Crave: Tivoli Audio is known for its tabletop radios, but the company has always remained somewhat on the conservative side when it comes to features: AM, FM, and CD, plus the occasional iPod dock and satellite radio. But the company is taking a firm step into the 21st century with a new pair of products, the NetWorks Table Radio and NetWorksGo.
The models are essentially network-enabled updates of the Model One and the SongBook, respectively, with the Table Radio intended for stationary duty and the NetWorksGo offering space for six rechargeable C batteries (which you have to supply). Both models have a built-in FM (but no AM) tuner, but the real attraction is the ability to stream WMA, MP3, and Real Audio Internet radio stations via their built-in Ethernet or Wi-Fi connections; they can also stream digital audio files from networked PCs as well.
Additionally, both also offer USB and line-in connectors for playing music from other devices.