Streaming Devices

Borrow a Roku!

What is Roku? Roku is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV turning your tv into a “smart TV.” Roku will allow you to stream popular television shows and movies through the library’s Netflix subscription and Vudu account, as well as provide access to other free channels, such as TED, PBS, PBS KIDS, Crackle, Youtube, and more.

To use the Roku you must have Wi-Fi and have a HDMI input on your television. The Roku kit will provide you with the rest. Just plug the Roku to your TV, connect it to your Wi-Fi and start watching!

Borrow a Chromecast!

What is ChromecastChromecast is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use your mobile device and the TV you already own to stream your favorite TV shows, movies, music, sports, games, HOOPLA and more. Chromecast works with iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, Mac and Windows laptop, and Chromebook.

To use Chromecast you must have Wi-Fi and a HDMI input on your television. Plug the Chromecast into your TV, connect it to your Wi-Fi and “cast” your digital content to your TV, including free movies and television from HOOPLA! 

 

Both Roku and Chromecast must be picked up and dropped off at the West Tisbury library. Please do not place device into the drop box. Streaming devices are on loan for 2 weeks.