Network music players are becoming more and more common. This is because more and more people have wireless networks blanketing their homes, making it easier to access music stored on your computer anywhere in your home. Philips just launched a new pair of network music players, the NP2500 and the NP2900. They up the ante from their monochrome model, the NP1100.
The two new models both have color screens. The NP2500 now has an audio out jack, which includes coaxial digital audio. The NP2900 features built-in speakers.
Just like most network players, the Philips models work with internet radio, your PC's music library and other online music services like Rhapsody. There is no word yet on availability or price. You can learn more about the Streamium Philips product line over at their website.