During my adventures at the Philips event in Portugal last week, I was introduced to this tiny yet mighty device — the Streamium Network Music Player. As much as I was drooling over the touchscreen Prestigo universal remote (review on the way!), I must say that this player stole my heart. At home, I usually connect my laptop to my home stereo system to listen to tunes, or else I pop my iPod on my portable stereo's dock. The first one is usually a hassle (stereo must be changed from TV to AUX, volume must be adjusted on both laptop and stereo, etc.), and the latter usually offers a temporary fix since the sound quality isn't that great.
But now my friends, there's the Streamium network music player NP2500 which will wirelessly playback all of your tunes from your laptop or PC, and stream Internet radio stations (thousands of stations worldwide), all while utilizing the device's FullSound technology (which makes the sound amazing). The player shows off full album art in full color and you can control the player with the included remote control.
You can currently pick one up on sale from Dell for $162.