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Torian InFusion emerges from the vapor

updated 10:45 am EST, Tue January 23, 2007

Torian InFusion MP3 player

Originally shown off at CES 2005, Australian outfit Torian has finally launched the InFusion, an MP3 player focused on its radio abilities. Aside from having an FM tuner, the InFusion is also ready to play thousands of Internet streams, so long as it has access to a local 802.11b hotspot. Up to 16 presets can be configured for easier browsing. If live listening isn't an option, the player can also be set to a time-shifted recording mode. Files are stored on SD/MMC cards sized up to 4GB. Supported playback formats include AAC, MP3, OGG, and RealAudio. It should be noted, however, that the InFusion has a relatively low battery life, playing eight hours of MP3s, or just five hours of Internet radio. The product is on sale now for $229. [Via Chip Chick]



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