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Pure’s Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow internet radios now on sale in America

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2010

Pure’s lineup of internet radios were supposed to ship to the US in July. Sadly, the company had some problems, but the good news is that the Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow will still be arriving in time for the holidays.

The company just announced that these are on sale now in America, with all three shipping right now. They are also offering a 15 percent discount and free shipping for all orders placed before next Monday. Better late than never.

Pure Twilight Alarm Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

The Pure Twilight Alarm Clock won’t wake you up by asking if you are team Jacob or team Edward, despite it’s name. But it is a dawn simulator lamp and digital radio in one. This alarm clock comes with several alarm settings. You can wake to a tone, a digital radio, an FM radio, or special alarm tones including “church bell” and “cockerel” or natural sounds like “wind chimes”, “dawn chorus” and “cicadas”.

They all sound annoying to me. This device also uses several bright LED lights to simulate a gentle sunrise before the alarm goes off, allowing you to slowly wake up instead of being jolted awake. It also has a PowerPort, which lets users charge their cell phones or PMPs.

Pure’s stylish internet radios ship to America on July 1st

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2010

Pure has been a stranger to the US market, which is a real shame since they have some of the sexiest internet radios ever produced. A while back, the company announced that would be changing soon and now we know when.

The Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow will all be available in the United States on the first of July, with prices set at $229, $249 and $139 respectively. Initially, they’ll be available through Pure’s website alone and we hope at stores soon after.

Pure drops five internet radios in the US

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

Pure is known for unusual and elegant radios. Unfortunately they have not been available in the US. Well, now Pure is correcting that oversight with five WiFi radios. There’s the Sensia, shown above which features a 5.7-inch touchscreen, an oval enclosure and access to the Pure Lounge: a portal that gets you into internet radio stations, Twitter and Facebook. There’s also an auxiliary input jack. All for $349.

The $449 Sirocco 550 is like a mini boombox with the WiFi radio capabilities, a USB socket, iPhone and iPod compatibility, a CD player and an SD expansion slot. There’s also the $139 Siesta Flow alarm clock radio and the $249 Oasis Flow, which is rugged and waterproof.

Pure Siesta iDock iPod iPhone dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

Pure Siesta iDock iPod iPhone dockAnd the iPhone/iPod dock of the day is the Pure Siesta iDock, a stereo DAB/ DAB+/ FM clock radio complete with an iPod and iPhone dock. Need to take a Siesta? There’s a dock for that.

Enjoy your daytime nap with your favorite tunes with your iPhone or iPod docked. Some features of this dock include a large auto-dimming display, four quick-set alarms, sleep and snooze timers (Because who wants to wake up?) and 15 DAB/FM presets.

Pure’s Elan II digital radio does Pause and Rewind

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2009

Pure's Elan II digital radio does Pause and RewindPURE just launched the Elan II DAB/FM radio. Aside from the fact that it looks like a retro domestic radio, the most interesting aspect is that you can pause and rewind it. You can store and then play back certain broadcasts like traffic reports or sports scores.

If you press pause, the Elan will do a fake pause and stop playing out loud and record up to 30 minutes of any live digital radio broadcast. Just unpause it and listen to the end of the radio show. Intellitext and textSCAN lets users pause and control the scrolling text.

Microsoft’s Pink phones

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Microsoft's Pink phoneGizmodo has the skinny on the Pink.Project Pink is Microsoft’s new phone for regular joes. We heard rumors about the software months ago, but the hardware, as well as who’s making it has been a mystery. Anyhow, check out the first pictures of these Pink phones, the Turtle and Pure.

The phones will be made by Sharp and Pink will be aimed at the same market that uses the Sidekick. The Turtle kind of looks like a toy Palm Pre, while the Pure seems like your typical standard slider. Both are very…round-ish, with soft angles. Obviously plastic.


Pure Sensia DAB WiFi radio with touchscreen, streaming, Facebook

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

Pure Sensia DAB WiFi radio with touchscreen, streaming, FacebookPure Digital has just unveiled the Sensia, which is loaded with features and nice design. The style is futuristic, not retro and we love the 5.7-inch touchscreen (640 x 480). It boasts DAB and FM tuners and is also equipped with an 802.11g module to pull radio streams from the web and stream other media from networked PCs / storage.

Some other specs include two 3-inch full-range drivers, RF remote, optional rechargeable battery and a 3.5 millimeter socket for connecting to your other devices. Users can also access a bunch of applications for weather, news, Picasa or social networking.