We've got Philips's new Wi-Fi-enabled, hard disk-based streaming audio solution for the home -- the WACS7500 -- and we've been putting it through its paces
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We go hands-on crazy with the Philips WAC3500D. It's a budget media streamer and hard disk-based music server, and it's got loads of love for Wi-Fi, too. Not bad for just over £200
The stylish Philips Streamium WACS700/37 can stream digital music throughout your home without a PC, but considering its high price, it's hard to overlook some basic feature and performance shortfalls.
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