Wireless, sounds more like it!

Delft (The Netherlands), (PresseBox) - Internet Radio is a handy product for people who have access to Wi-Fi or wired internet connection and who like to listen to internet radio stations in digital quality. Have you ever listened to a great radio station on holidays? There's a good chance you will also be able to receive it on the internet. Adding channels is simple; no knowledge of computers is required.

Sweex Internet radios receive more than 11,000 internet radio stations and 9000 podcasts sorted by location/country, name and genre. The only thing you need is access to a wireless network with internet connection in order to allow the radio to function faultlessly. Sweex internet radios also play downloaded MP3 and WMA directly from your pc. The internet radios are also provided with FM reception with RDS and a 3.5 mm jack plug connection for stereo headphones.

Sweex is launching 3 different models.

The Sweex Wi-Fi Internet Radio Stereo (MM200) is a handy Stereo Radio ideal for the kitchen, garden or the nursery for example.

The Sweex Wi-Fi Internet Radio Alarm Clock (MM210) is a radio alarm clock that wakes you up every morning with your favourite national or international radio station or podcast.

The Sweex Wi-Fi Internet Radio (MM220) is stylish and gives a beautiful acoustic sound thanks to the retro wooden case and the powerful 5 W RMS speaker.

Sweex Europe BV

Sweex Europe BV (sweex.com) is a manufacturer of computer-related products and consumer electronics and a mature player in the European market. By focusing on the possible applications, the Sweex product range focuses on benefits for the user rather than the technology and offers a wide range of affordable quality-driven products with excellent margin opportunities, proper support and clear warranty conditions. Sweex employees serve customers throughout 45 European countries from its head office in Delft (the Netherlands) and a growing number of local offices.

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