The Face
January 1995

It has to be said that listening to your transistor radio in public has something of the nerdy anorak about it, especially if you're using the white, surgical-looking earphone that came with it. However, a US company called American Technology Corporation has made a bid to redeem the habit with the Ultralite 2000, which at 4 centimetres long is the smallest mass-market FM radio ever. By this time next year, listening to the football results on Saturdays or the chart on Sundays may be truly micro-fashionable. Or not. More information on 0101 619 679 2114.


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