Around six months after it launched the Noxon net radio, TerraTec has announced the Noxon 2, which adds iPod functionality and a little bit more to the mix.
That means it’s effectively a small stereo system, packed with all the tunes on your iPod, played back via the 2.1 speaker system and all those net radio stations – over 10,000 available via your home network. That same network allows you to stream audio from your computer to the Noxon 2, while a USB socket means you can hook up additional drives or players. There’s also iPod charging, podcast receiving, FM radio, remote control, line-out for connecting to a bigger system and software that makes it friendly to Windows, Mac and Linux systems.
Expect to see it towards the end of this month for around £249.99.
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