Today Logitech unveils two additions to its Squeezebox line of digital music players that can stream music from your home network: the Touch (left) and Radio (right). The Touch is a small tabletop unit that connects to your stereo, letting you play all your digital tunes — plus stream audio directly from services like Pandora and Sirius — via Wi-Fi (b/g/n). There's also a USB port and SD card slot should you ever need to fall back on the ol' sneakernet (it also does other tricks; see the comments below). As you'd expect, the Touch's 4.3-inch display is a touchscreen, sporting full-color menus. It'll cost $300.
The Squeezebox Radio, a standalone player with an integrated speaker, costs $200. It does pretty much the same thing as the Touch, just without the touchscreen or USB and SD ports. It also supports social networking, letting you browse music recommendations from friends on Facebook or Twitter, a feature oddly absent on the Touch.
I'm getting a little underwhelmed by the Squeezebox line. The Touch looks like a pricey refresh of the core model, while the Radio's essentially the Boom with a better display. Without video support, the pricing makes me feel a little short-changed by these media receivers. Anybody with me?