Reviews and Problems with Pure Sensia 200D Connect
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Pure Sensia 200D Connect
22 October 2012
Conclusion: An important but ultimately minor update to the original Sensia, the Pure Sensia 200D Connect makes a stylish accompaniment to just about any bedroom, lounge or kitchen. However, while the thing runs quick enough now thanks to an upgraded processor, the interface doesn't feel slick enough to relay all the content it has access to with anywhere near as much style as its exterior.
Pros: Has access to masses of content, Stylish design, Large screen, Respectable sound quality
Cons: Awkward interface, Little-to-no potential for Spotify et al in future
Excerpt: Packing FM, DAB and Internet radio, the Pure Sensia 200D Connect sits alongside the Pure Contour 200i Air on the Pure top table and takes on the likes of the Roberts ColourStream and the Magicbox Beam in the quest for radio touchscreen fun.
Pros: PureStream connectivity, Great touchscreen, Good sound quality
Cons: Expensive price-tag, Pixelated display, Battery cost extra