Way back in 2003 we brought you news of the Exstreamer, a wireless MP3 streamer that looked a bit like it was designed by Industrial Light & Magic. Today brings us an updated version of said streamer and it no longer looks like a child's box of crayons.
The Exstreamer 100 really excels at streaming MP3s, seeing as though that's all it does. Once connected to your home network, the Exstreamer will stream MP3s, as well as G.711 and PCM files over Cat.5 cable. Since the Exstreamer is now lead-free, it can make its long-awaited EU debut. Move over Hasselhoff, there's a nice European star in town.
An IR remote control is sold separately, but the $195 Extsreamer can be controlled via a Web interface, so all hope of running this bleeding edge technology is not lost.
UPDATE: Rather than pass the buck, let me announce to the world that I am indeed blind. The Exstreamer 100 is not wireless, but wired, which makes perfect sense for 2006. The rest of the above still applies, but, you know, with with wires. Thanks to Claus Hingebjerg for pointing out the folly of my ways.