Okay - because I am a rebel I am going to come up with four
1 - My Computer, more specifically by BigMac computer. Gone are the days of window crashes, crunching virus scans, malware, trojans, idiotic questions and eternal slowness. I love my Mac. I handle my banking with ease, I pay my bills efficiently, i can browse and window shop in places I wouldn't be welcomed into, I can read up on pasing interests and intrigues, I can purchase my wanted items and very nice men visit my door with a jolly smile and cheery hello. I can write to peeps, some of them even write to me! I watch tv progs, listen to music or books and in general have an enhanced life thanks to the connectivity of the cyber world.
2 - My Microwave - it does stuff for me at a working level I can reach. The greater majority of my cooking is done on the stove top and micro, it is not possible for me to bend down and lift things in and out the over any more. Yes it does limit my menu and if I had a little more space I would likely upgrade to a combi micro, but like tonight it wil defrost and heat my home made bolognese. Tomorrow it will zap my veggies to a warm crunch and on Monday it might take the chill off the sausage roll.
3 - Battery Office - Ii have three battery operated toys I like playing with [ohey Spicey/Murphy I see you snickering] these are a pencil sharpener, a stapler and a hole punch. Without contorting myself and almost doing myself a mischief trying to unsuccessfully make a better than half arsed attempt at a job, I slide the item in, there is a brief whur and whizz and presto a neat professional job has been done.
4 - TV Remote - If it were not for these things I would be eternally watching the same channel as i couldn't be bothered to keep getting up to change the channel. LOL, can you remember what that was like? Kids and people who should still be child age look agog when you say "I can remember having to turn the tuning dial on the black and white tv to pick up oe of the four channels available, if they were broadcasting at that time"
There was a funny cartoon on Facebook this week, where Star Trek's Spock and co returned to 2014 and an Earthling standing there with his smart phone looks at them and remarks "Is that all yours does!"