Not Only TV USB Gadgets £7.99 or 2 for £13.98 @ mymemory
Not Only TV USB Gadgets £7.99 or 2 for £13.98 @ mymemory

Not Only TV USB Gadgets £7.99 or 2 for £13.98 @ mymemory

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With a user friendly interface, it is easy to search your favorite music and programs classified by countries and genre. Through personal settings, the dongle is able to quickly access the individual's favorite station list on any computer without any registration. Because the Internet infrastructure varies from country to country, a stream quality indicator is provided that will show the user the monitored Internet stream stability in real-time from the player's location. This saves time when selecting a station from long lists as poorer streaming quality stations can be skipped, allowing ultimate enjoyment of diverse Internet radio and TV stations.

Key Features:
- Provides more than 20,000 streaming radio channels
- Provides more than 25,000 streaming worldwide TV channels
- Provides more than 3,500 free internet games
- 77 differnet genres from Pop, Rock N Roll, Classical, Jazz
- Records your favourite radio + TV programs
- Automatically updates the latest station liste constantly
- One click to sort hottest station by contry and genre
- Great for travelers when away from home
- Auto run to access the internet without any search hassles
Operating System:
- Windows 2000/Windows XP SP2 (Recommended)/ Vista

- 2GHz or above

- Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish & Polish

- Radio: ADSL 1 Mbps above recommended
- TV: ADSL 2 Mbps above recommended
- Game: ADSL 2Mbps above recommended

- VGA / 1024x768

- IE6 or above

- 512 or above

- 10MB above

Windows Media Player:
- Version 9 or above
1 Year


So what is this?
Does it perform some kind of hardware function or is it just a collection of Internet shortcuts that will never be updated on a memory stick?

any computer

Windows 2000/Windows XP SP2 (Recommended)/ Vista

this looks like something out of Betterware catalogue
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