with a very unique product. It's called the Phoenix WiFi/IP radio. connects to the internet via 802.11b/g WiFi, and plays any audio that streams online in premium sound quality.
It's got some retro styling going on with its fully exposed speakers and rotary dial, but this is high-tech stuff people. Along with the specs above, the radio also includes an alarm clock, eight preset radio station buttons with a search mode, analog outputs, and Bluetooth support with Com One peripherals sold separately. The Phoenix also supports WMA, MP3, WAV, AIFF, and Real Audio formats, and includes a rechargeable battery so you don't have to keep swapping double-A's while you're on the go.
Phoenix really makes your heart flutter, the radio will run you $249. So far, no release date is known.
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