The Imp Wi-Fi radio
Wi-Fi radio isn’t new, but the technology is still alien to many – even those who have a wireless network in the house. Which is a shame, as the music choice, in comparison to DAB, is so huge. Maybe The Imp can change things.
The Imp is an all-in-one internet radio and media player, compatable with all major streaming formats. New channel listings are uploaded free of charge every twenty-four hours, so the listing of stations is always current. And as long as your network is running, you can listen to any of 2.000+ stations without going near your PC. You can also access your PC’s music library and the BBC’s "Listen Again" content too – nice touch.
Available in white and silver, The Imp also features an integrated alarm clock and ‘line-out’ for connection to Hi-Fi systems and is available for around £150.
Other Wi-Fi radio:
Acoustic Energy Wi-Fi radio
Torian’s portable internet radio
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I got my acoustic wifi radio , the quality of sound is good and am impressed.
My girl friend wants one so that we can listen to two different stations simultaneously am planning to get the Magic Box Imp wi-fi radio, looks like it is yet to be launched, so am waiting to put my hands on it.