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Crave giveaway of the week: Philips NP2900 Streamium Network Music Player

Enter to win the Philips NP2900, a great-sounding Wi-Fi radio with a unique color display that received high marks from CNET.

By September 25, 2009


Philips Streamium NP2500

The Philips NP2500 offers many of the features available on more-expensive digital audio streamers for less money and has an attractive color display, but it's hard to see from a distance and playback has some occasional hiccups.

By July 31, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 31, 2009

MSRP: $229.99


Philips Streamium NP2900

The Philips NP2900 is a great-sounding Wi-Fi radio with a unique color display, but it doesn't offer enough features to justify its price premium over competitors.

By June 2, 2009

4 stars Editors' rating June 2, 2009

MSRP: $329.99


Philips adds two new network audio products to its Streamium line

The NP2500 and NP2900 offer full color screens and Rhapsody support.

By December 16, 2008


Philips MCi5000 Streamium hi-fi: Because you hate iPhones

OMG! Amy Winehouse was just caught being sick in her shoe and wiping her nose on a puppy -- it wasn't even hers! Wait, this isn't the front page of London Lite. Ah that's right, Philips has a new Streamium hi-fi out. Phew!

By July 17, 2008


Philips Streamium SL300i

Philips's Streamium SL300i lets you enjoy your digital video, images, and audio in any room of the house.

May 21, 2008


Philips Streamium MC-i250

Despite some limitations, the Philips Streamium boombox is the best compact, all-in-one system capable of wirelessly streaming music from the Internet and networked PCs.

May 21, 2008


Philips Streamium SL400i

May 21, 2008


Logitech Squeezebox Radio: The next great Wi-Fi radio?

Logitech announces the Squeezebox Radio, which fits most of the functionality of the excellent Squeezebox Boom into a smaller package and for just $200.

By September 3, 2009


Philips taunts us once again with new Streamium systems

Philips has updated the Streamium series, but will we ever see them available in the US?

By January 6, 2008