Post Thumbnail

Pulling back from the verge of a bottomless pit of vaporware despair comes the Squeezebox Touch, the latest in Logitech's line of connected music players that had originally been slated to launch way back in December of last year. The device is the spiritual successor to the Squeezebox 3, eschewing

4 years ago 0 Comments
April 7, 2010 at 5:49PM
Post Thumbnail

Logitech's Squeezebox Touch has had a somewhat troubled launch since being announced back in September alongside the Squeezebox Radio, and it looks like the road to availability just got a bit bumpier. While Logitech isn't saying anything officially itself just yet, a Slim Devices developer has now

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Remember Kerbango? In the early months of the decade, 3Com's foray (via acquisition) into the then-nonexistent world of tabletop internet radios crashed and burned before it was ever even launched, a classic example of an arguably visionary product launching well, well ahead of its time. Over seven

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Hey, look at that -- the Squeezebox Duet just popped up for pre-order. Slim Devices's answer to Sonos was pretty impressive when we played with it at CES, and it looks like pricing is exactly what we heard: $400 for the wireless controller and a single Squeezebox Receiver, which can stream music of

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

What makes a $2,000 digital music player a $2,000 digital music player? When you're Slim Devices, that's a pretty tricky question to answer. After all, its relatively affordable Squeezebox line has garnered extensive praise and a nearly rabid following over the past couple years -- especially in it

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Back in July, we regaled you with a post about the Slim Devices Transporter, that super high-end digital audio stereo receiver. You remember, the one that plays WAV, AIFF, MP3, WMA, and FLAC at up to 96KHz sample rates over Ethernet or WiFi, right? Well, we've just spotted the first review of this

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Ah, can you smell; the autumn in the air? For some that means it's iPod season, which, incidentally, just celebrated its fifth birthday this week. We've got the scoop there and on how you too can avoid blowing out the Windows virus candles your iPod may have shipped with, as well as some talk on Log

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

There's nothing we love more around here than a bit of surprising news, and next to HP's recent purchase of VoodooPC, Logitech's just-announced acquisition of Slim Devices caught us off guard like nothing has in awhile. According to Slim CEO Sean Adams, his company -- which makes such streaming audi

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

From past postings it would seem that Infrant has developed quite a little fan base for its ReadyNAS line of storage solutions, so all you NASheads out there will be happy to learn that the company has just added a new member to the family, the Gigabit Ethernet-equipped ReadyNAS NV+. Available in si

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Audiophiles, listen up. (Oh, how we do love saying that.) Slim Devices has got something you'll want to check out if you've been on the hunt for a Sonos alternative: meet the Transporter (and we ain't talking about Jason Statham). Slim's new wireless audio distribution system moves your music (in W

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Squeezebox owners, listen up! If you've been pining away over Rhapsody access on your Slim Devices music streamers, your time has finally come. the release of SlimServer 6.3 and a Squeezebox firmware upgrade enable Squeezebox 2 and 3 owners to use the service like those Sonos-using next-door neighbo

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

A partnership announced today by storage specialist Infrant Technologies and Squeezebox-maker Slim Devices promises to give consumers an easy way to store and stream up to 200,000 songs around the house, no computer necessary. The two companies are now offering a bundle which includes Infrant's 1TB

8 years ago 0 Comments