Grace Digital Audio has new range of Internet radios
Grace Digital Audio intends to upgrade its range of Internet radios by keeping up with the times – and we’re talking about including a color display this time around. CES 2011 will be the platform where the Solo Touch, Bravado X, and Mondo Internet radios are unveiled, where the entire Grace Digital product line includes internet radio services Pandora, Sirius XM Internet Radio, CBS Radio, iheartradio, Live365.com, MP3Tunes, NPR, National Weather Service, WeatherBug and Rhapsody. Enough about the services already though, we will prefer to have a look at what the three Internet radios offer on paper, at least.
The Solo Touch is a compact tuner device that touts to offer you complete control over the world of Internet radio directly on your home stereo, sporting a 4.3” touchscreen color display with a remote control for couch potatoes. Other hardware specifications of this $249.99 device include Ethernet connection, RCA out jacks and a headphone connection.
As for the Bravado X, this Wi-Fi-enabled tabletop radio will deliver powerful sound with a user friendly 2.7″ color TFT display, carrying with it RCA in/out jacks, USB connectivity, and a headphone connection, all going for $179.99 a pop.
Last but not least would be the $169.99 Mondo, where it has been positioned to be the perfect bedside Internet radio, offering best in class audio and a vibrant 3.5-inch TFT color display. As any good bedside radio should be, this model sports snooze control for heavy sleepers and a full alarm clock function, while the rest of the specifications are a remote control, Ethernet connectivity, RCA out jacks, and a USB connection. With so many choices to choose from, which would you head for?