XM Satellite Radio Announces New XpressRC Radio

Posted: Aug 13 2007, 10:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:19am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
XM Satellite Radio Announces new XpressRC Radio
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XM satellite Radio introduced a new radio today that has some cool features. The radio is called the XpressRC and has advanced browsing capabilities that allow you to view a real time programming guide on the screen.

The full-color split screen display is only one of the features that are interesting on the new radio. You get 60-minute pause and replay with the ability to save up to ten of your favorite songs for playback later.

The split screen mode of the display allows you to see information on the track you are currently listening to on the screen at the same time you browse content from other channels of the XM service. The XpressRC will be available this fall at a price of $169.99. Via XM Satellite Radio

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