Q2 Radio Cube Controlled by Flipping

The radio is one of the oldest and simplest devices to operate. You basically just have to fiddle a couple of knobs to adjust the volume and search for a decent radio station. Internet radio designers are trying to simplify it even further by losing the knobs and buttons. Cambridge Consultants came up with Q2 Cube.

The Q2 Cube is an internet radio that you can control by tilting it in different directions, or by flipping in onto another side. A disadvantage is that you always have to be near the Q2 in order to control it.

Still it sounds like an interesting way to listen to music. But then again how difficult is it to fiddle a knob or touch a button?

Reports say the Q2 could be in stores before the year ends. No advise yet with regards to pricing.

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