I bought one on an Amazon Gold Box for $100 a while ago. I regret the purchase. A few notes:
The main function, and the only thing it's good at is the alarm clock. That being the case, it stinks that there is no battery backup. If power goes out and comes back on, your alarms and settings are restored from the cloud, but that doesn't help if it can't get a connection for some reason or the power isn't restored before your alarm is supposed to wake you.
It IS a pretty smart alarm compared to a simple clock radio. You can set multiple alarms for different times from different sources. The main volume and the alarm volume are separate, which is important if you like to go to sleep to quiet internet radio then wake to something much louder. The bummer is that all alarms use the same volume. I have another alarm clock that allows you to control the volume for each individual alarm and I like to have NPR news come on at reasonable volume at 530 then the loud alarm come on at 6. Separate volume for individual alarms isn't an option here. Because of this I no longer use it as a bedside alarm and switched back to my Neverlate Executive.
The sound quality is like that of a normal mono bedside clock radio. It can get pretty loud, so heavy sleepers are ok. The audio quality is acceptable at low volume but music and movies sound bad at high volume.
The "apps" are useless. Every one of them.
It takes a lot of clicks to get to where you want. If you want to listen to Pandora, you hit the snooze for a menu, click audio, then Pandora, then the station you want to listen to. Each selection is laggy and slow. It is tough to do anything quickly and the menus are not intuitive. I rarely use it for an internet radio because of this.
The touchscreen is antiquated and not very responsive.
It takes forever to reboot.
The best thing about it is that the alarms and settings are in the cloud. If you don't mind packing it in your suitcase you can take it to a hotel and plug it in and your settings are restored over wifi. The drawback to this is that some hotel wifi systems aren't very friendly when connecting to crappy computers like this alarm clock.
There is NO WEB BROWSER.
The Netflix app cannot browse Netflix, only display your cue. If a movie isn't already in your instant cue, you won't be watching it here. My cue is so big that it is too big of a pain to browse it and I don't use the Netflix app at all.
Wifi reception isn't great. I can stream high def netflix to my ipad in my bedroom. This thing can't even stream internet radio to my bedroom.
Apple ipod and iphone alarm clocks are better. Iphone alarms are just as loud. My antiquated work blackberry is loud too, and it's more reliable because it runs on a battery.
If you want a smart-ish bedside alarm clock that displays the weather and can wake you with internet radio this is a decent device and the Woot price of $70 is about right (maybe a little high). The $100 I spent and the $170 original retail is waaay too much.