The concept is simple; a radio that uses a WiFi connection to tune in to more than 5,000 Internet radio stations from all over the world. No computer required.
A small number of manufacturers have been producing WiFi radios for a couple of years, but $300 was more than most people were willing to pay. Now, new offerings like the Freecom MusicPal, $140 and the Logik IR 100, $50 from Currys, have broken the price barrier. It just might be time to tune in to Jazz from Venezuela or news from France.
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