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Revo releases Blik Wi-Fi radio

updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue November 20, 2007

Revo Blik Wi-Fi radio

British radio maker Revo has released a new device, the Blik. Though able to function as a normal FM radio or alarm clock, the Blik's key advantage is its Wi-Fi, which has listings for over 6,000 continually-updated Internet stations, as well as various "listen again" services such as those operated by the BBC. Should Internet options not be appealing, users can stream MP3 and WMA audio from their Mac or PC, or plug in an iPod for more direct playback. The Blik is selling in the UK for 100 ($205).



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  1. MhzDoesMatter

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    been waiting for similar.

    More important than the wifi and streaming music (since I use my laptop, automator, and airtunes as alarm clock) would be bluetooth and syncing so that I'd never had to set the clock again after an outage and so iCal alarms would automatically sync to the radio. Granted wifi streaming is a bit cooler than a lazy man's clock radio, but both of them together would have been a nice mix, tho probably even more expensive.

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