Accessory Spotter: Roth’s KRadio, Stylish Dock For iPhone and iPod Touch

Roth KRadio

Looking for an iPhone/iPod dock? Something which blends with your iDevice perfectly? Roth KRadio is the perfect accessory which can’t do everything, but surely give users the access to thousands of Internet radio stations thanks to the built-in WiFi and Ethernet port. Acts as the perfect dock, giving you access to playback music for your iPhone or iPod while it charges.

The Roth KRadio gives you the comfort to listen at any place by simply connecting it to your network – using its wired Ethernet port or via the WiFi – and accessing thousands of Internet radio stations worldwide. With such a large variety of stations, search becomes annoying. KRadio has smartly employed the latest Frontier V 6.2 module which allows quick channel hopping as well as providing 10 channel pre-sets.

Moreover, the KRadio provides a dependable digital tuner for DAB fans as well as DAB + in some countries, also offering 10 preset options. How can we forget the good old FM, KRadio is happy to fill-in the superb sound of analogue via its FM tuner.

To further add excitement, KRadio offers a built-in iDevice dock which benefits from your iTunes library as well as iPhone music based apps. Enjoy the room filled with your own flavor music while not worrying on the iDevice’s battery. The smart gadget charges your Apple machine even while its memory is being used.

This is our first foray into the DAB/Internet radio market-sector and we believe we have designed a product that meets and exceeds the requirements of our customers. There’s no doubt that we have covered all possible connectivity formats in what is already recognized as a particularly elegant design.

The Roth KRadio will be available in the UK from September 2011 at a price of £199.

About Khizer Hayat Farooq

Khizer Hayat Farooq, iSmashPhone's Contributing Editor, is committed on bringing in the very best from the world of Apple, digital start ups, growing trends, social networks and new initiatives from digital firms. He aims to write one of the best software reviews and HOW-TO tricks one day.