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Price Reduced on Philips NP2500/37 WiFi Internet Radio

Sep 20 2010, 10:51am CDT | by , in Shopping | Hot Gadgets

Price Reduced on Philips NP2500/37 WiFi Internet Radio
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Buy Philips NP2500/37 WiFi Internet Radio from Amazon Cyber Monday and Black Friday Now

The Philips NP2500/37 is available at Amazon for $99.00.

It would be great if you could have all the radio listening pleasure you could imagine at your fingertips. Well with the Philips NP 2500/37 you get radio from all over the world on this incredible little device. It lets you listen to music the way you want to listen to it. It gives you so many options for listening pleasure you will love every minute of your new radio.

Free Music who does not want that. You can enjoy your music from PC and Internet, wirelessly with the Philips NP2500/37 WiFi Internet Radio. Connecting to both your PC and audio system, the Philips Streamium network music player NP2500 gives you wireless access to your PC music library and thousands of internet radio stations around the world. All with superb FullSound quality. It does come with a 30-day free trial of Rhapsody, so you can enjoy full-length songs on the network music player. It has GoGear's easy and intuitive user interface that is powered by an advanced navigation technology. It helps you to have a more enjoyable multimedia experience. It features a large screen and remote control so you can navigate through your entire music collection with ease. This would be such a great gift for the music lover in your life. Buy one today while the price is so low.

The Philips NP2500/37 is available at Amazon for $99.00.

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