The BBC News site has just published a piece on network MP3 player, the SliMP3…
"Ever wished you could listen to the hundreds of MP3 tracks on your PC on your stereo? A range of digital music players are springing up that let you listen to songs on a hard drive on a hi-fi.
One of these is a gadget called Slimp3, which spans the divide between your computer and the stereo in the living room".
California-based start-up Slim Devices came up with the idea to tap into a generation who grew up with the internet and the now defunct file-sharing pioneer Napster.
Read the full article HERE.