This looks pretty cool even though the press release from Audiovox at the CES Show in Las Vegas did not include an image. We have a lot of press releases coming out of the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas that we are going to be posting so stay tuned for all the latest news! I will keep my eyes peeled for an image and update, but if anyone has a shot in the wild of the Audiovox XMp3i, please drop us an email! 

Audiovox Adds XMp3i Portable Satellite Radio to Line
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — International CES, Booth 11006-10506 – Audiovox Corporation (NASDAQ:VOXX) today announced that it will be supplying the XMp3i from SIRIUS XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI) as part of its line-up. XMp3i will carry an MSRP of $229.95.

XMp3i is SIRIUS XM’s smallest and most innovative portable satellite radio and MP3 player. Loaded with features, the XMp3i is capable of recording up to 100 hours of live XM programming, including up to 10 hours of songs from XM’s commercial-free music channels, and gives users the ability to pause, rewind and replay up to 30 minutes of live satellite radio at the touch of a button.

The XMp3i also features SIRIUS XM’s revolutionary PowerConnect(TM) technology. With a PowerConnect(TM) Vehicle Kit (sold separately) users can enjoy satellite radio anywhere they drive through their vehicle’s FM radio. The color-coded vehicle dock is simple to connect for easy Do-It-Yourself Installation in any vehicle.

Tom Malone, president of Audiovox Electronics Corporation stated, "The addition of this innovative new model further strengthens the SIRUS XM line that we supply and further expands our relationship with SIRIUS XM. We believe there is an appetite among consumers for this product and we look forward to placing it with our retail customers."

In addition, an enhanced Programming Guide provides subscribers with more ways than ever to discover their favorite shows and music. XMp3i is also compatible with "The Best of SIRIUS" programming package, and boasts a slot for a microSD(TM) memory card to make it easy for listeners to add and enjoy more of their personal music library.

Visit Audiovox Corporation @ the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s largest tradeshow for consumer technology at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth 11006-10506 in the Central Hall.

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  1. How to change FM radio to bluetooth? I’m currently using a dongle from Chatter Box but it is interferring with the operating of the bluetooth from my cell phone.

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