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FCC uncovers Squeezebox Radio

updated 12:30 pm EDT, Fri August 21, 2009

Squeezebox Radio at FCC

The FCC today spoiled Logitech's plans for a quiet introduction through a filing for tests on a new device, the Squeezebox Radio. The hardware is portrayed as a self-contained media hub with 2.1-channel speakers that would both stream most any Internet radio station as well as perform the usual Squeezebox functions of sharing content from computers on the local network. Most details are unknown outside of the existence of a moderately-sized 2.4-inch LCD, Ethernet and Wi-Fi.

No clues are given as to when the Squeezebox Radio would ship or what formats it will support, though passing through FCC testing usually means a piece of electronics will be ready within a few months at most. [via Engadget]

by MacNN Staff



  1. cosmotic

    Joined: Dec 1969



    This sounds EXACTLY like the squeezebox boom, which is already available.

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