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Radios

Midland ER310 Emergency Radio

Midland ER310 Emergency Radio
$60  Buy Comment

This gadget combines an AM/FM/weather radio, a 130-lumen flashlight, and a 2600 mAh battery for charging mobile devices. Its radio and flashlight can be recharged via handcrank or solar energy. It also has an ultrasonic whistle for alerting search and rescue teams.

ION Pathfinder Radio

ION Pathfinder Radio
$249  Buy Link Comment

A big honkin’ waterproof speaker. Perfect for tailgating or job sites, with up 100w of power, Bluetooth, AM/FM, and analog audio sources. Its battery can deliver 75 hours of sound per charge and can juice up gadgets. A telescoping handle and wheels make for easy transport.

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Eton Red Cross FRX3 Radio

Eton Red Cross FRX3 Radio
$47  Buy Comment

Electronics maker Eton teamed up with the American Red Cross to create radios designed to work in any situation. The FRX3 can be charged up with its hand crank or solar power, plays AM/FM and NOAA weather bands, and doubles as a flashlight and smartphone charger.

Revo SuperSystem

Revo SuperSystem
~$840  Buy Comment

The SuperSystem streams Internet radio stations and podcasts, plus the music in your PC. It also plays via Bluetooth, USB and 3.5mm input and is compatible with the UNDOK multi-system control app. It has two 40W 3.5″ drivers and a 40W subwoofer.

Win: Ruark R1 Tabletop Music System

Win: Ruark R1 Tabletop Music System

One lucky reader will win this awesome tabletop music system worth $300 from Ruark Audio USA. Made from walnut wood, it packs big sound in a small package, and plays tunes from FM Radio, Bluetooth or line inputs. (Ends 8/27/15).

Beechwood Radio Dock

Beechwood Radio Dock
$40  Buy Comment

If you have fond memories of playing with simple (or not so simple) wooden toys as a kid, then you’ll enjoy the nostalgic looks of this wood radio dock, with brass dock and cord keeper. Jamming out with your AM Gold never looked better.

Revo SuperConnect Radio

Revo SuperConnect Radio
~$400  Buy Comment

Connects to over 16,000 radio stations via Wi-Fi. It also has 3.5mm, RCA, and aux inputs, plus DLNA, Bluetooth and Spotify Connect. It’s made of walnut, aluminum and steel and has an OLED display and a 15W amplifier.

Crosley Ranchero

Crosley Ranchero
$199  Buy Comment

Hey cool cats, fire up your Elvis, Ray Charles and other 50s tunes in this sweet retro iPod dock by Crosley Radio. It also has an AM/FM radio function and an auxiliary input jack. $50 off at Fab til 2/6.

Lexon Titan Clock Radio

Lexon Titan Clock Radio

The Titan alarm clock and AM/FM radio finds beauty in simplicity. The dimmable LED display for the time and the frequency sits behind the speaker grille. Available in different colors and materials.

Infinity Blade 2: Story

Infinity Blade 2: Story

Infinity Blade 2 adds something else to the iOS-exclusive series aside from upgraded graphics and gameplay tweaks – a more in-depth and complex story, and English voice-overs.

Etón Red Cross Axis Radio

Etón Red Cross Axis Radio
$70  Buy Comment

This rugged AM/FM/Weather radio will keep you connected in the worst conditions. Radio and flashlight can be powered by AC, battery or aluminum hand-crank. Even charges USB gadgets.

Archos Arnova

Archos Arnova

Looking to replace your old clock radio? Archos’ wireless gadget puts 12,000 web radio stations and 1,500 video channels at your bedside. It’ll also stream media from your PC or an SD card.

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony’s ICF-C71PJ is a clock radio with a literal twist: it features a variable-angle projector that’ll display the time on the wall or ceiling; also: MP3 player input and 4-level backlight.

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Lexon Bamboo Gadgets

Lexon Bamboo Gadgets

Good news if you like your gadgets green: Lexon has released a rather large line of bamboo gadgets, appliances, and accessories including radios, calculators, and lighting.

Sensia DAB/Wi-Fi Radio

Sensia DAB/Wi-Fi Radio
~$400  Buy Comment

It looks like a football, but the Sensia is more about touchscreens than touchdowns; it’s a convergence device with a 5.7″ display that streams music via Wi-Fi and plays DAB/FM radio.

Squeezebox Radio & Touch

Squeezebox Radio & Touch
$200-$300  Buy Comment

Both Logitech’s Squeezebox Radio and Touch use Wi-Fi to stream music from iTunes and internet radio; the former measures just 5″x9″x5″ while the latter sports a 4.3″ touch screen.

Sirius XM Skydock

Sirius XM Skydock
$120  Buy Comment

Sirius XM’s SkyDock is the first satellite radio dock for the iPhone/iPod Touch; it also charges via cigarette adapter and includes a free Sirius/XM app with iTunes download tagging.

IKON Digital Radio

IKON Digital Radio
~$450  Buy Comment

Revo’s IKON is the world’s first color touchscreen digital radio with DAB, DAB+, FM and internet radio; it features a 3.5″ display, iPod/iPhone docking, and a 30 watt class D amplifier.

Sangean Radio/iPod Player

Sangean Radio/iPod Player
$299  Buy Comment

Sangean’s Radio and iPod Player features a watertight compartment for your iPod and can survive up to a 5 foot drop, making it ideal for rough and tumble worksites and environments.

Insignia NS-HD01 Radio

Insignia NS-HD01 Radio
$50  Buy Comment

The Insignia NS-HD01 is the first portable HD radio; you’ll enjoy subscription-free access to over 1,000 multicast HD2/HD3 channels in an iPod-sized device with 1.5″ LCD screen.

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BeoSound 3 Radio

BeoSound 3 Radio

Not your everyday clock radio, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 3 sits in a vertically oriented aluminum case; it’ll play MP3/WMAs via SD/MMC cards and uses a rechargeable battery.

Brionvega RR227

Brionvega RR227
~$265  Buy Comment

A modern update of a classic 1965 Italian radio, the Brionvega RR227 includes an AM/FM radio and can play MP3 or WMA files through its 3W speaker via SD card, USB or Line-In.

Mac Mini Stackable Radio

Mac Mini Stackable Radio

Sebastien Sauvage’s radio and speaker system concept compliments the Mac Mini with a stackable design; the radio features five USB ports, a card reader and access to 10k stations.

JVC UX-GN6

JVC UX-GN6
$200  Buy Comment

For touchy-feely types, JVC’s 120-watt UX-GN6 micro audio system features a “laser touch” panel for volume and playback control, plus motion activated wake from standby.

In-Car Internet Radio

In-Car Internet Radio

Also debuting at CES: Blaupunkt and miRoamer are teaming up to release the first in-car internet radio receiver; early models will connect via Bluetooth to a 3G/HSDPA/HSPA device.

PlusDeck USB Cassette Deck

PlusDeck USB Cassette Deck
$300  Buy Comment

Giving retro a glossy, feature-laden shine, the PlusDeck EX not only boasts a 7.1 surround sound audio card and FM radio, but will rip your legacy cassettes to your PC via USB.

Avanti Flow Radio

Avanti Flow Radio
$430  Buy Comment

Despite its retro, avant-garde stylings, PURE’s Avanti Flow Radio is all modern: features include an OLED screen, Class D amplifiers and internet radio streaming via Wi-Fi.

Oregon Scient. Atomic Clock

Oregon Scient. Atomic Clock
$88  Buy Comment

Oregon Scientific’s gadgets are pricey, but you can’t dog real functionality and good design: their sleek Atomic Clock is accurate to the millisecond and also displays the weather.

Eton FR500 Solarlink

Eton FR500 Solarlink
$100  Buy Comment

Like something out of Fallout 3, Eton’s FR500 Solarlink is made for worst-case scenarios: this AM, FM, weather and shortwave radio also has a flashlight, beacon and siren.

NASCAR Helmet Radio

NASCAR Helmet Radio
$140  Buy Comment

The glowing red LED screams Cylon, but this Tony Stewart NASCAR Helmet has peaceful intentions; it’s actually a radio with a CD tray in place of the mouth and a flip-up visor.

Vers 1.5R iPod Radio

Vers 1.5R iPod Radio
$200-$220  Buy Comment

Modern and minimalist, the Vers 1.5R is an iPod radio/alarm that includes an AM/FM tuner, 15 watt speaker, 3.5 mm input and output, IR remote and your choice of six wood cabinets.

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