Grace Digital is calling their Victoria Nostalgic internet radio a vintage device with the latest internet services. In other words, it’s a modern day gadget trying to charm users with its very retro look while offering access to Pandora, Rhapsody and SiriusXM amongst other radio services.
For those who need to placate those occasional bouts of nostalgia for the 1940s, the radio should be exactly what the doctor ordered with its walnut construct and birch inlay highlights. Concealed under all this old world appeal is an in-built wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n card for hooking up the device to a router, a 4” full range speaker and a rear port.
“Radios from the ‘40s & ‘50s have a look and feel that can’t be found in today’s high-tech designs,” explained Grace Digital’s Chief Marketing Officer, Greg Fadul. “The Victoria recreates that charm and sophistication from long ago, and welds it together with the latest and greatest internet radio has to offer. With the incredible audio quality, music selection, iPhone / Android integration and beautiful cabinet, the Victoria Internet radio is the perfect addition to any room of your home.”
Users can expect to tune into more than 50,000 stations as well as on demand content and there’s Pandora integration too. The radio can also play out music streamed through a Mac or PC, if not content from a connected USB drive. What’s more, Grace is extending iPhone and Android users apps for allowing their devices to remotely control Pandora on the Victoria.
The Victoria Nostalgic internet radio can be ordered from the Grace Digital website for $299.99.