Sirius Previews Portable Satellite Radio + MP3 Player

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 12:50 pm

Sirius unveils its first wearable satellite radio, the Sirius S50. Users can capture and store up to 50 hours of Sirius satellite radio programming and MP3/WMA files. The device also can tune in to live radio broadcasts.

Sirius Radio
Sirius wearable radio (source)

The Sirius S50, which can be taken almost anywhere, is expected to be available in October for a suggested retail price of $359.99, including a car docking station. A home docking station will cost an extra $99.

Source: News.com


One Response to “Sirius Previews Portable Satellite Radio + MP3 Player”

  1. Sam Says:

    XM has released a similar product called the neXus. Neither player can actually recieve broadcasts on the go. However, the XM player has the option of flagging sons from XM programs for later Napster downloads, wheras the Sirius player lacks that feature and only plays recorded programs and mp3 files.

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