If you own a really cool radio from the 80s, but you’re unwilling to let go of it after all the money and time you spent getting it fixed up each time it broke down, it’s about time you move on. Good thing for you, Sony has decided to make retro cool again and has released a new DAB/DAB+/FM digital radio. The XDR-S16DBP may not be from the 80s, but that doesn’t mean you can’t tune into your favorite classic stations that are still around. In addition to producing high-quality radio sounds, it has a clock which you can set as an alarm to wake you up in the morning and has space for up to 10 FM presets – in case you share the radio with somebody and you want a quick and easy way to switch channels. The XDR-S16DBP is available now for $127 (£79).
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