Grace Digital announces Primo Wi-Fi Media Streamer


primoThe folks over at Grace Digital have just announced their latest device for the masses, where it will come in the form of the Primo Wi-Fi Media Streamer. This most recent addition to the famous Grace Digital range will offer owners access to more than 50,000 radio stations, podcasts and on demand content, using the convenience of an iPhone or Touch remote directly to users current stereo or powered speakers. In fact, it is a matter of mere minutes that Primo will be able to be set up, as one hooks up with a Wi-Fi network, delivering instant access to online services such as Pandora, Live365, SiriusXM, Rhapsody, or saved music from a PC or Mac.

In addition, the Primo Wi-Fi Media Streamer will arrive with a high contrast color LCD display that delivers a vivid, easy-to-read interface which your eyes will appreciate, especially after you have been doing nothing but staring at the screen the entire day long. It will bring the best of both worlds together, namely the popular Solo with the renowned Mondo, resulting in the Primo that will be able to offer consumers a user-friendly stereo streaming solution in a sleek, high-end look.

Since one will now be able to access the world of internet radio in the blink of an eye, Primo would be able to deliver a wider selection of song choices regardless of whether you are at home, at the office, or entertaining friends. Accompanying the Primo would be high quality RCA jacks alongside compatibility with majority of the existing audio devices. When paired with the Grace Remote Control application, users then gain control of multiple Grace Internet Radios from an iPhone or Android-powered device (ala the Galaxy S5), giving them the ability to change the volume, tracks, stations, powering on/off and even setting the alarms. Interested parties will have to fork out $149.99 for the Primo Wi-Fi Media Streamer.

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