XM and Delphi introduce the XM MiFi – satellite radio on the go. About the size of a PDA, you'll be able to take it with you where ever you go. For a suggested retail price of $349.99, Delphi packages in the unit, a home kit, car kit and rechargeable battery. Forbes.com / WashingtonPost.com completes a good overview of the product. In the past two years XM and Delphi have successfully shrunk the size of the receiver from the bulky unit that I have, to the smaller Roadie and Roadie 2. With the advent of a Walkman-type unit, I think it is only an amount of time until paying for satellite radio is just as common as paying for cable TV.
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