Pure Evoke Flow puts Internet radio stations in your pocket

Aug 26, 2008
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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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