Roku made a name for itself by providing a device that, for many, is synonymous with Netflix streaming. The quality of that service, and other premium, IP delivered media, has increased significantly since the original box was launched, necessitating an update to modernize the lineup and provide support for HD content. To address this, we now have the Roku 2 comprised of three models: HD, XD, and XS, spanning the range from $60 to $100. Each of the devices is capable of 5.1 bit streaming, but the Roku 2 HD, which is limited to 720p, it is not as interesting as the other two which are capable of delivering 1080p video. Today we take a look at high-end XS, which tops the XD by including Roku’s Bluetooth gaming remote, a USB port, and Ethernet.