Reviews and Problems with Logitech Squeezebox Radio
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Logitech Squeezebox Radio
31 December 2009
Conclusion: The Squeezebox platform was created by a company called Slim Devices which was later acquired by Logitech. Thankfully Logitech did not try and “reinvent the wheel” and kept many of the developers and built up the platform based on its strengths. The Squeezebox Radio is the next step in the evolution of their network music player.
Pros: Simple to setup, Sharp Color display, Numerous online music services, Large selection of Internet radio options, Compact and portable
Cons: Mono, Lack of included remote, Does not include rechargeable batteries, Uses 802.11G for wireless
Excerpt: WIN A LOGITECH SQUEEZEBOX + FREE QUEEN ALBUM! We're huge fans of the liberating qualities of internet radio – there's something wonderfully appealing about indulging in, say, Jamaican reggae being broadcast live by a real Jamaican radio station.
Pros: Chord Company iChord, Excellent usability and spec, flexible design, affordable, sounds good, too
Cons: Chord Company iChord, It', s internet-only, unlike the Pure Evoke Flow
Conclusion: Logitech, som har serien Squeezebox, har fået mange roser med på vejen for deres produkter i denne serie. Nu er der så kommet endnu en til samlingen og det er en af de mindre, men stor indvendig. Designet er lækkert, form og farve, som gør at den kan placeres overalt, uden at være for fremtrædende, med mindre man vælger den røde model. Den er proppet med gode funktioner og via.