The leading maker of broadcast and Internet-connected digital radios, PURE has announced the availability of its new PURE Sensia, which the company claims as the world’s first high resolution DAB digital and Internet-connected radio with unique, large 5.7-inch colour touchscreen and advanced user interface, featuring PURE Clearsound technology for 30W RMS of impressive stereo sound, input for iPod/MP3 player, alarm, countdown timer, sleep timer, FM radio, 3.5mm stereo headphone socket and PURE’s award-winning Flow technology.
Highlights And Functional Of PURE Sensia:
- 5.7″ TFT colour touchscreen with 640 x 480 pixels resolution
- Two full-range 3-inch drive units, each with 15W RMS
- Enjoy Internet radio, wide range of FM and DAB stations, many with station slideshows
- Thousands of podcasts available anytime including popular comedy shows, sport chat, current affairs, language learning, kid stories and more
- Saves unlimited internet favourites via the PURE Lounge (www.thelounge.com)
- Streams your digital music collection from home PC or network storage device via Wi-Fi technology
- Supports a growing set of custom PURE ‘Apps’ including weather, news, Picasa, Facebook and Twitter
- Optional rechargeable PURE ChargePAK battery pack offers up to 10 hours of portable listening to Internet content anywhere within range of the Wi-Fi network
- Comes with colour-coded RF remote control
- Dimensions: 166 (H) x 280 (W) x 180 (D) ; Weight: 1.9kg
“PURE made its name as the company behind the success of DAB. We’ve since created a market leading and multi award-winning, internet-connected product range with our Flow series,” said Paul Smith, general manager of PURE. “Sensia is the next major innovation from PURE, which I am confident will bring radio to a whole new ‘Facebook’ generation while still inspiring our traditional customer base. Radio will never be the same again.”
The new revolutionary PURE Sensia Internet-connected digital audio system that offered in bright red, vivid yellow, sleek black and cool white colours is expected to be available beginning November 2009 for around £250.