Tangent Quattro WiFi Internet Radio

Why would any one pay for satellite radio when almost 10,000 stations are accessible for free? How it works? With a help of a big knob, choose a country and then turn it to decide the kind of radio station your ears would like to listen and finally go with the one you want. While reviewing the product for the Financial Times “How To Spend It” magazine, Jonathan Margolis says: “The Tangent is so idiot-proof that I linked it to my WiFi and was listening to it without having to open the instruction book….”

It also offers a regular FM radio at just a spill over of $349.95.
Tangent Quattro

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