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Review: Pure Contour 100i clock radio speaker

updated 01:41 pm EDT, Fri August 10, 2012

Last of a dying breed?

The days of speaker docks like the Pure Contour 100i are probably numbered, even if they'll continue to be made for a while. In an age of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, it makes less and less sense to limit people to the devices a specific connector format might support. Still, quality non-wireless docks exist, and they're especially handy for people who want to charge their devices and listen to them at the same time. We'll judge if the 100i is a worthwhile entry into the field.




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  1. ravemac.com

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    Joined: 08-06-08

    I disagree that their days are numbered. I love the high tech approach as much as the next guy, but regardless of the brand or cost the wireless setups get interference at times where I live and so I've settled on wired, no interference, charging setups and am very happy with them.

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