The dinky Squeezebox Radio (£160) is a solid-looking plug-and-play unit that channels internet radio and streamed music over your Wi-Fi connection, either from online music services or your networked library.
It'll also connect to Facebook, has an auxiliary jack for your iPod and fits on your bedside table.
Its superior-sounding sibling, the Squeezebox Touch – out next month for £260 – packs some audio rendering wizardry to make the most of your music.
As the name suggests, it has a 4.3-inch touchscreen and all the wireless nous of its little brother, plus USB and SD card support and an ethernet socket.
Watch this space for reviews very soon, but in the meantime check out our wireless music Top 10.