Altaz AZICR101 3.5-Inch Internet Clock Radio with Net Applications (White) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Internet Radio
- Digital Photo Frame
- MP3 Player
- Weather Report
- Net Applications
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 4.25 x 3.5 in||6 x 9 x 9 in||3.3 x 7 x 9.5 in||2.76 x 5.51 x 5.04 in||2.17 x 6.22 x 3.54 in||2.2 x 4.3 x 6 in|
|Item Weight||0.5 lb||1.23 lbs||0.8 lb||1.21 lbs||1.04 lbs||1 lb|
|Power Source||—||AC & Battery||—||AC||AC & Battery||—|
Altaz 3.5" Touch screen Internet Clock Radio is not your regular Alarm Clock Radio. It connects to thousand of Internet Radio Stations around the world. With built-in Wi-Fi connection, you can check weather, share online photos, and other Internet Applications. Finally, you can display your digital photos from built-in SD card reader and save your favorite photos to the 128MB of internal memory. Did we mention that it is also a MP3 player too?
Top customer reviews
Everything is touchscreen-driven, which would be fine except for two problems... the touchscreen is of poor quality and the menu/interface is poorly designed. Touchscreen problems: Touch a menu item to select, and you may get any of the following: single press to selected menu item, double press, no press, press to another menu item. Menu/interface problem: For example, when selecting a playlist of internet radio stations, you have to navigate through 4 levels of menus, select one station, and then pretty much exit completely out and navigate back into the menus. Just a very clunky interface in general.
The main reason I bought this item was for the internet radio capability. And unfortunately, that is the area with which I am having the greatest problem. The menu of stations is bugged - sometimes it locks up and prevents you from scrolling down past a certain point - which requires you to turn the device off and start all over. Not too bad other than the fact that it took 50 screen-presses to get to that point.
Another downside to using this as a clock radio at your bedside is that it is very bright and doesn't appear to have a "night mode" and is very bright - so that may bother some people.
I can't completely hate the device because like I said, I knew I was gambling when I tried to buy such an advanced piece of electronic equipment for $70. I gambled, and in this case I lost.
The previous reviewer got further with it than I did, letting it sit on his nightstand. I laughed out loud about the brightness factor. Surely enough, there is no option to turn down the screen brightness.
The only practical use for this thing would be as a desk clock. Forget about the internet capabilities as the interface is too time-consuming for practicality. If you think $100 for a desk clock is a good buy, pick one up. Otherwise...
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