1. Pure Pop Midi with Bluetooth

    Pure Pop Midi with Bluetooth

    A neat bedside radio, but we have certainly heard better

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  2. Aves Air

    Aves Air

    A good little unit, as long as you can accept the shortcomings

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    Available from £28.95
  3. Revo Pixis

    Revo Pixis

    This touchscreen-toting unit is definitely worth a listen

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    Available from £69
  4. iLuv Vibro Classic II

    iLuv Vibro Classic II

    The old-fashioned clock-radio is brought up to date with iDevice compatibility – but at an old-school price

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  5. Q2 internet radio

    Q2 internet radio

    Read our Q2 Internet radio review, plus all the latest TV, Blu-ray, hi-fi and home cinema reviews, from the experts at whathifi.com

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  7. OXX Digital Blue Classic

    OXX Digital Blue Classic

    Tidy design backed up by credible performance

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  8. View Quest Retro 1

    View Quest Retro 1

    More than talented enough to warrant a place at the top table

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  9. Sony XDR-S16

    Sony XDR-S16

    Cheerfully retro sound, hefty and attacking sound

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  10. Roberts Expression

    Roberts Expression

    Another strong Roberts radio, with sweet sounds and sophisticated looks

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    Available from £77.98
  11. Pure Digital One Classic II

    Pure Digital One Classic II

    The Pure One Classic II is a gentle upgrade of the splendid original

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