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Logitech ships Squeezebox Touch

updated 05:45 pm EDT, Thu April 8, 2010

Logitech Squeezebox Touch shipping, costs $300

Logitech's long-delayed Squeezebox Touch Wi-Fi home music server is now shipping, though the product page still shows the item as out of stock on Logitech's website. The device has a 4.3-inch touchscreen to help users interface, playing music from their iTunes or MP3 collections or control Internet radio services that include Pandora, Deezer, Rhapsody or Last.fm. Local AM/FM radio is also an option.

Like the Squeezebox Classic, the Touch has analog and digital outputs for headphones, external speakers or other audio-video components. The Touch has a USB port and SDHC memory card slots, letting users add up to 32GB of local content via the SD cards or plenty more using an external USB hard drive. Users can also sync their Squeezebox Touch with their Flickr accounts.

The Squeezebox Touch should be in stock soon, priced at $300.






by MacNN Staff

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  1. facebook_Kevin

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    Logitech just release an app for iPhone/iPad alrea

    Just release an iPod/pad app! Charge $50 for it if that makes your bottom line more comfortable.

    I control my Squeezebox with a $2 app on my iPhone/iPad and it's nice. But I wouldn't mind getting the full suite of tools and options the Logitech software provides.

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