Australian company Torian was demonstrating a new portable radio at CES 2006 which they say will let you listen to any web-enabled radio station without the need for a computer. Their InFusion Internet radio device is slated for release sometime in the early part of this year.
The InFusion comes in a compact and stylish design, said Torian, which is around the size of a business card. It wirelessly connects to local hotspots so that users can choose from stations of choice selected via an on screen menu system based on country, city and station. Other features of the InFusion will include the ability to support subscription based Internet radio content, a timer recording function to record programming for later playback, the ability to add bookmarks of favorite audio streams to the menu system, 16 presets, a rechargeable battery and support for MP3 and WMA music files in a MP3 player capacity.
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