Excerpt: DAB specialist Pure has given its popular Evoke Mio radio a makeover, and while rival brand Roberts Radio has previously collaborated with design guru Cath Kidston, Pure has teamed up with world-renowned designer Orla Kiely . Featuring the design expert's trademark stem print, the radio looks pretty as a picture and is sure to be a big seller in the run-up to Christmas, but is it any good? We put it through its paces to find out...
Pros: Elegant design, sturdy build, good audio, easy to use
Excerpt: Taking a break from hats and handbags, Orla Kiely (whaddya mean, ‘who?') has tried her hand at a designer radio. We think it's fair to say that this is one that's predominantly aimed at the ladies, but if it's to your tastes, then you'll be pleased to hear it's a Pure Evoke Mio underneath – a four-star radio that was certainly a contender in the DAB market last time we had our mitts on it.
Pros: Well specified, enjoyable listen with speech
PURE Digital Evoke Mio: retro, klein, klanggewaltig
18 December 2009
Summary: Radio hören viele nur noch im Auto. Schuld daran ist unter anderem die als schlecht verschriene Qualität des Sounds aus dem Äther. Doch das muss nicht sein: Das Evoke Mio von PURE Digital empfängt digitales Radio und bietet einen erstklassigen Klang. Wir haben getestet, was der kleine Retro-Kasten sonst noch drauf hat.
Pros: schickes Design, gut lesbares OLED-Display, perfekt abgestimmter Ausgang