Brando. It sounds a lot like that Aroma Geur radio we saw a while back, only it's about $400 cheaper and probably much less likely to synchronize its aromas and LEDs to the music. You can also use the unit as a line-in speaker if you've had enough of radio -- and who hasn't.
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