Pure releases ONE Flow Internet-connected digital radio

$249 Pure ONE Flow available now in Australia

The Pure ONE Flow is the company's cheapest Internet-connected digital radio in Australia, with a recommended retail price of $249.

The Pure ONE Flow is the company's cheapest Internet-connected digital radio in Australia, with a recommended retail price of $249.

Leading DAB+ digital radio manufacturer Pure has released a new Internet-connected digital radio, the ONE Flow. The Pure ONE Flow joins other Pure DAB+ digital radios like the Oasis Flow, Evoke Mio and ONE Elite in Pure's Australian portable line-up, and is the cheapest Internet-connected model the company has released.

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Using Wi-Fi to connect to a user's home network, the Pure ONE Flow can access a list of thousands of Internet radio stations and podcasts, as well as Pure's library of ambient and environmental sounds.

Also released today was the Pure i-20, the company's first digital iPod dock. Audio can be played back from a compatible Apple iPod or iPhone through the Pure i-20's digital audio outputs, preserving audio quality and reducing interference. The i-20 incorporates optical and coaxial digital outputs and analog RCA audio outputs as well as component, S-Video and composite video connectors.

The Pure ONE Flow digital radio is available now in Australia for $249. The Pure i-20 iPod dock is also available for $149.

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