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May 5, 2008

Sennheiser Tangent Quattro Internet Radio


Why bother paying for satellite radio when you can get over 10,000 stations for free?

Use a big knob to select a country, then turn it to choose the type of radio station you'd like to listen to, then pick the one you want.

Jonathan Margolis, reviewing it the latest Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine, wrote, "The Tangent is so idiot-proof that I connected it to my WiFi and was listening to it without having to open the instruction book...."

Almost sounds like a TechnoDolt™ would have a shot at actually being able to use it... don't tempt me.

It also gets regular FM radio — just in case.


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I assume you can do everything this ($349.95) external box can do with your already bought computer?

Posted by: Joe Peach | May 6, 2008 7:22:19 PM

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