And it’s simple to use too – plug the mini iDAB device into the base of your iPod or dock it in your iPod speakers for DAB at home or in the office. Play, search and scrolling for stations are all controlled by the side buttons on the device and the four line LCD screen displays information such as radio station or song details. There’s even station presets – 10 in total.
The iDAB will be available in colours to match the latest range of iPods and will retail for £59.99.
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