LAS VEGAS — Grace Digital Audio
went to International CES with a trio of
tabletop Internet radios that will be the
company’s first with color screens and
its first with Rhapsody and Weatherbug.
One model, the Solo Touch, is also
the company’s first with touchscreen.
All will be the company’s first with Wi-Fi
802.11n. Other models sport 802.11g.
One of the three, the $179-suggested
Bravado X, is an upgrade to
the Bravado, adding 2.7-inch TFT color
display. Other features include stereo
speakers, RCA in/out jacks, USB and
The $249 Solo Touch, an upgrade to
the Solo Wi-Fi Internet Tuner, features
4.3-inch touchscreen color display, remote,
Ethernet connection, RCA-out
jacks and headphone out.
The $169 Mondo features alarm
clock functions, 3.5-inch TFT color
display, remote, Ethernet connection,
RCA out, and USB connection.
All Grace radios support Pandora,
Sirius XM Internet Radio, CBS Radio,
iHeartradio, Live365.com, MP3Tunes,
NPR and the National Weather Service.