Conclusion: The Pure Evoke Flow is really more than just a radio. With internet streaming, built-in FM, ability to access your media and ability to upgrade the software wirelessly, its practically a window to your personal world.
Pros: Once you use it, it becomes essential, Decent sound, Upgradable software, Thousands of stations available
Cons: Clunky '90s display, Steep learning curve, Not as US centric as it could be.
Excerpt: One day a boom box made sweet, sweet love to a lunch pail and this designer-sleek internet radio with a fancy OLED display was born of that union. And it’s one bouncing baby of an audio device. First off, it’s beautiful.
Pros: Sleek and sexy touch-sensitive buttons and OLED face. Gives you a huge library for your ears, including podcasts, relax-sounds, Wi-Fi and FM stations and access to your iTunes. Better sound quality than most bedside devices.
Cons: Wonky interface takes time to master. Only portable with the proprietary ChargePAK E1. Alarm clock a bit too mild for our tastes. Static noise is pronounced when the volume is at max and the radio is on.
Conclusion: We've waffled on with a fair amount of EVOKE Flow praise, but we've yet to touch on one of the most important factors - sound. EVOKE Flow feature's PURE's commonly-used full-range 3in driver and provides a power output of 7W RMS.
This stylish DAB+ compatible digital radio can connect wirelessly to your PC
Good Gear Guide.au
28 August 2009
Summary: The Pure EVOKE Flow is a digital radio that adds extra multimedia features and integrated Wi-Fi networking to a well-designed piece of hardware. It’s expensive, but you get a stylish device for your dollar.
Pros: Wireless music streaming, great interface and screen, stylish design
Cons: Fingerprint magnet, sound quality doesn't justify the price-tag
Excerpt: I’m old enough to have fond memories of portable radios. These weren’t the large-juice-box-sized transistor radios that accompanied kids during the World Series but rather the antenna-bearing thick-hardback-sized radios your parents took to the beach to listen to the scratchy AM rock ‘n’ roll...
Pros: Audio input and output ports; can stream audio from your computer; scads of available Internet stations
Cons: Mono speaker controls can be confusing; no support for commercial streaming services
Excerpt: A couple of months ago we started rounding up radios of all different shapes, sizes and types to conduct a little bit of a face-off between them and determine the best choices for your kitchen entertainment.
Summary: Pure's new table radio has the power to tame the Internet
Pros: A radio-changing product (you won't go back to 'mere' DAB/FM afterward), Sound is good, The way it makes Internet radio integrate beautifully with conventional radio is remarkable, The Lounge's library of sounds is good
Conclusion: The Pure Evoke Flow is launched at a time where more and more manufacturers are getting into the internet radio market. Its offering on the hardware front, as we've come to expect from Pure Digital, is second to none.
Pros: DAB radio, Wi-Fi, Media Server feature, internet radio, OLED screen, touch buttons
Cons: Accompanying website not great, controls could be better on radio, no Ethernet connection
Conclusion: Evoke Flow er nyeste skud pÃ¥ stammen fra PURE, og leverer en DAB-radio med et par tricks i Ã¦rmet. For udover selve DAB-delen, har denne radio ogsÃ¥ indbygget trÃ¥dlÃ¸st netvÃ¦rk, og kan dermed streame musik fra netvÃ¦rket eller afspille webradiokanaler. Men mere om det senere.
Pros: Mange brugbare funktioner, lÃ¦kkert design, nem at bruge
Cons: Lyden kunne vÃ¦re bedre, Prisen er lidt hÃ¸j