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 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)