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Pure Evoke Flow

$230.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact form factor. Built in WiFi. Affordable price considering what you get.

The Cons:Very glossy. Only compatible with Pure's proprietary battery packs - no 9V! Difficult to find and expensive. Mediocre sound quality.

The Pure Evoke Flow is a portable Internet radio device built with advanced technologies commonly found in more recent electronics. The product acts as a standard radio and uses the PURE Lounge to pick up Internet radio stations, programs and podcasts.

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It does this by using the same WiFi technology computers and laptops use to connect to the Internet wirelessly. Aside from browsing different Internet stations, the radio can also connect to a computer/network storage device and stream media from it, making it so that owners can listen to their own collection of music away from home. The Pure Evoke Flow also has touch-sensitive controls, a OLED display and has a handy alarm clock function.


  • DAB digital radio and FM with WiFi Internet
  • Can stream WMA (Standard V9), WAV, AAC, MP3, MP2 and Real Audio
  • Stream music from networks and computers
  • Compact and portable
  • Touch-sensitive controls
  • OLED Display

User Reviews (1)

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    compact form factor

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    built in WiFi

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    affordable price considering what you get

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    listen to podcasts, internet radio, regular FM, or even stream your own music off your PC

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    convenient and stylish carrying handle

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    great controls - intuitive touch sensitive buttons and knobs

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    proprietary yet free Lounge website makes customizing your favourites possible for easy access from your radio

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    detailed single colour OLED display

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    great menus

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    battery pack will give up to 24 hours of wireless playback

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    very glossy

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    only compatible with Pure's proprietary battery packs - no 9V! Difficult to find and expensive

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    mediocre sound quality

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    difficult (if possible) to find in North America

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