iFusion Is Portable Internet Radio

iFusion Is Portable Internet Radio
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A new portable Internet radio is getting some attention.
NAB’s Radio TechCheck recently noted the release to consumers of the iFusion Wi-Fi Internet radio, retailing for $229. “This is one of only a very few Wi-Fi Internet radios on the market … and the first portable one,” TechCheck stated.
The iFusion is made by Torian Wireless Ltd. in Australia. It takes its signals from a Wi-Fi network so it does not need to be connected to a computer. The radio includes an FM analog radio receiver and functions as an MP3 player and storage. The iFusion is based on the Torian Internet Radio Module, which will be shown at CES next month.
The company takes orders through its Web site and cites a three-week delivery turnaround.


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