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Product Details A combined bedside radio and alarm clock, which can be set so that the radio will come on at the desired time.

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  • If you're anything like us, the idea of waking up to music is enticing, but we keep our alarm clock set on the buzzer mode because there's nothing worth listening to on FM radio. The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built in WiFi (yes, that is the actual product name) has no such limitations, allowing you to wake up to Internet radio, music on a networked PC, a connected USB flash drive of MP3s, or even plain-old FM radio. The total feature package of the Aluratek ($200 list) is impressive, and our experience was sweetened by the fact that we had mostly trouble-free wireless performance whether we were streaming Internet radio from Albania or our personal MP3 collection. Our only major fault is that the Aluratek, well, sounds like a clock radio. In other words, don't expect a lot of sonic dazzle from the Aluratek--audiophiles are better off with a more substantial system such as the or a digital audio receiver that connects to a home theater system, like the . But if you're just looking to casually listen to some tunes when you wake up or before you go to bed, the Aluratek's excellent feature set and reliable performance certainly make it worthy of your consideration.

    If you're anything like us, the idea of waking up to music is enticing, but we keep our alarm clock set on the buzzer mode because there's nothing worth listening to on FM radio. The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built in WiFi (yes, that is the actual product name) has no such limitations, allowing you to wake up to Internet radio, music on a networked PC, a connected USB flash drive of MP3s, or even plain-old FM radio. The total feature package of the Aluratek ($200 list) is impressive, and our experience was sweetened by the fact that we had mostly trouble-free wireless performance whether we were streaming Internet radio from Albania or our personal MP3 collection. Our only major fault is that the Aluratek, well, sounds like a clock radio. In other words, don't expect a lot of sonic dazzle from the Aluratek--audiophiles are better off with a more substantial system such as the or a digital audio receiver that connects to a home theater system, like the . But if you're just looking to casually listen to some tunes when you wake up or before you go to bed, the Aluratek's excellent feature set and reliable performance certainly make it worthy of your consideration.

  • If you're anything like us, the idea of waking up to music is enticing, but we keep our alarm clock set on the buzzer mode because there's nothing worth listening to on FM radio. The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built in WiFi (yes, that is the actual product name) has no such limitations, allowing you to wake up to Internet radio, music on a networked PC, a connected USB flash drive of MP3s, or even plain-old FM radio. The total feature package of the Aluratek ($200 list) is impressive, and our experience was sweetened by the fact that we had mostly trouble-free wireless performance whether we were streaming Internet radio from Albania or our personal MP3 collection. Our only major fault is that the Aluratek, well, sounds like a clock radio. In other words, don't expect a lot of sonic dazzle from the Aluratek--audiophiles are better off with a more substantial system such as the or a digital audio receiver that connects to a home theater system, like the . But if you're just looking to casually listen to some tunes when you wake up or before you go to bed, the Aluratek's excellent feature set and reliable performance certainly make it worthy of your consideration.

    The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built-in WiFi won't wow you with its sound, but it won us over with its versatile feature set and solid streaming performance.

     
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    The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built-in WiFi won't wow you with its sound, but it won us over with its versatile feature set and solid streaming performance.

Digital Radio Alarm Clock | Bush Australia

Alarm clocks, like almost all other consumer goods in the United States, ceased production in the spring of 1942, as the factories which made them were converted over to war work during , but they were one of the first consumer items to resume manufacture for civilian use, in November 1944. By that time, a critical shortage of alarm clocks had developed due to older clocks wearing out or breaking down. Workers were late for, or missed completely, their scheduled shifts in jobs critical to the war effort. In a pooling arrangement overseen by the , several clock companies were allowed to start producing new clocks, some of which were continuations of pre-war designs, and some of which were new designs, thus becoming among the first "postwar" consumer goods to be made, before the war had even ended. The price of these "emergency" clocks was, however, still strictly regulated by the Office of Price Administration. The first radio alarm clock was invented by James F. Reynolds, in the 1940s and another design was also invented by Paul L. Schroth Sr.