Roku XD Digital Video Players – Winners!

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Here are the winners of our giveaway:

  • Brian Ryder – Tinley Park, IL
  • Alex Espinosa – Westbury NY
  • Chris Boudreaux – Bay City, TX

Thanks to everyone who entered, and keep an eye out for our next contest!

Hey gang, we’ve got a sweet giveaway for you: How about the chance to win one of THREE Roku XD boxes?

If you’re not familiar with Roku, it’s a little box that allows you to stream video to your television from a variety of sources, including: Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Vimeo and over 100 channels ranging from sports (MLB, NHL and UFC) and news to music and international programming in 1080p HD resolution.

Roku is really easy – you can be up and running in 5 minutes. Roku is so tiny you can fit it anywhere (4.74 inches wide). No PC needed and it connects to your high speed internet connection via Wi-Fi. There are also no extra monthly bills because it works with your existing subscriptions (like Netflix or Major League Baseball), or enjoy free and on-demand content (like Pandora, Flickr, and Amazon VOD).

Roku is constantly expanding its library of streaming entertainment, so there will always be something new to watch.

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So if you’d like a chance to win one of the three (3) boxes we’re giving away, you must do TWO things to enter:

1. Send an email to with the subject “Roku XD Contest” and include your full name and mailing address.

2. Become a fan of Screen Rant on Facebook (just use the “Like” button below).

Contest ends on Wednesday, December 22nd and is open to residents of the continental United States only. Winners will be randomly selected.

Visit for more information about their line of players.

Good luck!

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  1. I’m in.

    Me likey.

    I’ve been good this year … honest.

  2. Ok SENT and LIKED :)

  3. GIMME! :D

  4. Now I do not have to discuss why I should be one of the ‘one in three’ who can win this. Already ‘liked’ eternally a fan.


    @Rickster: Good luck to you! To everyone :)

    • Good Luck to you too! :D

      • :)


  5. ok me too

  6. The Media Streaming Device concept, which the Roku fist into, is the future; it will be what kills off BluRay. I have one of these but mine is the Western Digital WD TV Live and I would not trade it for any BluRay player or other device available except for perhaps the new WD TV Hub box, the successor to my current device.

    These devices are the wave of the future and will bring BluRay to a much quicker end then anyone would have thought when BluRay was introduced. Why? These devices let you hook up any USB compatible device and stream from it any video file format you can think of from mkv to ats to the more common avi/mp4/mov video file formats. I have yet to try a file type and not get it to work. And they can stream HD and True HD video, a full 1080P resolution.

    I don’t know about the Roku but the WD TV Live is $99. The Newer WD TV Hub is $199 but it comes with 1Terabyte of storage where as the WD TV Live has no storage; you have to provide your own USB drive with it. I no longer watch BluRay discs, I rip everything to the hard drive and using this device I can watch any movie in my collection (and I have hundreds) on any TV with either an HDMI or a component connection. You can’t beat that kind of flexibility or versatility. Don’t let the lack of a built-in drive fool you because by not using a built-in drive you are able to have as many movies as you can get USB drives. If you uased a fixed drive device you would be limited in how much content you could have at one time.

    • BCC,

      If I’m not mistaken, the Roku does not have any storage capability, it’s for streaming only, isn’t it?


  7. Good luck y’all!!!

  8. While I sent the email, I was a bit uncomfortable sending my personal information BEFORE I won anything. You don’t say anything in the article, but I am trusting that you are going to erase my personal information after the contest is over if I don’t win, and after I receive the prize if I do. And you aren’t going to hand it out to anyone in between.


    • Sean,

      I don’t do anything with the info I receive when I run contests. It just saves time and complications – I hate picking winners and finding out after the fact they live outside the prize area or having to get them to reply with the info when I just want to put the contest behind me.


      • I figured as much, but it might be something that you would want to state in the post itself.

  9. I won´t participate in this contest, but I wish all of you guys the best of luck.

  10. I would enter but live in the UK

  11. Why facebook? That place has so many security gaps I just don’t trust it.

    • Zipper,

      Because Facebook is a place that is site that helps greatly in the promotion and growth of Screen Rant.


  12. awww only usa..

  13. I would really like to enter this contest, but I refuse to sign up for facebook.

  14. How do you guys just the winners?

    • *choose

  15. If I’m already a facebook fan do I have to like it again?

    • I hope not. Its already liked by me. It makes no sense to have to RE like.

      • Rickster, you on facebook yo? You should find me.

        • Sully yes iam! Ill give u a link on the next open discussion :)

          • Me too @Rickster

      • You can only “Like” something on Facebook once, so you’re good. :)


  16. Or you could use your PS3 the same way.

  17. Congratulations :)