For many people who work in an office where radio signals aren’t strong enough to penetrate thick walls or live in areas where the available music isn’t to their tastes, internet radio is the only option. Pure has unveiled an entire new lineup of internet radios at CES 2010.
The new radios include the $349 Sensia with a digital tuner and internet radio and a color touchscreen. The device offers Facebook and Twitter connectivity. The Evoke Flow will sell for $229 and is a portable radio that can wirelessly connect the user to digital content. The Siesta Flow sells for $139 and is designed for bedside use with up to 365 alarm settings and a USB PowerPort for charging USB gear.
The Oasis Flow is a rugged radio that is weatherproof, durable and designed for people who like to listen to music outside. The Oasis Flow will sell for $249. The Sirocco 440 will retail for $449 and us a complete digital sound system. The device can play tracks from the iPod or iPhone, USB drives, SD cards, and CDs. Availability will be announced later this year.