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Revo Pico Internet Radio: Wireless and Cordless

by Paul Strauss

Revo’s Pico Wi-Fi radio lets you listen to thousands of Internet radio stations for free. But the really cool thing about it is that it’s completely portable.

Revo Pico Wi-Fi Radio

The Pico Wi-Fi not only hooks up to your Internet connection wirelessly, it’s got a built-in rechargeable battery. That means you can take it pretty much anywhere within range of your Wi-Fi access point and enjoy all of those ‘net radio stations without any cords attached. One nice feature is integration with Reciva which automatically downloads a list of the latest stations to the device so you’re always up-to-date.

The Pico can also stream MP3, WMA and Real Media files from your networked PC or Mac. If you’d rather go “old school,” it’s even got an FM tuner so you can listen to analog radio stations too. The Pico Wi-Fi Radio is available from Revo UK for £149.95 (appx. $304 USD.)

[via Chip Chick]

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Comments (1):

  1. Detox John says:

    Internet Radios are cool. i listen to them most of the time aside from watching videos on youtube. i am also trying to learn how to put my own personal internet radio.

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