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Pure drops its Evoke Flow web radio

Not to be outdone by Radiopaq, Pure has just outed its very first web radio, the Evoke Flow. Billed as the best internet wireless ever (well, they wou

Alongside the new machine, Pure’s also launched their own web radio portal, Pure Lounge. Like Radiopaq, it’ll act as a one–stop–shop for podcasts, listen again shows and online stations.

You can hook up to the Lounge via your radio or PC, saving favourites in both places. Seeing as it’s all wireless, you can easily synchronise and get all your saved content wherever you are. Gawd bless the internet!

In addition, you get FM, DAB and support for DAB+. There are even plans to bring direct music downloads to the Evoke Flow too, with an official announcement later this year.

It’s due out in September for a very reasonable £150. Keep ‘em peeled for a video review and in–depth hands–on soon here on Stuff.tv.


Pure Evoke Flow

Price: £150

On sale: September

Contact: Pure

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