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Roku launches cheaper LT set-top with HBO Go support

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 11 Oct 2011 21:02 User comments (2)

Roku launches cheaper LT set-top with HBO Go support Roku has unveiled a new $50 set-top box, the LT, which adds HBO Go support.
The device is the cheapest the company offers, with their most expensive (and popular) device, the XL, selling for $100.

As with other set-tops in their line, the LT offers access to 300 channels including Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant, Hulu Plus, Epix, MLB and NHL packages.

Because of its low price, the LT will not have SD card or Bluetooth support.

All of the current Roku boxes will also receive HBO Go support, when the LT hits stores this month. HBO Go gives HBO subscribers a chance to play back all their favorite shows on their computers, tablets, smartphones and set-top boxes.

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2 user comments

112.10.2011 2:47

Apple wii sue since it looks like apple tv

212.10.2011 15:14

Originally posted by xaznboitx:
Apple wii sue since it looks like apple tv
Right!

Forza Juve!!

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