The smallest portable WiFi internet radio in the world
Despite the best efforts of various Moyles-ian quarterwits, the digital revolution has totally reinvigorated the airwaves. So why not lend an ear via the award-winning ViewQuest. It’s the smallest portable WiFi internet radio in the world.
Perfect for stimulating your lugholes around the home and garden, the sleek ViewQuest lets you enjoy thousands of stations, audio streams and podcasts anywhere a WiFi network is available. Just twizzle its scroll wheel and gawp at the LCD display to search by country or genre. You can even access the BBC’s Listen Again service to…er, listen again.
This smart little mains/rechargeable soundbox is ideal for World Cup emergencies. And with over 15 hours of continuous use from its internal Li-Polymer battery, it’ll stretch to penalties, post-match analysis, late night phone-in featuring disgruntled fans and downbeat breakfast show. Chris Evans or Malayalam mixes on Radio DumDum? You choose.
Can you use this without a computer? Jason - 23rd September 2011
Firebox says: Hi Jason, you don't need to have a computer but it does need to be connected to a wireless internet network, whether at home, in a cafe, airport etc.
This is such a great size (and sound). My friend recommended this to me and what a gem. No more gardening in silence! Zara - 6th April 2011
Wow what a fantastic piece of technology !! when I received the item it took me a while to get used to it. If you see this item and you want it buy it don't hesitate. There's hundreds stations ready and waiting to be listened to. Matthew - 19th June 2010
I love this product. . Small, compact, great for my kitchen, office our outside on the patio, Ive fallen in love with Internet Radio... 20, 000 + Stations to listen to and I have lots of fun searching for strange stations in other countries and finding real gems. Discover new music and never worry about what to download again ! This little Radio fits snug in a pocket, has a great battery life and good sound quality for something so small... I love it. . Easy menu and search, very cool. Colin Admore - 9th June 2010