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Grace introduces Pandora-friendly Wi-Fi Tabletop Receiver
Fans of Pandora's interactive Web music service will be interested to know that Grace Digital, an established manufacturer of Internet radio appliances, has introduced a new model that incorporates a fully functional Pandora user interface in a compact, Wi-Fi-connected device.
Grace claims that its new Wi-Fi Internet radio is the first Web radio to incorporate the same features that Pandora listeners use on computers and smart phones, including one-button access to the thumbs up/down song selection and play/pause functions. It also allows users to skip, play, pause, and bookmark songs directly from both remote and front control panels, as well as the ability to connect and play music direct from an iTunes library stored on the user's PC or MAC.
The company says the Wi-Fi Internet radio is already shipping and is expected to retail at approximately $170.
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