eBuyer have dropped the price of the pink Vistron MX-200I to £37.69, with £4.79 for delivery (its free for orders over £50). This is the cheapest that I have seen it - it has been £39.99 plus £5.99 delivery since Christmas. Its the cheapest internet radio I've seen since then, excepting a few end of line clearances.
This radio is quite small, with a single 2-3 inch speaker. There is a headphone socket which gives better sound quality. I bought one a few months ago and I have really liked it. Much more than a DAB radio I had before, which never seemed to be playing anything I liked. My one is white, which is a little more tasteful than the PINK of this one.
I really like being able to listen to stuff that I want to, rather than having to put up with whatever is on the schedule there and then. Its not always a replacement for a normal radio - sometimes the BBC doesn't have internet broadcast rights for live sporting events, even when you could listen to them on a normal radio.
Radios which use the Reciva chipset let you access ~ 10000 radio stations from around the world, with about 1000 from the UK. You can enter a list of favourites on the reciva.com WWW site which are then downloaded onto a menu on your radio.
You can use 3 preset stations from buttons on the front panel, or 99 with the remote control. The one that is supplied is not very powerful, but you can use a universal remote instead.
It can also access files from a local network via a uPnP connection. For instance, if you have Windows Media Player v11, on a computer which is switched on and on a network, then this radio can stream files from there.
Supersaver 5 day delivery is £4.79 or free if your order value is over £50.