Technology Tricks for Your TV and Radio
A new device lets you beam television signals to your home computers. Also, a new portable reciever brings satellite radio down to earth.
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Handheld Satellite Radio Receiver
The Delphi MyFi XM2go radio is the first portable satellite radio. The compact unit lets you listen to XM Satellite Radio’s 150-plus radio channels of commercial-free music and premier news, sports, talk, and entertainment. You can also store five hours of XM programming in the MyFi’s memory for listening anytime. The unit can be plugged into your car stereo or home stereo system. It even has a built-in FM transmitter that wirelessly beams XM to any FM radio.
The suggested retail price is $299.99 and the XM service costs $12.95 a month.
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Web site: www.xmradio.com
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Watch Television on Your Computer
The Slingbox turns any networked laptop or desktop PC into a television. The device hooks up to your cable or satellite receiver and redirects video to a computer hooked up to any wired or wireless network. Price is $249 and does not require subscription or additional fees.
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