Pocket DAB price slash

Future generations - the kids of 2006, at least - will look back and laugh at the idea of grown adults buying £150 pocket DAB radios in 2005. £150? Fo

Future generations - the kids of 2006, at least - will look back and laugh at the idea of grown adults buying £150 pocket DAB radios in 2005. £150? For a radio? Happily, things are a changin', and the herald of this cost-cutting revolution is the Nevada ND-01, a lovely-looking £80 DAB/FM radio that faintly resembles a Samsung MP3 player. It's not the cheapest DAB radio ever - that title goes to this £70 Bush DAB - but it is the cheapest DAB/FM combo. Price aside, the spec's standard but good. It has 12 presets, a 10 hour battery provided by two supplied Ni-MH AAs - you can recharge them in-situ via the mains adapter - and weighs 160g, about the same as a 20GB iPod. You can join in this price rebellion by buying an ND-01 now from Nevada's online shop.