There are lots of ways to get Internet streaming TV networks, such as Amazon Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, and Netflix. But the single, best way is with a Roku.
Obviously, there are plenty of alternatives vying for your attention – and your hard-earned money. You can buy a Smart TV . But I’ve yet to find a Smart TV to which I can give a confident thumbs-up in regards to features and functionality; besides, they’re expensive. You can also get cord-cutter TV with an Internet-enabled DVD player, such as the Sony BDP-S590 or a DVR like the TiVo Premiere, but you probably already have a perfectly good DVR and DVD-player. You could also consider an Apple TV or a WD TV Live Media Player. But if you are going to get just one device to watch Internet TV – and how many of us need more than that? – then a Roku is hard to beat.