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streaming stick

A small movie streaming device that plugs into an HDMI port on a TV or A/V receiver and accepts digital media wirelessly from mobile devices, computers or the Internet. Not much larger than a flash drive, Roku, Amazon and Google make such devices (see Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast). See digital media hub and streamer.
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In addition, select devices will be bundled with the Roku Streaming Stick in retail channels.
The response to the Roku Streaming Stick is tremendous.
By partnering with Roku, and developing a line of new Mitsubishi TVs that will support their new Roku Streaming Stick, we will be able to offer the best big screen TVs and the most powerful internet streaming device together, bringing web-based entertainment to a whole new level for our customers," said James Chan, vice president of marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America (MEVSA), Inc.
MHL resembles HDMI in appearance but unlike other connectors, it delivers power and other critical elements for the Roku Streaming Stick.
The Roku Streaming Stick will be available in the coming weeks from Roku and retailers.
Roku Streaming Stick Instantly Makes a TV "Smart" (Photo: Business Wire)
Insignia is proud to be among the first manufacturers to pair the Roku Streaming Stick with a TV," said Scott Jacobi, director of Exclusive Brands at Best Buy.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a great solution for Netflix because it allows us to deliver the Netflix experience found on the Roku platform to potentially any TV.
Extending the Roku streaming experience through the Roku Streaming Stick to Smart TVs is a natural next step for the market.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a game changer for the Smart TV market.
The Roku Streaming Stick will not require any cables or a separate power source, and can be controlled by the TV remote.
The Roku Streaming Stick will plug into MHL-enabled HDMI ports on TVs.