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PC Advisor's 30 great Valentine's day gifts

30 romantic technology presents for February 14

If music be the food of love, part III

It's not too late spoil your loved one this 14 February. Whether you're aiming to woo a new flame or simply keep the home fires burning, we've got technological gifts both large and small that will make you popular this Valentine's day.

Digital radios

Digital radio gives listeners immediate access to a world of brilliant audio content. And these days DAB sets tend to be smart, desirable objects. Great gifts, in fact.

Pure Digital ONE

The best-selling DAB radio out there, the ONE comes in a choice of colours: white, black or a very eye-catching pink. We're not saying there's any stereotyping going on, but we notice that it's the black, rather than the pink model that Pure denotes as the TalkSport model.

Running off six size C batteries that ought to last as much as 35 hours between charges, the large central knob makes selecting a station dead easy, while a backlight helps you read onscreen details even in the dark. Now then, how about a late-night dedication?

You can pick up a Pure Digital ONE DAB radio set for around £55 online.

Pure Evoke 1XT Marshall DAB radio

One for rock gods everywhere. Based on the design of the Marshall amp, this is one cool digital radio. It can tune in to any of 55 different digital radio stations and has a full-range speaker with custom designed 3in drive unit. Active filters provide a natural 'direct-from-the-studio' sound which, as you might expect, is heavy on the bass.

The Pure Evoke 1XT Marshall costs around £100.

Pure Evoke 1XT Marshall DAB radio

Pure Evoke 1XT Marshall DAB radio

Click here for reviews of more great DAB digital radios.


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