Aireo MP3 Player With Built-in WiFi

Posted: Jan 17 2004, 7:33pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Aireo MP3 Player with built-in WiFi
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SoniqCast offers a 1.5GB MP3 Player with built-in Wireless Network Interface 802.11b.

The SoniqCast Aireo automatically and wirelessly moves music from a PC to the player, utilizing a wireless WiFi connection. This eliminates the manual download process and the use of wires required with other MP3 players. The SoniqSync software automates the music download process. In addition to moving content wirelessly from PC to player, Aireo’s internal FM transmitter allows the user to wirelessly transmit music from the player directly to a car or home stereo.

Retailing at $299.99 at Best Buy stores nationwide, Aireo comes with a carrying case, headphones, an AC power cord/charger, USB cable, installation guide, SoniqSync™ personal preferences play list manager, and owners manual.
The price is definitly to high. Yes its a great idea to have a WiFi interface instead of cables, but for $299 consumers can get a 15GB iPod instead of a measly 1.5GB. Could not find any measurements of the Aireo.

See Also:
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