This digital radio basically just uses the iPod as one giant battery. You even have to have the iPod playing music to itself just to keep the iDAB functioning.
Intempo's new iDAB accessory for iPods brings digital radio to the world's most popular radio-less music player. It costs £60 and, frankly, we don't have much love for it
If you're craving your favourite Net radio stations when you're out and about, Intempo may have the solution: a Wi-Fi-enabled Net radio that fits in your trousers
Intempo's RDi iPod speaker system blends a set of speakers for your iPod with the functionality of a DAB radio. Could this beat PURE's best efforts to snag this market for themselves?
Intempo's new GX01 is an affordable kitchen-ready Net radio system that'll also stream music wireless from your PC. At £129 it's asking a fair price, but is it any good?
In May 2009, you'll be able to hear rock and talk stations alike through the goodness of digital radio — across Australia.
This electrified Nano speaker dock looks horrid.
Put those pink gadgets back on the shelf. We don't want 'em. But, since you asked, here are a few ideas. We're making it easy for you this Valentine's Day.
You'll be able to use the new radio--code-named "Daisy"--with about 6,000 Internet radio stations, or with Real or Windows Media audio streams. But you'll have to connect to a hot spot first.
Intempo's new GX01 is for DAB newbies.