Review: Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock With Built-In WiFi
14 October 2008
Excerpt: You might easily be fooled by the Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock’s dowdy, low-tech design. It’s easy to dismiss as one of those cheap, gray market knockoffs usually found on drug store appliance shelves. But the beauty of this feature-laden radio lives beneath its skin.
Pros: Full-featured clock radio adds powerful WiFi- or ethernet-connected internet radio as well as connections to PC music, MP3 player libraries and USB memory drives. Access to all features controlled by well-designed remote and a well-lit 4-line LED display panel.
Cons: Tiny 2-watt speakers with narrow range sound crappy. While remote makes scrolling through menus easy, the trolling through the more than 11,000 internet stations can be tedious after a while.