Leslie, thanks for the great article “Internet Radios Are Stocking Stuffers” (Dec. 1).
I wanted to bring to your attention a new line of Internet radios manufactured by a company called Aluratek (I am not associated with the company).
I became an “at-home” dad after the radio agency I was working for closed, and became tired of having to turn on the computer to listen to various streaming entities such as CBC, WJR, WKSU, etc.
I discovered this Aluratek Internet Clock radio, model AIRMM02F. J&R Music in New York City had it on sale for $77. I couldn’t be happier. Great sound, remote, Ethernet connection (though I use Wi-Fi), USB jack for MP3s, vTuner (which makes programming my radio very easy), FM, etc. Check it out; they have another model available too, and both list for about $100.