Logitech Squeezebox Makes Internet Radio Stylish and Portable

Logitech Squeezebox Makes Internet Radio Stylish and Portable

Sonia Zjawinski
Sep 9, 2009

We're huge fans of Pandora, and any way to get Pandora off our tiny computer speakers and blasting through something more substantial is a good thing. Logitech, yup the company known for their keyboards and mice, has come out with a streaming music boom box – the Logitech Squeezebox Radio and Logitech Squeezebox Touch...

The Squeezebox Radio brings your personal music collection, free Internet radio stations and subscription services, such as Rhapsody, Pandora and Napster, to one place using your wireless network. Album art, track info, etc. shows up on the small color screen on the front. Rechargeable batteries let you bring this outside for BBQs -- mayjah plus!

The best part: The radio actually look fresh. Plus, via the App Gallery you can share what you're listening to via Facebook and stream images from your Flickr account on the color screen.

Check out this video for more info on how this, along with the Squeezebox Touch (which connects directly to your stereo) work.

The Radio will be available by the end of the month for $199.

via Device Magazine

(Images: Logitech's Creative Commons Flickr)

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