The intriguing Sirius Stiletto 100 is packed with useful radio and digital audio features, and it's easy and fun to use. However, some consumers may find the Stiletto too bulky, and battery life isn't stellar.
The simple, wooden Stiletto laptop stand adds a touch of nature to your gadget-strewn desk.
Today, Sirius announced the launch of the Stiletto 2, the highly anticipated update to the Stiletto 100, a portable satellite radio that doubles as an MP3 player.
Sirius's first truly portable receiver looks like a winner, with its intuitive interface and a laundry list of features.
The Stiletto 100 is Sirius' first truly portable receiver. It packs tons of features, including: pause, replay, or recording of live Sirius content; MP3 and WMA playback; and built-in WiFi for streaming Sirius internet radio. While the device is bulky, its well-designed interface is a joy to use.
Zing CEO Tim Bucher shows off a radio that brings you Sirius, has MP3 storage and Wi-Fi and records content you like. But you have to be Sirius subscriber to get one. Zing was one of the companies showing off new technologies at DemoFall 2006 in San Diego on Sept. 26, 2006.
Sirius officially announces the Stiletto 100
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Sirius goes portable with the Wi-Fi-enabled Stiletto 100