Is there anyone unaware of Roku or Blu Ray. If you are one of them, do not worry, we have brought a complete guide for you to know about both Roku and Blu Ray, and Roku enabled Blu Ray.
In the article, we will discuss in detail about Roku enabled Blu Ray. So, if you had any queries about it, then this is the perfect article for you. Give this article a good read, and you will understand everything about the Roku enabled Blu Ray.
What is Blu Ray?
Blu Ray, in simple words, is the evolved form of a DVD that allows you to watch quality videos through a DVD player. The only difference between DVD and Blu Ray is that DVD can provide you movies in 480 SD, while on the other, Blu Ray can project movies in 1080 High-Definition quality.
What is Roku?
If you’re reading the article, then it is sure that you know about Roku perfectly. Roku is a small digital video streaming device that enables its users to convert their old TV into a digital TV and enjoy more 500000+ video content that does not let them get bored even if the watch it for a whole day.
Roku Enabled Blu Ray
There are many thoughts about the Roku enabled Blu Ray or the Roku Blu Ray combo. There is no such thing that provides you both Blu Ray device and Roku at the same point. Both are different, and there is no single device that owns both Roku and Blu Ray.
But, if you want to stream Roku while connecting it to Blu Ray, it may happen in the future. Roku is already an HD streamer and does not need Blu Ray; there are till now three types of Roku Devices. The first one is named as the Roku Box. The second one and the most common is the Roku Streaming Stick. The last one is the Roku TV. All three devices have different features, but the question is, which of these three devices is good to enable Blu Ray on Roku.
The answer to this question lies in the first Roku device- the Roku Box. It is the larger version of Roku devices, and unlike the Roku Stick that you can put as a flash drive, the Roku Box requires either an Ethernet of a Wi-Fi connection to connect. If the Roku allows, it will be possible to connect a Roku Box with Blu Ray device. Other then there are no traces of Roku enabled Blu Ray.
Concluding the fact, right now, it is hard to connect a Roku device to Blu Ray, but it is not impossible to do it. Though the officials have rejected any such combination, it is possible if you are good at engineering. Till then, you just need to enjoy both Blu Ray and Roku separately. If you have any questions, then let us know in the comment section.