Roberts expands range of Wi-Fi internet radios'Stream' radios offer DAB and internet radio
20 November 2009
Digital radio maker Roberts has announced four new DAB and FM radios in its Stream range. The new models give access to over 10,000 internet radio stations, according to the company.
The Stream 83i is a portable retro-styled radio, with a high-gloss piano black finish. Multiple alarms, sleep and snooze timers make is suitable for use as a bedside clock radio.
Other features include a 'listen again' functio,n and the ability to listen to podcasts and music files such as those in MP3, WMA and AAC formats.
An iPod or MP3 player can be connected via an auxiliary input socket, or audio can be played directly from compatible USB devices.
The Roberts Stream 83i is available now for around £150.
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Roberts StreamTime FM and internet radio
The Roberts StreamTime is an FM clock radio with RDS that also offers internet radio functions. There are ten station presets and dual alarms so you can set different wake-up times, such as weekday and weekend alarms.
It has a 'listen again' feature, and the StreamTime can stream music from a computer connected to your Wi-Fi wireless network.
The Roberts StreamTime is available now for around £120.
New Roberts DAB and Wi-Fi radios for 2010
Roberts has also unveiled a couple of new models that will be available in 2010.
According to Roberts, the Sound 63i will combine DAB and FM radio with a CD player and iPod dock.
Finished in glossy piano black the stereo Sound 63i will have a touch panel control system.
Similarly, the Roberts ColourStream DAB/FM/Wi-Fi radio also offers an iPod dock, but is controlled using a colour touchscreen that should make it easy to use.
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