network music streamer, Squeezebox Touch

Logitech Squeezebox Touch is a network music streamer. A Wi-Fi music player that comes in a brilliant full color 4.3” touchscreen and a highly functional remote control. The “Touch”, being a network music streamer connects to any 802.11 b/g wireless network or via wired Ethernet. A USB port is provided in it that can be used to attach a hard drive in cases where a connection to a network is unavailable, thus, giving one its utmost usability in music experience. With Logitech Squeezebox Touch, you can listen to an endless selection of Internet radio stations, online music services, and iTunes collection through existing home stereo. This Wi-Fi music player features Logitech SqueezeNetwork which is an online service that provides easy to access all the Internet radio stations and music services. The Squeezebox Touch has the ability to pass bit transparent digital audio at high resolutions including 24 bit / 88.2 kHz and 24 bit / 96 kHz.

The easy-to-read and bright 4.3-inch touch-screen is the key mode to find your tunes. A simple tap on the screen activates the finger-friendly interface that allows you to browse your favorite online services. Also, it allows browsing through artists, albums and playlists. This Wi-Fi music player can also be used through a remote control. The moment that the button on the remote is touched, the text grows bigger and the menu options enlarge making it more visible across the room. The Squeezebox software, for access to music on computer, requires merely a 256 MB RAM and 100 MB of available hard disk space. For Macintosh, it requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later, for Windows, 733 MHz Pentium running Windows 2000, XP or Vista and for Linux/BSD/Solaris and others, Perl 5.8.3 or later. A broadband internet connection is essential for Internet radio and music services.

Posted 2010-09-25 and updated on Sep 30, 2010 10:27pm by richard opinion

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