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Trinloc Fusion – world’s smallest DAB receiver and more

The Trinloc Fusion is the world’s smallest DAB radio, but it does much more than just one trick. The DAB Tuner has 20 presets and receives DAB Band III. When you don’t want to listen to that you can choose FM radio instead, or you can listen to MP3, WMA, OGG or WAV files. There’s 1GB on onboard storage, and a 64 x 128 color display to keep organized. The Fusion measures 87.5 x 37 x 22 mm and weighs 38g. Two AAA batteries give 10 hours of DAB life or 22 hours of MP3 playback. It will be available in November for around $190.

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