In the 1950's, there were just three: CBS, ABC, and NBC (four if you count DuMont, but nobody counted DuMont, which is why there is no more DuMont). These days, channel count is a clusterfudge with the addition of premiums, Netflix, Amazon Instant, Pandora, etc. Enter the Roku 3: a tiny, wireless black box that hooks up to your TV, taking over 1,000+ channels of content (including music, sports, and news) and placing them neatly on one screen. You can also cross-platform search by content, instantly determining if Netflix or Hulu Plus has the latest season of Scandal, err... Louie. Also, the remote sports a built-in headphone jack (so you don't piss off your roommates off during binges of Pretty Little Liars, err... Bob's Burgers?) -- and it's got motion-sense tech for next-level gameplay that's controllable via a "flick of your wrist".