Reviews and Problems with Pure Sensia 200D Connect
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Pure Sensia 200D Connect
11 January 2013
Conclusion: Pure still seems to be ahead of the game with its touch-screen interface for internet radio and by piling on the features, for not much increase in price, the Sensia 200D Connect is one of the best-featured music hubs -- much more than just a radio -- that you can buy for the price.
Excerpt: Pure has had a great 2012. Not only has the company broken from its traditional digital audio comfort zone with a HD television set-top-box - the Avalon 300R Connect - and shown it had a touch of British spirit with its Union Jack adorned DAB radios released during the Jubilee and Olympics, but it...
Excerpt: Pure is one of the most prolific producers of digital radios in the world, and are now producing units that have plenty of other features that just the ability to tune into your local and international radio stations.
Pros: Tonne of functionality; easy to use; lots of variety
Excerpt: We at Pocket-lint are big fans of Pure and its ever-growing range of DAB and internet radios. But the Pure Sensia, so long the flagship of the range, left a slightly sour taste in our mouth . It wasn't that we didn't like the Sensia. We loved it in fact.