Saturday, 6 April 2013

Logitech Squeezebox Touch & Logitech Squeezebox Radio

Back in June we offered you an initial heads up concerning the up and
coming Logitech Squeezebox Touch and now, a little over two months
later, Logitech have officially announced not only the Squeezebox Touch
but also another member of their Squeezebox family of Wi-Fi players, the
Squeezebox Radio.
First up is the Logitech Squeezebox Radio which, unlike the Squeezebox
Touch, comes sans touchscreen instead opting for a color LCD display
panel coming in at 2.4 which, once connected to your home network
thanks to its integrated 802.11g connectivity, will allow you to stream
music from your PC as well as stream internet radio stations as well as
listen to subscription based music services such as Napster, Pandora,
Rhapsody, Sirius, and Last.fm. It'll also happily allow you to hook up
with Facebook – should you want to push your music tastes to
friends, for example.
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