There are still 45 more shopping days until Christmas, but we're already coming across a plethora of gift ideas for the Internet radio fan in your life.
First up is a device we've reported on before, but that's received renewed interest in the press lately (even getting a write-up in Wired). The Q2 ($130; pictured) can remember four Internet radio stations and you switch between them by turning the device on different sides.
For a bit more utility, Sony has released a digital photo frame in Europe capable of also streaming Internet radio stations. Its called the S-Frame WA700 and you can find out more here.
Meanwhile the Sonos Play:3 wireless speaker ($300; pictured at left) just received a glowing review from Cult of Mac (here). It can stream content from Pandora, iHeartRadio, Last.fm, Rdio, Rhapsody, Spotify and other services (more info here).
Finally, Russound has announced that their music streaming devices (including the $2,100 DMS-3.1) now support Apple's AirPlay technology. This allows you to stream web radio content from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad wirelessly to the Russound device. Twice.com has more here.
Planning to get a web radio device for a loved one this holiday season? Got an Internet radio gadget on your own wish list? Let us know in the comments!