Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock connects to more than 11,000 stations

Summary:Aluratek is determined to bring FM radio back to the home entertainment center in the form of its new Internet Radio Alarm Clock with a little help from Wi-Fi.

Aluratek is determined to bring FM radio back to the home entertainment center in the form of its new Internet Radio Alarm Clock with a little help from Wi-Fi.

Also known by the code name AIRMM02F, Aluratek's Internet radio can stream content from over 11,000 radio stations from 150 nations worldwide - all over 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi or Ethernet. There's also a USB 2.0 port if you'd prefer to plug in your own MP3 player, perhaps for music or podcasts.

The AIRMM02F also sports a 3.5mm port for headphones and dual RCA plugs for connecting external speakers if the 2x2W stereo amplifier isn't doing it for you. Naturally, there is also a built-in FM radio tuner for local FM broadcast service.

Aluratek's Internet Radio Alarm Clock is selling now for $99. That's a one time fee as there are no monthly costs or subscription fees tied into this Internet Radio gadget.

Topics: Wi-Fi

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