British radio company Roberts has launches a new Wi-Fi Internet Radio and Media Player.
The Wi-Fi Internet Radio and Media Player lets you listen to your favourite online radio stations via its stereo speakers.
You can catch live programmes being broadcast from anywhere in the world or use the "Listen Again" feature that lets you listen to previously broadcast BBC programmes at a time that suits you.
The radio incorporates a media player, which also means you can stream the music collection stored on your PC through the radio wirelessly through a home Wi-Fi connection.
The menu is described as intuitive, and you can scroll through the stations alphabetically by country controlled by a single rotary dial, on the front, or by a remote control for ease of use.
There's also an auxiliary input socket so you can plug in and playback your iPod/MP3 player.
The high gloss, black finished Wi-Fi Internet Radio and Media Player is available now and costs £199.99.