Pure's new internet radio, the Evoke Flow, is undoubtedly one of the sharpest pieces of kit to land on our desks this year. While it takes its cue from the recently announced Radiopaq, the fact it comes from such good stock makes it impossible to ignore.Launched in conjunction with a new web portal, Pure Lounge, which like Radiopaq's site allows you to snag online radio, podcasts and listen again shows on your computer and the radio, the Evolve Flow looks the business.As well as access to the net, you can use FM or DAB to listen to whatever takes your fancy while you're doing the ironing or changing the bed spread. There's also support for DAB+, with plans to bring out a music download service by the end of the year too.As with all Pure radios, the Evolve Flow is sturdy and weighty, and takes up the same design as the original Evolve. It's sharp, classic and easy on the eye. And it's a million miles from the tredny stylings of the Radiopaq Rp5.We've taken a few shots to give you an idea, so have a gander and stick around for a full review in the next couple of days.
Unboxed: Pure Evoke Flow
Pure's new internet radio, the Evoke Flow, is undoubtedly one of the sharpest pieces of kit to land on our desks this year. While it takes its cue fro