XM now offers radio with color screen


This week, XM announced its first ever radio with a color screen, the XpressRC. The unit, to be manufactured by Delphi, features a split-screen with one half showing the song that is currently playing and the other half showing what’s playing on up to three other channels, reports BetaNews. The XpressRC also lets you record up to 10 favorite songs for later listening. Another new feature includes the Frequency Finder option, which automatically finds the best empty FM frequency for playing XM over a car stereo. The XpressRC will be available in October for 170 bucks.