The only flaw in the Inno’s construction is that the edges of the brushed metal bezel on the front are sharp, not smoothed down to the level of the surrounding case.
At first I thought this only affected my Inno, but I’ve seen it mentioned in other reviews too.
Although portable satellite receivers have been around for a few years, recent models have matured considerably compared to some of their predecessors.
In this review, we’ll be covering the Pioneer Inno, XM’s top of the line portable receiver.
When you put the Inno in its cradle, the screen and keypad rotate to match.