Terratec's Noxon 2 – access net radio through your home network

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I read somewhere earlier this week that wireless net access is now classed as "mass market" as opposed to an add-on for a select few. So a device like Terratec’s Noxon 2 should have a ready-made audience, especially amongst the music lovers out there.

The Noxon 2 audio accesses your network to tune into over 2500 internet radio stations from countries all around the world, or it can access your entire MP3 archive from your computer (including tracks with DRM protection). Admittedly, browsing so many radio stations could take up half your day, but luckily you can browse by either country, genre or station name. There’s also a USB slot of you want to add music from MP3 players, memory sticks or other external devices.

Operating is simple, using the integrated keypad, whilst the high contrast display gives you all the information about your music. It’s available later this month, retailing for around £150.

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Dave Walker