go.
- The new remote is great.The ability to control the TV’s power and volume without a second remote or a universal remote is loooong overdue.
- I highly recommend plugging it directly into an outlet using the provided adapter.
- It’s super easy to set up, it’s powered by your TV, and the signal booster that is built in to the USB cable ensures a strong wireless connection.
- This thing attaches entirely to the backside of your TV and is completely out of sight once it’s installed.
- I bought this for use with a bedroom TV because I didn’t want any unnecessary electronics cluttering up the room, and I couldn’t be happier.