Magno wooden radio plays Indonesian village's best music

New York eco-boutique Areaware trotted out their line of sustainably harvested Magno wooden radios at this year's CES. Everything except the electronics themselves is made entirely of new growth wood by artisans in a small fishing village in Java.

The Magno comes in small and medium sizes, and features a cool mix of retro and Fisher Price-y styling. They do recommend oiling the uncoated surfaces of the radio "to encourage a deeper connection between user and object."

The multi-band radio — AM, FM and shortwave — includes wood-wrapped jacks to connect your iPod or other MP3 player in the back. A small one retails for $200, a medium for $250.