Pure's new line of Internet-connected radios is impressive, but my favorite of the bunch is the Contour, which lets you connect your iPhone or iPod via a retractable dock (see video below). The crescent-shaped, piano black radio features Pure's Clearsound technology, which was a bit difficult to test in the very noisy CES Unveiled show. I've used Pure's digital radios in the past, however, and have been impressed with the clean sound quality. The Contour also has video outputs so you can view videos from your iPhone or iPod on your TV.
Pure's digital radios use Flow technology, which connects you to hundreds of stations from around the world. The interface is simple to use and you can easily waste an entire day finding new (and bizarre) radio stations to tune into. Russian punk, anyone?
The Contour will be available this March for an MSRP of $300, but you can pre-order them now by visiting store.pure.com.
Other new products to the Pure line include the ONE Flow ($150), an eco-friendly and affordable radio and the i-20 ($100), a iPod/iPhone dock that supports all analogue video formats. Both are currently available from Pure's online store.
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