Noxon digital radio adds iPod to the mix

A classic iPod box

SlashGear

OK, enough with the vintage stuff . The "Noxon 2" is about as modern as they come, in form and function alike, as well as having a name that sounds like a chemical.

This wireless Internet radio, which gets more than 10,000 stations, updates its predecessor by adding an iPod dock. And if you still can't find anything to listen to, SlashGear says you can also wirelessly stream audio from a computer or other devices.

But the real giveaway that this isn't a retro device? It's got that generic look that seems like practically every other iPod speaker-dock combo has adopted. Maybe those vintage radios don't look so bad after all.

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