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Squeezebox Touch ships at long last

Chris Ziegler
April 7, 2010
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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 the older model's VFD display for a 4.3-inch color touchscreen LCD and adding in support for SD cards and USB mass storage devices directly from the unit itself. At $299, it's not the kind of knee-jerk purchase you can make without thinking twice -- but compared to Sonos, it's still the value brand. Anyone else see the potential for a Chumby app on this thing?

[Thanks, remd]



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