In addition to all of the Sprint and Sonos goodies we broke before Pandora's press conference last night, we mentioned the company would show off a Zing-powered Wi-Fi prototype. TechCrunch managed to shoot a few pics of it, and we were right: it was built by SanDisk, so it naturally looks like the Sansa Connect, only "longer and thinner." Details are still scant: no word on storage, price, release date, or final name, but this could turn out to be a sweet little device, so stay tuned.
Pandora's Zing-Powered Wi-Fi Prototype
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