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Date posted: 13/01/2009

German audio equipment maker Blaupunkt and Australia's miRoamer have teamed up to produce the first Internet car radio, giving drivers access to tens of thousands of Web radio stations.

George Parthimos, chief executive of miRoamer, said the Blaupunkt 600i is the first "purpose-built Internet car radio, where the Internet radio capabilities are an ingredient part of the actual unit itself."

"It will have everything you'd expect to find in a medium- to high-end radio -- AM/FM, CD, MP3 -- with the added ingredient of Internet radio," he said of the device, which was unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.

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