Wireless TVs are everywhere, from your local coffee shop to your home cinema, and they have become a major part of our lives.
So why are they so hard to find?
The most common question I hear from folks looking for a wireless TV is that the HDMI cables aren’t compatible with Roku devices.
That’s true, but there are other problems too.
Most HDMI cables are manufactured to fit standard 1080p resolutions, which means they’re not going to work with a wireless device with a native resolution of 1280×720.
That means a wireless Roku will need to connect to an HDMI cable with an input resolution of 1920×1080, or 720×480.
That might sound like a lot of extra hardware, but it’s actually pretty easy to do.
If you want a wireless HDMI cable that can be plugged into an HDMI port and used with a Roku, just buy the right cable.
The best way to learn how to buy HDMI cables for your TV is to look at some of the best HDMI cables available, like this one from JVC that can also be used with Roku.
You can find an HDMI adapter or a Roku TV remote to match the Roku to your wireless TV.
If that doesn’t fit, you can buy a cable and mount it to the HDMI port, which will fit your Roku perfectly.
You’ll need to buy a second HDMI cable to connect the Roku directly to your TV.
The first cable is sold separately, but you can find a cheap HDMI cable for $19.99.
You can also buy a USB cable to plug your Roku into your computer or other devices.
You could also get a Roku USB stick for about $10.
You’re going to need a second set of HDMI cables to connect your Roku to a TV, so you might as well use one if you don’t have one.