Terratec strikes with internet radio

Internet radio may be a relatively new hot thang, but it looks like everyone’s getting in on the act. We’ve seen a fair few of late – the last on our

Internet radio may be a relatively new hot thang, but it looks like everyone’s getting in on the act. We’ve seen a fair few of late – the last on our books was the Imp - and now we’re checking out the less interestingly named Noxon 2 by Terratec.

If too much choice just gives you a headache, you’d best buy in some paracetamol: the Noxon 2 will stump up an admirable 2500 internet radio stations from all over the world in the blink of an eye.

You can browse stations by country, genre, or station name using the easily navigated keypad or the infrared remote.

If you like your world music you’ll have a never-ending field day – skipping from American punk rock to Indian Bollywood to Scandanavian electronica, you’re likely to forget your whereabouts.

And once you’re bored of that, you can use the Noxon 2 to access your MP3 collection from your computer – it’s compatible with MP3s, WMAs, DRM10 and iTunes.

It comes with WAP and a USB port and wherever you can access your broadband connection via WiFi or Ethernet, you can listen to internet radio.

The Noxon 2 Audio is PC and Mac friendly and will be available next month for £150. You can get your hands on one from EuroTech on 0870 458 4891 or at its site here.

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