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  1. Pure Evoke-3 review

    Pure Evoke-3 review

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    Pure's good reputation is further fuelled by brother number three in Pure's Evoke range. What differs from its forebears is the combination of a larger screen with massive recording capabilities - up to 1GB from its front-loaded SD card slot

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    Pure One review

    Pure One review

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    Imagine if Apple released a budget version of its iPod that was made of black shiny plastic and didn't have a clickwheel - and cost just £50. That may not be Apple's style, but that's the approach Pure Digital has taken with its One DAB radio

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    Pure Evoke-3 review

    Pure Evoke-3 review

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    Pure's good reputation is further fuelled by brother number three in Pure's Evoke range. What differs from its forebears is the combination of a larger screen with massive recording capabilities - up to 1GB from its front-loaded SD card slot

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    Pure Oasis review

    Pure Oasis review

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    Top quality gear also comes at a price. In the case of Pure Digital's latest DAB radio, it's got nothing to do with money. Pure's other suggestion that the Oasis is portable may be true, but personally we wouldn't want to lug this around for too long

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    Pure PocketDAB1500 review

    Pure PocketDAB1500 review

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    Pure Digital's version of the portable DAB manages to be bigger and better than many rivals, this despite the fact that it doesn't allow MP3 playback. Pure Digital does make a unit featuring MP3 functionality, but it's bulkier and pricier than this option

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    Pure Digital ONE review

    Pure Digital ONE review

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    Imagine if Apple released a budget version of its iPod that was made of black shiny plastic that didn't have a clickwheel - and cost only £50. That may not be Apple's style, but that's the approach Pure Digital has taken...

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    Pure Digital One review

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    Well, this DAB radio doesn't look like it's at the forefront of the digital revolution. Its frumpy design has more in common with AM/FM kitchen radios of yesteryear.

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    Pure PocketDAB 1500 review

    Pure PocketDAB 1500 review

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    The maker of a popular line of kitchen DAB radios has turned in a portable radio that's stylish and works well. When switched on, the 1500 takes about two minutes to tune in which isn't ideal...

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    Pure Sonus - 1XT review

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    As Apple is to digital music players, Pure is to digital radio - a pioneer, a first mover, a charismatic brand that shouts "accept no substitute". Faced with competition from every direction, Pure is fighting back with the Sonus-1XT

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