PC Advisor reviews the best DAB/Internet radios you can buy in the UK today. Updated 8 March 2011.
- Reviewed on: 14 June 10
- RRP: £69 inc. VAT
The Pure One Elite digital radio has a very fair price considering its features and audio quality. It's unobtrusive design makes it ideal for a bedside table or kitchen counter, and it is also lightweight, so you can take it with you easily.
Read our Pure One Elite review.
- Reviewed on: 22 April 10
- RRP: £229 inc VAT
The Revo Heritage Deluxe Table radio isn't so much a retro device as a really huge one. We've nothing against oversized dimensions or, indeed, its audio quality, but would have appreciated larger, less fiddly controls.
Read our Revo Heritage review.
- Reviewed on: 4 August 10
- RRP: £508.73 inc VAT
The Pure Avanti Flow is a versatile product. In addition to its DAB+ digital radio abilities it is a perfectly capable iPod dock and networked music player, with excellent sound quality and stylish construction. We have a few issues with its layout and the lack of Ethernet connectivity, but otherwise there are few criticisms that can be levelled at the Pure Avanti Flow.
Read our Pure Avanti Flow review.
- Reviewed on: 22 May 12
- RRP: £150 inc. VAT
If you have a little extra cash to spend and don't need a radio that you can plug an iPod into, then the Pure Evoke Mio might just be the digital radio for you.
Read our Pure Evoke Mio review.
- Reviewed on: 14 January 11
- RRP: £294.23 inc VAT
The Pure Oasis Flow DAB+ digital radio is an excellent product for outdoors types.
Read our Pure Oasis Flow review.