Pure Evoke Flow puts Internet radio stations in your pocket

Aug 26, 2008

PURE has just announced that they'll be releasing an Internet radio device that makes listening to your favorite stations a breeze. And get this: you don't have to be near a computer to enjoy them.

The Pure Evoke Flow radio will be released in the UK next month. The radio works by connecting wirelessly to a website that was just created specifically for the device called Pure Lounge. Once connected, you can stream a variety of stations. FM stations are also available for streaming on either traditional FM or digital audio broadcasts. This is not available in all areas, however.

You can make a list of your favorite stations on your computer and the radio. All in all, pretty neat device. However, I don't know if the asking price is worth it. At £150 which equals $277 in the US, I'd expect a bit more than an Internet radio streamer. But maybe that's just me.

[via OhGizmo!]

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