LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Livio Radio, developers of innovative audio products for use in the home and on the go, showcased two new in-vehicle Internet radio devices at Pepcom's Digital Experience today.
The New Carmen, Livio's new ultimate FM transmitter, offers auxiliary output capabilities for users looking to take audio files available for free on the Internet into the car or boat. The patent-pending Carmen software automatically launches once users connect the device to their Mac or PC, and quickly sets about recording their favorite music, sports and other programming for enjoyment later.
The company's new Bluetooth Internet Radio Car Kit allows users to stream the Livio Radio Car Internet Radio App, and to talk hands-free using A2DP Bluetooth controls in the kit. The Livio Radio Car Internet Radio App offers more than 45,000 radio stations from around the world in the car, without a monthly fee.
"We're starting 2011 with an emphasis on the vehicle," Livio Radio founder and CEO Jake Sigal said. "With 48% of non-smartphone owners expecting to upgrade to a more sophisticated device in 2011, the demand for these products will only grow."
Livio Radio's products will debut in the North Hall during the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at booth #2806 (Livio Radio).
About Livio Radio
Founded in 2008, Ferndale, Mich.-based Livio Radio has already developed a list of successful Internet radio products through ongoing relationships with Pandora and NPR. The company remains committed to providing sleek and sophisticated radios and accessories for users who want quality without gimmicks, hassles, and unnecessary bells and whistles. More information is available at www.livioradio.com
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