Thursday, 18 March 2010

Logitech Squeezebox Touch Delayed Logitech's WiFi Music Player Delayed Past Christmas

Logitech's upcoming Squeezebox WiFi radio has been delayed until
February – completely missing the holiday season. The Squeezebox
Touch will come with an ample 4.3-inch touchscreen and a ton of music
streamingย options.
Logitech, the Swiss peripheral maker, may be better known for their mic
e and webcams than their WiFi radios. The Squeezebox Touch was set to go
on sale this month, but Logitech PRย unfortunatelyย released a statement
saying that the release of the Squeezebox Touch has been delayed until
February 2010.
The Squeezebox Touch was set to have ha roomy 4.3 touchscreen, and
outputs that connect the Touch to your home stereo. The device would of
featured 802.11g WiFi, and would of been able to stream music from
iTunes, Pandora, Sirius-XM Satellite Radio, and other internet streams.
The Touch was even supposed to play music directly off of a USB or SD
card plugged directly into it. The Squeezebox Touch will cost you $300
and will be released next year.

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