Another week, another Pure Digital radio, this time the company has unveiled the £84.99 Pure Evoke D2, a digital radio, which judging by the pic is largely aimed at those who want a tranny for their kitchen.
To that ends it is finished in a solid wooden housing and comes in a Walnut veneer finish. It is smaller than a lot of its rivals, so it could moonlight quite happily as bedroom radio too.
Features wise it has a basic spec including an input for an iPod/ MP3 player, an alarm, sleep and snooze timers, 10 presets and a kitchen timer. It is mains operated but there is an optional rechargeable B1 battery pack (£27.99), which Pure claims gives users over 30 hours of portable listening per charge.
Nick Hucker, Pure’s director of marketing, says: “Consumers are increasingly looking for fresh and contemporary audio products that fit in with their home interior and size is often a key decision making factor. We are responding to this demand with Evoke D2 and giving customers the option to enjoy the award-winning Evoke features in a smaller footprint while delivering big sound.” More here.