Wireless Philips stereo for endless streaming

It plays back MP3s from practically all music sources ranging from USB storage devices and CDs to PCs and iPods.

Philips Electronics

Philips has released a wireless stereo system that's dedicated to all streaming, all the time.

The Streamium WAC3500D is a compact unit that plays back MP3s from practically all music sources, ranging from USB storage devices and CDs to PCs and iPods. The latter is possible through wired or Wi-Fi connections with an iPod dock that comes with it.

The system, which includes a power-efficient 80W digital amplifier and FM radio, also doubles as a music server with its onboard 80GB hard drive and convenient CD-ripping function. For hassle-free CD-to-MP3 conversion, song tagging is provided by Gracenote's album database. Pricing and availability of the WAC3500D is not available at press time.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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