This is the very pretty, but very expensive Arcam T32 Hi-Fi DAB tuner. As you'd expect from Arcam, it's a top-end bit of kit, with a top-end price tag to match. Although it's essentially just a radio, it also comes with a high-end iPod interface.
It's got a DAB tuner, with band III and L-band reception, it's DAB+ compatible, and there's also an AM/FM tuner onboard, too, if for some reason you decide that DAB is too nice-sounding. Lastly, the iPod interface is viewable from the front of the display, so you can scroll through artists and tracks on the LCD screen of the device.
It's yours for £500. That's not cheap, but this isn't a cheapy-made bit of kid. Full details are on the Arcam site.
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CES isn't just about the top products and big companies. It's about the quirky stuff - the gadgets that make you chuckle, or make your jaw drop in stunned disbelief. The products that make you go 'aww....'. And the crazy dancing Bill Gates lookalikes in grimy rawk dives. With that in mind, here's ten products and/or sights that'll stick in our minds.
We're back in the UK, with fuzzy heads, bulging post counts, and emptied bank accounts. Last week at CES was a blast, with more cool products than you can shake a stick at. Not that this has stopped us stick-shaking in order to weed out the 50 best products we saw at CES 2008. Read on for the full list, with links to our stories.
Things are slowing down a tad at CES today, possibly because half the attendees are lurking outside the Sands hall trying to cop an eyeful of porn stars (the AVN adult industry conference is taking place next door). But we've still been rooting around for cool products, as well as checking out Wyclef Jean at the Billboard Digital Music Live summit.
I thought you'd appreciate this video clip of Wyclef Jean being interviewed at today's Billboard Digital Music Live event at CES. It's his answer to a question about how he sees the future of hip-hop, but he rambles spectacularly off the point (with entertaining results). Marvellous.
I'm still at the Billboard Digital Music Live summit, and we're ready for the main event now. Keynote speaker in the afternoon is Wyclef Jean, the multi-million selling ex-Fugee who's collaborated with stellar acts like Shakira, Destiny's Child and, er, Brian Harvey.
He's due to announce a big new digital music deal, and give his views on the industry. Read on for the liveblog as it happens – and pray his lips don't lie...
One of the events happening within CES is the Billboard Digital Music Live summit, which sees a bunch of music industry executives getting together to chew the fat about digital music: opportunities, threats, ways to screw Steve Jobs over. You know the kind of thing.
First speaker in the afternoon is music industry legend Don Was, who's an artist and producer, and also active in the digital area, looking at advertising-funded music on his own site, My Damn Channel, giving away MP3s supported by advertising.
I've already raved about the Guitar Hero Air Guitar Rocker - it's a $29.99 gadget that lets you play air guitar to a bunch of top rawk tracks, cranking out the riffs as you wave its guitar pick in front of the special belt buckle.
Sadly, Tech Digest's battery correspondent isn't at CES this year, so it's fallen to me to ferret out the latest in AA energy technology. It's called NoPoPo, which stands for Non Pollution Power. Japanese firm Aqua Power System is behind it.
Hey everyone. I'm back today with another EXCLUSIVE look at the sort of products you definitely won't see at CES 2008. Not because they're too secret, but because they're old. And already in my house. And quite dirty. And in some cases broken through years of neglect and actually dangerous.