[CES 2010] With smartphones that sport a built-in accelerometer which has been harnessed by developers to perform various functions from in-game controls to switching audio tracks, along comes the Q2 Tip & Tilt Radio from Armour Home (yes, it is a UK-based company) that can switch stations whenever you tip it in the right direction. Alternatively, volume control has also been built in as all you need to do is tilt it to raise or lower the volume. Wi-Fi-enabled, the Q2 does not have any buttons at all, which makes it all the more simple to use that even your grandad might find it pleasant to use. Retailing for £80 in the UK, it has yet to see action Stateside although “soon” was the answer given by an Armour Home representative.
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