Excerpt: If the £40 Pure One Mini is just too maxi, here's the One Mi. But the Mi sounds as small as it looks, and as hard as it feels. Zingy at the top and undernourished at the bottom, it's a mediocre listen.
Excerpt: Growing up in the suburbs in the 70s and 80s, was there anything more quintessential than the old man doing the lawns, or clipping the hedge while listening to the footie on the transistor. As time has marched on so has technology and with the advent of digital radio, you might be forgiven if you fall into nostalgia wondering if the days of the portable radio are done and dusted. Enter the Pure one Mi, which is distributed by Pioneer.
Pros: Light, good sound, portable
Cons: Doesn’t come with chargePAK, no headphone jack
Excerpt: When you think of DAB radios you automatically expect to have to pay £50 and upwards. It's understandable: DAB radios have for the most part been expensive because they are normally made with high-end materials. Hoping to break that mould is the Pure One Mi, a budget DAB/FM radio.
Pros: Cheap, small, easy to use
Cons: Won't take regular batteries, only does DAB and FM, made completely from plastic and feels like it too
Summary: En lille kort test, er der blevet plads til ind i mellem, og denne gang tager vi et kort blik på en sjov lille radio. Et produkt der trods udviklingen nok stadigt vil være at finde om mange år, er den lille mobile radio. PURE har netop lanceret ONE Mi som en del af deres ONE serie.