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Q2 Tip & Tilt Internet Radio


Claims to be the world’s easiest to use internet radio

The new cube shaped ‘Tip & Tilt’ from Q2 is the world’s easiest to use internet radio. It has no confusing knobs, displays or dials. Users simply select one of their four pre-set radio stations by tipping the ‘Tip & Tilt’ onto one of its four sides. To choose another favourite, simply tip the radio onto another side like a dice. The front side is the speaker and on the rear are sockets for headphones, set-up and charging.

Tilting the radio adjusts the volume; forward to turn it down and backwards to turn it up. It really couldn’t be simpler.

Tip & Tilt’s ultra user-friendly and intuitive design makes internet radio fun, liberating it from the desktop and taking it to the kitchen or bedside table.

The ‘Tip & Tilt’, which measures just 4″ on each side, will be offered in a variety of colours and is planned to be widely available from Spring 2010.

Price: to be confirmed.

Q2 is a brand of Armour Home, the UK’s leading trade supplier of specialist home theater, hi-fi and custom installation products and has annual sales of nearly $100 million. As well as Q2, its own brands include QED, Alphason, Systemline, Q Acoustics and Goldring. It is also the UK distributor for US brands: NAD, Kicker, Grado, Sonance, Soundcast, and Tivoli Audio.

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