The Pure Sensia's touch screen interface allows you to adjust volume, alarms, sources and settings. But the real ace is its apps – a menu of widgets will let you browse your pictures, check Facebook, the weather and Twitter.
Besides DAB and FM tuners, Pure has also managed to fit WiFi into the Pure Sensia. You can use that to stream songs from your PC or Mac and to scour the Internet's many radio stations for more unusual fare. German Chiptune anyone?
The Pure Sensia is also DAB+ ready meaning you'll be future proofed for when the new format is introduced sometime in 2010. The Pure Sensia is out now and will set you back £250. It looks like the most techy radio going and that's alright with us.
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