Philips WACS 700

Philips WACS 700

The Philips WACS 700 ($1,000) holds up to 750 CDs on its 40 GB hard drive and streams them via WiFi to satellite speakers around your house. With its cool sleek design and state of the art technology... how can you go wrong?

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