While the world of Internet radio is moving more and more toward the mainstream, it is still far more common to find AM or FM being broadcast inside a home or office. While analog radio can’t come close to matching the variety and scope of the free radio stations available for streaming over the Internet, consumers are still accustomed to turning a dial to pick up music, news, sports, and talk.
Myine Electronics is looking to change that. Their Ira Wireless Internet Radio is designed to pick up Internet radio as opposed to analog radio. For consumers who are hesitant to adapt to new technology to listen to music, the Ira Wireless Internet Radio makes the transition as smooth and painless as possible. Myine Electronics has worked hard to keep the radio as easy to use as possible; this means that you won’t find it to be overloaded with features that you’ll never use.
One of the most notable features of this wireless radio is that you are no longer required to use a computer to find the online radio stations that interest you. The initial setup is very simple––the company says that it only takes three minutes to set it up once you take it out of the box. It can be hooked up to your existing home sound system and has a small footprint: 6″ by 3″ by 2″.