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It’s no secret what I think about Pandora, the streaming audio service that is uncanny at only pushing music I like to my waiting ears. I run Pandora on every computer I use and most phones I use too. I can’t get enough of Pandora and […]

livioradioIt’s no secret what I think about Pandora, the streaming audio service that is uncanny at only pushing music I like to my waiting ears. I run Pandora on every computer I use and most phones I use too.

I can’t get enough of Pandora and that’s why the Pandora radio from Livio is very interesting. The Livio Radio connects to Ethernet and is a dedicated Pandora radio complete with the “Thumbs up/ down” buttons. The Livio will set you back $150 but to Pandora dedicated users might just be worth it. I know a few people who run Pandora on their iPhones in the dock at their desk and the Livio might be a better solution for those folks.

(via Gizmodo)

  1. wifi.. slap some wifi in it and i am there.. i love the thumbs up, thumbs down buttons!

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  2. I am one of those people who runs Pandora from an iPhone dock at their desk… at work and at home… and also from the speakers in my living room, the radio in my bedroom, and the stereo in my car. A dedicated Pandora player would be a huge step backward for me, particularly a wired one that would only work at my home desk. I’d be better off getting an iPod touch that at least can work anywhere in my house.

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  3. Well, Heath, I guess you’re there – the Livio has wifi built in. I’m on the verge of ordering one for myself.

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  4. I’ve got a Livio and it rocks. I highly recommend it. I haven’t hooked it up to my stereo yet, but just listening to it in my office, I love it.

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  5. Heath the Livio Radio connects to a wifi network if you have one you do not need to use the the Ethernet cabel.

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