Cambridge Audio has scooped a CES 2011 Innovation Award here in Vegas.
The British company picked up the accolade for for its NP30 network music player which enables 24-bit audio playback, has access to streaming music services and internet radio stations and will stream audio from any UPnP-equipped device.
Slated for a Spring 2011 release, the Cambridge Audio NP30 network music player will set you back £400.
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