Roku just released the latest version of its media player devices, complete with support for Angry Birds and advanced Netflix (s NFLX) streaming. Check it out:
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Show notes for this episode:
- The new Roku 2 devices sell for $60, $80, and $100. Check out the Roku website for more details.
- Roku has confirmed in its forums that Netflix subtitles and 1080p streaming won’t be available on previous-generation devices.
- New Roku apps include Angry Birds, Epix and AOL Video (s aol).
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