Available in three finishes, the radio delivers Internet, DAB and FM radio, as well as streaming audio from your PC, boasting USB and aux inputs and large display with remote control.
There are three different wood finishes – walnut/gold, wenge/gold and cherry/gold. With connections and any control buttons hidden on the back of the unit, the slim, credit card sized remote control will come in handy, too. It's a mono speaker design but there's a separate speaker you can buy to upgrade to stereo should you desire.
As well as the capacity to stream audio from a PC over via a wired Ethernet connection or over your Wi-Fi connection, Tivoli was keen to point out the units can talk to each other should you buy more than one Networks Radio for your home. Though for the best of £500 a pop, Tivoli would say that.
One thing that did strike us at the launch was the browsing ability of the new radio. As well as being able to search by country, state or genre, there's also a station name search, which should make navigating the world of Internet radio a tad easier.