Wi-Fi Net radio is idiot-friendly

As they say, even a caveman can do it.

Revo Technologies

Anytime a product is described as "idiot-proof" it gets our attention, providing that we're able to understand the big words. Throw in Wi-Fi and music, and it's a no-brainer. (We're beginning to sense a theme here.)

All three of these elements come into play with the Revo Pico Wi-Fi radio, another example of what we call the " Radio Free World " revolution. Claiming to be "the world's first portable Wi-Fi Internet radio," it automatically connects to wireless broadband networks and streams Net transmissions.

The radio has a rechargeable battery that lasts a purported 8 hours and is even splashproof in case you get the urge to samba without putting down the mojito. And it doesn't need any software, making it all the more idiot-friendly.

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