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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
We have to admit we’re mostly smitten by the Pro-Idee MP3 Radio/Alarm’s looks; it’s got a swanky analog meets modern style, with chrome buttons, a usb port and SD/MMC card slot.
Mixing a bit of the old with the new, Sanyo’s R227 tabletop radio gets FM tunes as well as internet stations and podcasts via Wi-Fi or ethernet; there’s also an input for your iPod/mp3 player.
Jonas Damon’s 2B Radio is a retro minimalist’s dream come true, with a matte black case and three vacuum tubes in place of transistors. It’ll hook up to your iPod or MP3 player, too.
Porsche Design’s stylish Eton P’9210 Clock Radio has three speakers, a subwoofer, iPod dock and satellite radio hookup. Other than the odd remote, the minimalist design works.
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