The last time we heard about the smallest portable DAB radio, it was the Roberts RD49, which claimed that it had the petite-factor all locked up. And then we came across the Trinloc Fusion, a new DAB radio shrunken down to 87.5 x 37 x 22mm (3.4 x 1.4 x 0.8-inches). It's got 1GB of storage and can play MP3, WMA, WAV, ADPCM (wow, old school), and OGG files, but if you get bored of music, it'll also display your snaps at 64 x 128. The €150 Fusion will stay juiced for up to 10 hours in DAB mode or 22 hours in playback mode, and is due to come out in November.

[Via Stuff]

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Trinloc Fusion, smallest DAB radio, for real this time?