A compact, no-nonsense offering from Sony, the S60 features a slightly retro design and comes in red, white or black. Boasting Sony's heritage in quality audio, it can be powered by battery or mains and includes a four-line LCD screen and a host of simple controls. You'll also get 10 station presets and a sleep timer plus a headphone jack for when you don't want to disturb anyone.
Tivoli Audio PAL+
The PAL – or Portable Audio Laboratory – has been around for over ten years, but it took Tivoli a while to add DAB to the mix. Now fully capable of receiving digital radio, the PAL+ comes in a range of bright colours and the water resistant design means that it's good for using outdoors, as does the rechargeable battery. It also functions as an alarm and there's an input for hooking up your mobile.
Naim UnitiQute 2
The price tag may be rather steep, but by hi-fi standards, it's really rather affordable for an all-in-one player. Along with DAB, the second-gen UnitiQute can also stream audio files up to 24bit/192kHz so that you can listen to music from your computer or NAS drive while the metal casing provides tank-like build quality. It ain't cheap, but this is an ideal choice for audiophiles.
Philips DAB+ Dock for iPod/iPhone Original Radio
Based on the 1950s Philetta radio design, this particular version of Philips' Original Radio includes a DAB tuner. Mixing old design with new technology, the unit includes a central iPhone/iPod dock that enables playback from, and also charges, your iDevice. The Bass Reflex Speaker System means plenty of meaty bass with minimal distortion so it's great for room-filling sound.
Pure One Mi Series 2
This hand-sized model is Pure's most affordable DAB radio yet and is available in black or white. The pared down design has all the features you'd expect including a scrolling LCD screen along with 16 presets and the option of adding Pure's additional battery pack. The audio isn't exactly room-filling but it's perfect for small spaces or if you simply haven't got much cash to spare.
Roberts Radio Sovereign
Launched in 2013 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation, the Sovereign is based on the old T500 which was first released in 1964. The leather-look finish is available in three regal colours – Windsor Green, Sandringham Burgundy and Balmoral Blue – and features an amber-backlit display along with gold-plated fittings, a large loudspeaker and one-touch access to your favourite station.
Pure Move 2500
This is a great buy if you want digital radio on the go. Popular with sports fans – largely because of digital-only station BBC Radio Five Live Sports Extra – the radio's rechargeable battery offers up to 15 hours listening time from a single charge and can be topped up using the USB charger. The Move 2500 also comes with noise-isolating in-ear headphones and offers separate bass and treble controls for you to get the ideal audio mix.
Ruark Audio R7
Inspired by 1960s design, the R7 takes the idea of an old radiogram and brings DAB to the table (literally). The beautifully designed digital radio also brings wireless streaming over Bluetooth, internet radio with it to form a 2.1 all-in-one audio system. It's even got an old school CD player for those that are still clinging onto their disc collection.