Wi-Fi radio set hits bargain price

Once it was the new-boy darling of the radio world, but suddenly DAB's starting to look ever so creaky. It's not fair really. Tethered to traditional

Once it was the new-boy darling of the radio world, but suddenly DAB's starting to look ever so creaky. It's not fair really. Tethered to traditional radio signals it can't possibly pick up thousands of stations from Tokyo to LA or Mumbai.Yes, we've seen the future already this year with several internet radio sets vying for our attention – and now this bargain Bush has set a new low price-wise.Stream and stream and stream until you're sickBudget it may be, but it'll still access 2500 stations and stream music from a PC. Naturally, you can also tune into streams from the BBC and most other UK stations. Being Wi-Fi enabled it doesn't have to be tethered to a LAN cable – in fact it looks and works just like an ordinary radio.Continued...

Continued...We'd have liked to have seen a few more than the 10 onboard presets but, given that limit, may we recommend the Greaseman on Washington's WMET for your number one slot. Listen in for a lesson in how to really do radio. Eat your heart out, Moyles. Essentials

Bush TR2015WIFI Price: £120 On sale: Now Contact: Alba plc Related links: The Greaseman Show on WMETReciva Internet RadioRelated stories: Currys tunes into Chinese net radio (and Canadian, and Croatian, and Chilean…)Personalised Beeb radio wants to get to know youMagic Imp unleashes web radio