Allegro portable internet radio features smart battery recharging

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The Grace Allegro Wi-Fi internet radio costs $170 and supports streaming of over 16,000 radio stations, Pandora, Sirius, Live365, and MP3tunes. It can run for around eight hours on six AA batteries and the device can detect whether standard batteries or rechargeable NiMH batteries have been inserted and then recharge as needed.

Other features include 802.11b/g/n support, an iPhone/iPod touch remote control app, MP3/WMA/Real Audio/WAV/AAC/AIFF codec support, alarm functions, built-in speaker, 4-line display, standard remote control, and the ability to add multiple Grace-brand internet radios to “listen to the same or different music in every room.”

There’s a line out jack and a headphone jack but no line-in or iPod connectivity.

Allegro – Portable Wireless Internet Radio [GraceDigitalAudio.com]

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