Building your own internet radio is now become possible with the help of this Microchip Internet Radio Board. The board itself comes pre programmed and ready to play out of the box. It features MPEG audio codecs, an RJ45 port, push button switches and an OLED for all your station, track and other display needs. Now you’ll be able to listen to your favorite radio programs without having to be inside the reception range for your local radio station, ain’t that cool! The Microchip Internet Radio Board retails for Â£71.51. [EMCelettronica]
PICO Wi-Fi links to any broadband Wi-Fi connection to stream internet radio broadcasts. It also accesses “Listen Again” services such as those operated by the BBC. PICO Wi-Fi is capable of accessing thousands of internet radio stations from all over the world, whether listening to samba from Brazil’s Radio Caraibas, New Orleans Jazz from WWOZ or even live baseball from New York on WFAN 660. Additionally, PICO Wi-Fi allows you to play music files stored on any Wi-Fi enabled PC or Apple Mac in your home and listen to them through high quality portable loudspeaker system. For me, nothing beats the communal experience shared with other listeners around the globe. It’s available for preorder now, priced at Â£169.95 ($318). [Revo]
Sagem has announced their latest product, the mydu@l radio700 Wi-Fi enabled Internet radio and clock. The unit features access to around 7000 radio stations, favourite lists, plus FM radio with RDS, streaming access to music stored on a PC or connected USB key, connection via either WI-Fi or Ethernet, digital alarm clock with sleep and snooze functions, and remote control unit. [Sagem]
Digitimes has great news for all those radio lovers out there. The Asustek (AIR) Internet radio, which supports WI-FI B/G as well as LAN connections. It can quickly detect any WI-FI network and once it is connected can access over 10,000 stations worldwide with the click of the remote!
SIRIUS Satellite Radio just released the latest addition to its popular Sportster series today. This next generation Sirius Sportster4 Plug & Play Radio is a state of the art satellite radio with a form factor 40% smaller than its siblings. It is equipped with a very user friendly interface and weighs only about 4.2 ounces. It comes preloaded with 30 presets, parental control options, a clock with 7 times zone options, an auto shutdown mechanism and a sleep timer. What’s cool is that it can replay up to 40 minutes of live footage, and with one click of a button you can get radio alerts about the local traffic and weather conditions.
Accessories packed with the Sportster4 include a receiver, remote control, vehicle docking station, suction cup and vent clip mounting options. Available this month for $169.99.
From SIRIUS via Mobile Whack.
Altec Lansing has just released their XM3120 for XM Satelite Radio’s Delphi Roady and Audiovox speakers. The XM3120 features a 20-foot antenna for excellent reception. All you would need to do is Delphi Roady or Audiovox Xpress satellite radio receivers in the slot on top of the speakers. They are now available for $99.99. Via New Launches.