It’s our understanding of technology that separates us from the animals. In fact, it’s a vital part of what makes a man a man. Sure, we know women love gadgets, too. But stand mixers, vacuum cleaners and breast pumps don’t count.
Oh, sorry. We just finished watching an entire season of Mad Men and our long-dormant chauvinism reflex just kicked in. We’ll just have to reverse that with a few episodes of Private Practice and Damages. In fact, we may just watch every TV show ever created over the holidays thanks to our secret new gadget that means we’ll never have to buy another DVD again. (Well, non-porn DVDs, at least.)
It’s called Roku, and it’s going to be the greatest thing to happen to your TV since this. The tiny little digital player hooks up to your TV and streams video through your Internet connection without the need for a computer. Or a PhD.
Watch movies from Netflix. Catch your favorite TV shows on Hulu Plus. Listen to music on Pandora Internet Radio. Reminisce with slideshows of your favorite photos on Flickr. There are so many great channels (and more being added) through our Roku Player that we’re actually canceling our digital cable service. It’s super expensive, and now thanks to Roku, practically obsolete.
We were truly amazed at the quality of the high-definition video from Roku. Granted, we have a kick-ass Internet connection, which is important for optimum results. We’ve watched dozens of TV shows and movies since we hooked up our Roku and we’ve never had a single glitch or annoying “Buffering” message to interrupt our viewing pleasure.
There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee, too, so we challenge you to ditch your cable or satellite and see if you can live without it for a month. And with all that extra money, you can send us lavish gifts as a thank-you for all we do to make your lives better. We prefer cash, of course, but you can pay us in underwear and strippers, too.
Order Roku today before 11:00 a.m. Pacific and still get one in time for Christmas!
Players start at $59.99