Every week from now through Thanksgiving, Internet radio manufacturer Com One is giving away one of its Phoenix Wi-Fi radios.
All you have to do is enter online at http://www.com-one.biz/store. The contest is part of Com One's roll-out of their new online store, where you can purchase the Phoenix Radio directly from the company for $199. No purchase is necessary to enter the contest, and you'll automatically receive Com One's e-newsletter, unless you opt out of the mailing list. Full contest rules and regulations are posted on Com One's website.
"The Phoenix Wi-Fi Radio has been getting great reviews and sales have kicked in. Internally we've been busy adding stations and podcasts, upgrading firmware and making the web interface more user friendly. Now we want people to have a chance to experience Internet Radio via the Phoenix. Whether you win it or buy it, we believe you'll like what you hear," said Com One's Executive Vice President Christophe Dissaux.
Com One's Phoenix Radio is portable and comes with rechargeable AA batteries. With all the functions of a traditional alarm clock radio, such as preset station buttons, snooze and sleep modes, you also have the option of sending the radio's audio output to any high-end stereo system utilizing a Bluetooth transmitter and adapter, also available from Com One. Plus, the unique "My Network" feature allows you to access UPnP music sources present on your home network or computer through Windows Media Player. And, of course, you can listen to thousands of stations and podcasts without your computer.
All you need to enjoy the Phoenix Wi-Fi radio is a broadband connection, a wireless gateway like a Wi-Fi router, and the desire to experience unlimited radio choices as never before. For more information visit http://www.com-one.biz.
About Com One
Com One, is a cutting edge technology company offering Bluetooth and Wi-Fi solutions. Com One is a subsidiary of Baracoda, the global leader in Bluetooth barcode scanning and RFID solutions, founded in 2001 by Thomas Serval, who currently serves as CEO. Com One's goal is to facilitate wireless connectivity and become the leader in Internet Radio.