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Apple iPod Radio Remote

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Overall 10

Apple iPod Radio Remote

PC Magazine
3 August 2006
  • Conclusion: Apple seems unlikely to ever build an FM tuner into the iPod, so this is the next best thing.
  • Pros: Compact. Good reception. Easy to use.
  • Cons: Doesn't come in black.
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Overall 7

iPod Radio Remote

PC Advisor
22 August 2006
  • Summary: Apple's iPods are undisputed kings among portable digital music players. So popular are they that a market has sprung up supplying add-ons and adaptors.
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Overall 7

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
19 August 2006
  • Summary: It’s not perfect, but the small, compact and easy to use iPod Radio Remote is a handy accessory. The ability to connect two headphone jacks while listening is an excellent feature as well.
  • Pros: Extra pair of headphones included, Small and compact, Very easy to use, Allows dual headphone listening
  • Cons: Only works with nano and Video iPods, Needs a software update to work, No way to quickly find a favourite
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Expert Review

3 June 2006
  • Conclusion: The iPod Radio Remote works well and is stylistically a great match for . But iPod naysayers do have a point when they say AU$79 is a high price to pay for an accessory that adds functionality to the iPod that many of its competitors are already bundled with.
  • Pros: LCD screen on the remote would have been nice, Not available in black, Uses iPod’s battery for power, Only compatible with 5th gen iPods and Nanos
  • Cons: Good radio receiver, Visually appealing interface, User-friendly, Allows you to plug in two headphones into the iPod – great for sharing
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Expert Review

4 December 2006
  • Excerpt: : il mercato si saturò, aumentò la concorrenza e alla fine, a colpi di marketing, tutti aggiunsero la radio ai riproduttori a cassette. Sony divenne una come gli altri e il suo prodotto straordinario, che non aveva più niente di particolarmente diverso gli altri, divenne caro e di nicchia, perdendo quote di mercato e popolarità.
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