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Pure Evoke Mio

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Overall 7

Pure Evoke Mio review

PC Advisor
14 September 2014
  • Summary: The latest eye-catching number from Pure is the Pure Evoke Mio portable digital radio. It's the Pure Evoke-1S digital radio, but with a new outfit that comes in a variety of colours with a suede and leather-effect finish.
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Pure Orla Kiely Evoke Mio DAB Radio Review

24 September 2013
  • Conclusion: Overall the Evoke Mio is a beautiful object adorned with a beautiful choice of designs, but it’s not quite rugged enough for something you’d expect to take on a picnic or sling in the kitchen. Forego the battery pack, and give it a safe shelf in the living room, however, and you’ll have a decorative hint of 1960s style, plus a damned good radio to enjoy.
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Overall 8

Pure's Evoke Mio is a portable digital radio with a delightful design

Good Gear Guide.au
2 May 2013
  • Summary: The Pure Evoke Mio is a gorgeous little digital radio with decent audio quality, but the price point is a bit of a let down
  • Pros: Cute as a button, solid build quality, good (but not outstanding) audio quality, rechargeable battery pack, energy saving mode
  • Cons: Audio quality suffers when paired with an MP3 player or PC, no bass or treble controls, slightly heavy for a portable radio
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Pure Evoke Mio Union Jack pictures and hands-on

Pocket Lint
9 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Apparently, there are a few "events" happening in the UK this summer. Well, we wish somebody had told us - we's planned a big Pocket-lint barbecue and now Prince Charles and Rebecca Adlington have cried off because they've got "something more important on". What could be more important than munching on one of Hunter Skipworth's famed pork and popping candy sausages, we ask you?
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Pure Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely hands-on

Pocket Lint
9 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Following the success of DAB specialist Pure's first collaboration with renowned designer Orla Kiely, the maker has introduced a further update of the Evoke Mio radio featuring a new print, and we were invited along to the designer's flagship store in central London for a sneak preview.
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Pure Evoke Mio receives colour injection

Pocket Lint
10 February 2011
  • Excerpt: The highly regarded Pure Evoke Mio radio has just hit town once again, this time with your kitchen in mind. The DAB specialist has introduced five colour choices pretty much guaranteed to suit every home between them. Each is finished in a leatherette material and all are actually very pretty indeed. To give them their proper names the colours are teal, lava, grape, cherry and noir, but to you and us that's blue, orange, purple, red and black.
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Overall 9

Pure Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

Pocket Lint
22 October 2010
  • Conclusion: With its chic designer finish, Pure's latest radio might look a bit too girly for some, but that doesn't stop if from being a great product. Along with the classy looks, we were impressed with the sound quality as well as how easy it it to use. Just make sure you check the DAB coverage in your area before parting with any cash. The Pure Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely will be on sale exclusively at John Lewis from early November and at independent retailers from March 2011.
  • Pros: Elegant design, sturdy build, good audio, easy to use
  • Cons: No internet radio
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Overall 8

Pure Evoke Mio

PC Authority
12 April 2010
  • Summary: It's stylish and fine sounding - but there are better at this price
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Démo de la Pure Radio Evoke Mio

3 November 2011
Overall 10

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
  • Cons: Leder-Gehäuse ist Geschmackssache
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