New Chumby One Internet Clock Radio Goes On Sale For $99.95

Posted: Nov 12 2009, 8:40am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:26pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


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Chumby Industries today released the new chumby one, a new Wi-Fi connected Internet clock radio.
The device joins the original chumby, now called the chumby classic introduced in 2006.

The new chumby one is based on technology similar to the original chumby device. New features for the chumby one include: ABS plastic casing rather than Italian leather, a battery option (using a standard rechargeable lithium ion battery), an FM radio tuner, and a volume knob.

Like the classic, the chumby one offers more than 1,500 applications in 30 different categories – ranging from music and podcasts, to news and entertainment gossip, to video clips and sports scores. Content is available from well-known media partners including: Pandora Radio, SHOUTcast, The Weather Channel, CBS, MTV Networks, and The New York Times. Users can monitor their social networks like Facebook and Twitter, view and share their photos from sites like Flickr and Photobucket, watch sports clips, play games, or choose from more than 200 different clock applications to display on the touchscreen device. In addition, the Linux computer powering this “clock radio” allows for a highly configurable alarm system and powerful customization options.

The chumby one is available to consumers in the U.S., U.K., Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal at the chumby store for the limited-time price of $99.95 through November (regular price $119.95). The chumby classic is available for $199.95.

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