How many of you out there still listen to traditional terrestrial radios? If you're tech savvy and are pretty up to date when it comes to audio players, then the radio is all but extinct to you. After all, with the 160GB iPod Classic boasting more than enough space to store weeks upon weeks of high quality songs, it makes more sense to listen to the songs that you like instead of the random tunes pumped out by the local DJs. The Magno Radio, designed by Singgih Kartono of Indonesia is one great looking radio crafted from sustainable ebony wood, so don't feel bad about picking one up. In addition, they're all hand made by Indonesians living in high unemployment areas, so that ought to earn you even more brownie points with Santa when Christmas rolls around. You will be able to choose from three different sizes, with each radio featuring an AM/FM radio, two shortwave bands, and a line-out port for connecting an external audio source. They retail for $200, $250, and $300, depending on the size preferred.