Tune in to Freecom’s Internet radio

Forget DAB, internet radios are the future and if Freecom's latest effort is anything to go by, they're getting a lot sexier – and smaller.At a

Forget DAB, internet radios are the future and if Freecom's latest effort is anything to go by, they're getting a lot sexier – and smaller.At a slender 8cm deep and 26.5cm long, it's well inside kitchen sink or bath side territory. And as it packs Wi-Fi there's no need for a trailing LAN cable.Sadly it's not battery operated so no lazing in the park bathed in a Wi-Fi hotspot – not that we'll be doing much of that if this weather continues.When you grow tired of the 5,000 or so stations, you can always switch to your own tunes or podcasts, piped wirelessly from your PC or Mac. It’s MP3 or WAV only though, so you can forget iTunes or WMA.It arrives next month but eager beavers can pre-order now directly from Freecom.Essentials Freecom MusicPal Price: €130 On sale: August Contact: Freecom Related stories: Wi-Fi radio set hits bargain price Imping about with internet radio Live from Best of Stuff: hands on with AE's Wi-fi radio