1. Roberts Revival Cath Kidston

    Roberts Revival Cath Kidston

    Cath Kidston's flower-power version of Roberts' retro Revival radio

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  2. Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Aimed predominantly at women, the Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely is an easy listen with talk radio

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  3. View Quest WiFi200

    View Quest WiFi200

    This Viewquest wi-fi radio is a neat portable solution, but you may have trouble in finding somewhere to use it

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  4. Revo AXiS

    Revo AXiS

    A fine sounding and sonically strong internet radio, the AXiS is easy to use thanks to its well designed touchscreen menus

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    Available from £195
  5. Revo Pico RadioStation

    Revo Pico RadioStation

    Waterproof and supremely capable, the Revo Pic RadioStation is a simple to use and sonically gifted internet radio

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  7. Roberts Revival iStream

    Roberts Revival iStream

    We love this stylish and sophisticated retro offering from Roberts. Not only does it sound good, it looks the part as well

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    Available from £159
  8. Roberts Streamtime

    Roberts Streamtime

    Roberts does some cracking internet radios, but this isn't one of them, with its thin sound and cheap feel. You can buy better

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  9. Ruark Audio R1 MkII

    Ruark Audio R1 MkII

    Best DAB/FM radio, Awards 2012. Its retro looks belie a high-tech spec and top-notch sound

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  10. Pure Digital Evoke-1S Marshall

    Pure Digital Evoke-1S Marshall

    The Marshall's a must for any rocker out there: it goes up to 11, for goodness sake

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  11. TEAC T-R650DAB

    TEAC T-R650DAB

    It's been a long time since we looked at a tuner separate but unfortunately the TEAC T-R650DAB struggled to inspire us

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