Summary: I own 4 other internet radios and the UK based Pure looked interesting. I like the simple utilitarian look and rubberized finish. The display is simple monochromatic and text based. Performance is great in terms of sound, menu navigation and The Lounge station selection. Plenty of radio goodness here. With the optional rechargeable battery pack this becomes a solid room to room radio that is free of the AC wall wart. Terrestrial reception with FM RDS is great.
Summary: I am very impressed by the two PURE internet radios that I own - quality through and through. Set up was a snap and their web site "The Lounge" is second to none. Not only do they have tons of stations but adding your own URL's are a breeze. I can't review PURE's support since I haven't needed it, however, their support page will probably answer most questions.
Summary: My 14 year old son bought this radio after a great deal of research. He couldn't wait for it to arrived and went right to experimenting with the FM and internet radio capabilities. (Please note, this radio does not offer AM, if you like to listen to ball games you are out of luck) He was very excited about his purchase until the RADIO STOPPED WORKING IN TWO DAYS!!! The LED display froze up and nothing could be done to get the radio to work.
Summary: Ever since I purchased this radio, it has been playing my favourite Christian channel 106.9 the light through the internet. It often loses signal from my wireless though and I do wish the sound could go up slightly higher but other than that, it's perfect. Small and neat and battery life (purchased battery separately) is good.
Summary: This works OK, but in spite of the description, it is not portable unless you spend another £28 on a rechargeable battery. This is a seriously misleading advert and I'm also going to contact Amazon directly about it.
Summary: I bought the Pure One Flow Portable Streaming System mainly to have access to internet radio around the house. First thing you will notice is that it is not 'portable' unless you buy the Pure Charge Pak. For a less portable option you may like to use an Ethernet connection. Well yes, you can but only after you've bought the special Pure adapter.
Summary: This is a fantastic Internet/DAB Radio. It is very easy to set up. The controls are intuitive and easy to grasp.Despite having only one speaker, it produces excellent sound. I recommend it strongly to anyone who wants to listen to radio on their travels, now that short-wave broadcasting has declined.