Let’s be honest, these are pretty functional items, so unique selling points are few and far between. However, the TuneCast 3 does offer a colour OLED screen and easy searching of spare channels, which are then stored to memory. It can also stream from an device with a 3.5mm headphone jack, broadcasting to the nearest FM radio, whether that’s in your car or not.
Batteries offer 20 hours of playback or you can power from the cigarette lighter. Available in the US in November, the UK is likely to see it early 2008.