Well, that Torian InFusion portable WiFi radio has moved from concept product, to being on sale in Australia (in theory), to now being available worldwide for $230. It just cleared the FCC (although the company's site says that it began shipping on November 17), which means that the InFusion will hit more formal retail channels in the US (and other locations worldwide) starting next year. For the uninitiated, the InFusion will play your traditional FM radio, along with internet radio over WiFi, and can record your streams as MP3s to your SD card. We'll report back when we get our hands on it at CES next month -- that is, if we don't get too distracted listening to SOMA FM first.

[Via FCC]

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