Listening to music from a music service usually consists of pulling it up on a computer or a smartphone, but the 'AUDIOINFINITY' Internet radio speaker aims to bring things back to a more tactile experience.
The 'AUDIOINFINITY' radio features a series of dials that enable users to twist and turn them in order to maneuver through stations. This comes as a somewhat retro way to find music and harkens back to the days of large radios that required users to scan through manually rather than simply by looking at a screen.
The 'AUDIOINFINITY' Internet radio speaker is the design work of Abishek Yenji and can be used to access music on an international basis from various regions and countries from around the world.
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- By: Michael HemsworthJan 17, 2017