1. Pure Digital One

    Pure Digital One

    The One is its entry-level DAB radio, and its performance means it should sell in shedloads

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    Available from £42.89
  2. B&O Beosound 3

    B&O Beosound 3

    If you’re the type of shopper who checks the price and then the product, look away now

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  3. Pure Digital Evoke-3

    Pure Digital Evoke-3

    The gadgets grab the headlines, but the Evoke-3 is fundamentally a great choice as a portable radio

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  4. Roberts RD50

    Roberts RD50

    Under the skin, all the RD50s are the same: a DAB/FM radio with some old-fashioned rotary controls

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    Available from £149.99
  5. Genus Geo 1

    Genus Geo 1

    The Geo 1 looks great and is a joy to use, but sound quality is merely average

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  7. Perstel DR301

    Perstel DR301

    This smart, sturdy pocket unit isn’t content with just being an FM and DAB radio – it also includes an SD memory card slot

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  8. Denon TU-1800DAB

    Denon TU-1800DAB

    Uncovers a good level of detail thanks to its clear and relatively uncompressed delivery

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  9. Intempo KT-01

    Intempo KT-01

    The KT-01 looks, functions and sounds just how we like our digital radios (though maybe not in pink)

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  10. Pure Digital Evoke-1S

    Pure Digital Evoke-1S

    Here’s another spin on Pure’s original Evoke-1 portable radio, but this one really is portable

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  11. Pure Digital Evoke-2XT

    Pure Digital Evoke-2XT

    Sonically, the Evoke-2XT is noticeably broader and more authoritative than its smaller Evoke-1 stablemates

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