Our Verdict It's a good looking mini DAB, but this Magicbox needs to become a good performer as well For Stylish looks comfortable headphones Against Thin sounding display glares slow responses Reviewed on 23rd June 2010 The Touch Handheld adds a bit of glamour to things with a glossy black fascia, touch-sensitive buttons and bright display. It boasts 40 presets and eight hours' battery life. Even the headphones are a relatively comfortable, secure-fitting in-ear design. But, your interest is only short-lived. The buttons are slow to respond, and glare and reflections from that glossy screen prove a major distraction. You'll also be distracted by the sound – but for all the wrong reasons. Radio sounds thin, weedy, and small-scale. This needs less of an emphasis on form and a lot more on function. See all our DAB radio Best Buys More after the break Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Related News Roberts celebrates 85 years with Revival revival Wed, 23 Aug 2017, 12:16pm Pure's new Siesta S6 radio looks muy bien Wed, 26 Jul 2017, 04:48pm BBC Proms to be broadcast in lossless audio for the first time Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 09:46am Roberts celebrates its 85th anniversary with a turntable Wed, 05 Jul 2017, 04:51pm Mondo+ is the world's first internet radio with Chromecast built-in Mon, 10 Apr 2017, 03:39pm Hi-Fi Magicbox Radios Touch Handheld Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.