I confess, I'm preaching the dream but up until a month ago I wasn't living it. The dream is, of course, distributed audio: I'm a huge fan of keeping all your music digitally on some server in your house, and streaming it wirelessly to whichever room you're sitting in, but I've never had the money or time to set up such a system myself. Of course, for many DIY installers the flagship is Sonos' incredible Digital Music System (reviewed by SlashGear last November), but there are other - cheaper - ways to enjoy your favourite albums while cooking, ironing or pooping.
TerraTec's NOXON iRadio is one such way. A compact, 215x120x110mm box weighing just 1kg, it not only streams your digital music collection but can access thousands of internet radio stations, all played through the built-in speaker. An 802.11g WiFi adaptor takes care of wireless connectivity, as well as a standard ethernet port for network traditionalists, with control managed either by front-panel buttons or IR remote.