Looking to get a speaker dock for your iPhone? If you’re not looking to get yourself just a regular speaker dock, then perhaps Roth’s just announced KRadio is something worth checking out.
Roth’s KRadio goes beyond just playing the music stored on your iPhone and will also be able to access subscription services such as Spotify. On top of that, the KRadio is also WiFi enabled and also comes with an ethernet port so you will be able to go online and access your favorite internet radio stations.
Much like regular radio systems, you will be able to store your favorite radio stations in any of the ten buttons that are in the front of the device. You will also be able to set two programmable alarms, so you can choose what to listen to when you wake up. It also comes with an FM tuner and an aux-in jack for plugging in other MP3 players, such as the Zune.
If you’re looking to get your hands on Roth’s KRadio, it will be available this fall for $328.
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