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Product Review: Ira Wi-Fi Internet Radio is cool, but too pricey

I recently reviewed the Ira Wi-Fi Internet Radio. Using your home's wireless connection, it taps into more than 11,000 Internet radio stations from around the world and an endless list of podcasts. It's a basic design, but you can discover some pretty interesting things. The big downside for me is that if I'm listening to a station and I like the song, there's nothing that tells me details on what is playing now.

Another downer... it's $149.99. That's pricey for something that taps into *free* radio stations and podcasts. Plus it's not very portable considering you have to plug it in the wall (doesn't work with batteries) and it doesn't come with speakers.

See what I mean in the video below...


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