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PURE launches line of web-connected digital radios at CES

updated 04:30 pm EST, Tue January 5, 2010

New radios interact with PURE's Lounge

PURE at CES (South Hall 2, Booth #36604) has introduced a line of Internet-connected digital radios. The new line with five different models will allow radio users to access online content and interact with Facebook and Twitter as well as connect to PURE's media portal, the PURE Lounge, which features music content, favorite stations memory and mood sounds, with additional premium future content promised.

The new radios include the Sirocco 550 ($450), a digital sound system with enough power to be a primary system but compact enough for small rooms, it can access to internet content and can play digital music from portable iPod and iPhone devices, USB flash drives, SD flash cards and CDs. The Sensia ($349) features a large high-resolution color touchscreen with stereo sound, an input for iPods and access to applications such as Facebook and Twitter. 

The EVOKE Flow ($229) is a wireless-internet portable radio, while the Siesta Flow ($139) is an alarm-clock radio with touch sensitive controls, 365 alarm settings and a USB power-port for powering accessories. The Oasis Flow ($249) is a weatherproof portable radio with Internet connectivity for outdoor use.


Sirocco 550



Sensia



EVOKE Flow



Siesta Flow



Oasis Flow





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