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Logitech Squeezebox Radio

Logitech Squeezebox Radio

Listen to your favorite Internet radio stations or your personal music collection anywhere in your home with the Logitech Squeezebox Radio ($200). Packing a 3/4-inch high-definition tweeter and 3-inch long-throw woofer, this Wi-Fi enabled radio lets you listen to a wide variety of Internet music sources — including Pandora and — as well as your own music, and features a 2.4-inch color display, Facebook integration for recommending songs, an auxiliary input, automatic brightness adjustment, and a built-in alarm clock with battery backup.

  • Yamaha NeoHD

    It might not be the all-in-one home theater box of your dreams, but the new Yamaha NeoHD ($600-$800) is certainly a step in the right direction. This streamlined receiver features three HDMI, two component, one composite, and both optical and digital audio inputs for hooking up your gear, along with an on-screen menu system — no more silly front panel LEDs — to control it all via a simplified remote. It also packs a 5.1-capable amp for powering speakers of your choice, IR blasters for controlling all the connected gadgets, and Wi-Fi in the more upscale model. [via]

  • Muji CD Player

    Many of our favorite childhood toys relied on a pull-string start, which might explain why we're digging the Muji Wall-Mounted CD Player ($180). This compact all-in-one faces the CD outward making for an intriguing display, and also packs speakers into its body, with volume and playback controls mounted on top, and, of course, a pull-string power control. For a better idea of what we're talking about, just watch it in action. [Thanks, Stefan]