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Consumer Electronics Show: Livio puts Pandora in a new box

January 7, 2011 |  6:30 pm

At the Consumer Electronics Show, there are more ways to listen to your music than there are screaming teens at a Justin Bieber concert. One of them is the Livio Radio featuring Pandora. 

The Livio Radio looks similar to other high-end radios, but it has one big difference: There is no radio inside. The Livio Radio is strictly for Pandora and Internet radio stations.

For $150 to $200, you can have all of your Pandora stations as well as more than 42,000 Internet radio streams anywhere you can get a Wi-Fi signal, or an ethernet cable and an Internet connection. You can even give a thumbs up or down to songs as they come up.

So if your Wi-Fi signal reaches your patio but your speaker cable doesn't, grab your Livio Radio and bring your tunes outside. 


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