The Pioneer AirWare XM Satellite Radio Receiver isn’t much of a pioneer in the handheld satellite radio market, mainly because it has the exact same features as the other current XM2go products, the two made by Delphi and Tao. The only thing that separates the three is their design: The Pioneer unit eschews the curvy look in favor of a sleeker, techier style that looks a bit like an oversize cell phone. It works just as well as the others, but we’re rating it just a bit lower because of a couple of drawbacks in its design. Like the other two XM2go models, the Pioneer unit has a very readable backlit 2.2-inch LCD that gives you information about the XM content you’re listening to as well as sports scores and stock tickers. It’s also roughly the same size (2.8 by 4.4 by 1.2 inches) and weight (7.2 ounces) as the others, though its less voluptuous shape feels slightly smaller in our hand. The buttons on the AirWare are laid out a bit differently than on the other models; the numerical keys are arranged in a classic telephone-style keypad. These are not nearly as prominent as those on the Tao unit,… Read full this story
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