January 07, 2007 by Rachel Cericola
Audiovox Corporation is introducing their first portable XM satellite radio product at this week’s 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.
The X2G100B portable satellite radio and MP3 player features live XM either portable or docked and MP3 (WMA) storage and play with 50 hours of storage (when 100 percent of the memory goes to XM).
The company believes that the X2G100B is the perfect player for the ultimate music experience that combines satellite radio with downloaded music preferences.
Audiovox is obviously looking to compete with the slew of other portable products currently out (and coming out of CES), combining XM tracks with MP3s, the ability to create and manage play lists (without a PC!) with XM + Napster, and storage MP3 & WMA digital music files.
- Compatible with XM+Napster, Artist and TuneSelect and Sports and Stock Ticker
- Includes ear buds, headphones & integrated antenna headphones
- X2G100CK car kit ($49.99) and X2G100HK home kit ($49.99) also available
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