When it was new, Roku 1 cost $59.99 to purchase with no monthly service fees. You can opt to watch free movies and TV shows on The Roku Channel, sign up for a streaming cable replacement service, or rent/buy movies on other channels.
Roku 1 lets you to stream your favorite free and paid movies, sports, local news, TV shows, children's programs, and more directly to your television.
While Roku does not sell the Roku 1 anymore, you can still use your Roku 1 to stream your favorite content. As channels become more complex with updates over time, some old models may not perform as well. If your Roku 1 is not performing as well as it once did, we recommend checking out or latest models and upgrading to something new.
Roku 1 is a third-generation streaming player from Roku originally released in 2014. It allows you to stream HD movies and shows directly to your TV from some of the most popular channels, like Netflix. All you need to do is connect it to power, plug it in to the HDMI® port on your TV, and connect to the internet.
Yes, Roku 1 supports 802.11 dual-band (a/b/g/n compatible) with WEP, WPA, and WPA2 to allow the fastest streaming without having to run an ethernet cable.