1. Tangent Quattro MKII

    Tangent Quattro MKII

    Classy internet radio – an exciting, clean listen

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  2. Pure Evoke Mio

    Pure Evoke Mio

    You can buy the Evoke Mio in one of five fetching colours, and it sounds good too, but the competition is fierce at this price level

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  3. Roberts Revival

    Roberts Revival

    You may or may not like the retro styling of this Roberts, but it sounds superb

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  4. 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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  5. Roberts iDream

    Roberts iDream

    The iDream is packed with functionality, but sounds thoroughly underwhelming

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  7. 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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  8. Tivoli Audio Networks Global

    Tivoli Audio 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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