1. Pure Digital Evoke-2S

    Pure Digital Evoke-2S

    In design terms the Evoke 2S doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but with solid build, good OLED display and revamped ‘Clearsound’ amp technology, it offers a

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  2. Roberts SolarDAB

    Roberts SolarDAB

    Perhaps the perfect out-and-about radio – but if you can live without solar power you can buy the same sound for less

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  3. Tivoli Networks Global

    Tivoli Networks Global

    While it sounds good, we can find faults, which means we can’t wholeheartedly recommend you spend the money

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  4. Pure Digital One Elite

    Pure Digital One Elite

    Best desktop DAB up to £100, Awards 2010. Impressive DAB/FM radio. The strong tuner picks up a host of digital stations

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  5. Pure Digital One Mini

    Pure Digital One Mini

    One of the newest additions to the Pure range, the One Mini is a real fisherman’s friend of a radio, ideal for taking to the park or on holiday

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  7. Revo iBlik Radiostation

    Revo iBlik Radiostation

    It's compact, lightweight and solidly built and follows on from the Blik we reviewed earlier this year.

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  8. Roberts Stream 202

    Roberts Stream 202

    This DAB internet radio may have a good sound, but in terms of value we think you can do better elsewhere.

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  9. Pure Digital Evoke Flow

    Pure Digital Evoke Flow

    Internet radio gives you a choice of thousands of new stations, and Evoke's Digital Flow has some clever technology to help you find the best ones

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    Available from £129.99
  10. Terratec Noxon iRadio

    Terratec Noxon iRadio

    This internet radio has bags of features and functions

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  11. Orange Liveradio

    Orange Liveradio

    Orange's first internet radio has a unique online aspect that shows definite potential

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