Olive One media streamer

Olive Media has announced its Olive One HD music streaming player.

The firm is calling the Olive One the first all-in-one high definition (HD) music player. Olive will launch the One through the IndieGoGo crowdfunding platform next summer with a price of $399. See also: Use Google Music to listen to your music everywhere.

Dr. Oliver Bergmann, co-founder and CEO of Olive, said: "Olive One brings order and refinement to the music side of life. Those who care about quality, style and most of all music, will want to have this first-ever all-in-one HD music player."

It offers a 32-bit/384kHz DAC by Burr-Brown and dual HD amplifiers. Music can be accesses via the touchscreen or free apps for iPhone, iPad or Android. Wireless technology includes Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi with support for Wi-Fi Direct, Miracast and DLNA standards.

The Olive One will also be available with a hard drive built-in making it a personal cloud device. A 1TB model will cost $499 and 2TB will set you back $599.

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