Gadgets and gizmos.
GENUS TYPE-R, pounds 150
As of summer 2006, 3.2 million DAB radios have been sold. How many of
them are as attractive as the Type-R? None, that's how many. Check out the
red, touch-sensitive display, the walnut and leather finish and the retro [Latin, Back; backward; behind.] A prefix used to designate a prior condition or time.
styling. It's a dream. And it should sound good, too, with bass-enhancing
technology to get the most out of its 2w stereo speakers. Plus, there's a
line-in and an optional rehargeable battery. Genus will sell 3.2million of
these alone. Mark our words...
VENZERO MINIONE, FROM pounds 80
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POWERTRAVELLER K3000 SOUNDTRAVELLER, pounds 45
Physics says very small speakers can't move enough air to sound big and bassy. But it hasn't reckoned with Powertraveller's lever electronics that make the tiny aluminium and silicon-clad Soundtravellers rock like speakers twice their size. Don't be fooled by the iPod dock either - there's a 3.5mm auz input so any music player can get a piece of the action. www.powertraveller.com tuffmagazine.co.uk
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LOGITECH WIRELESS DJ, pounds 180
Streaming is nothing to do with Oxbridge types punting new boys down the river. It eans shifting files around wirelessly - in this case MP3s from your PC to your hi-fi. A transmitter plugs into your computer's USB port A USB socket on a computer or peripheral device into which a USB cable is plugged. See USB. , where it pairs with iTunes or Media Player and the receiver hooks up to your stereo's line input. www.logitech.co.uk