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The system, available now at Walmart stores and online from RCATablets.com, has a suggested retail of $199. The RCA Internet Music System (model RCS13101E) combines a 7-inch Android tablet and a bookshelf stereo unit and is compatible with most popular Android music and video apps, the company said. The system allows users to stream their favorite audio entertainment from the Internet, view and listen to online videos by connecting a TV, and even take the Android control tablet to another room to be used independently or control the system’s speakers. The RCA Internet Music System bridges the gap between a streaming tablet device and the stand-alone shelf music system. With the combination of a quality tablet and a premium sound system, the consumer gets the best of both worlds. The tablet can be used for individual enjoyment independent of the sound system, or it can be wirelessly paired to the powered sound system to fill the room with music or a TV or movie soundtrack. Best of all, it’s an affordable option for consumers wanting a device that can play CDs, stream Internet music, surf the Internet and play online video content, said Stephen Jorge, U.S.
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