Strapping an iPod dock to your audioware has been a no-branier for a little while but getting Apple to certify your product as "Works with iPhone" is a good bit of one-upmanship from Pure. Ladies, gentlemen and DAB freaks, meet the Sirocco 150 mini-system designed with digital music in mind.
It's got SD and USB slots, as well as the dock, for playback of MP3 and WMV files. No specific mention of AACs, so I can only assume that that's through pod/phone only action. Naturally, it takes CDs too and, of course, there's DAB provided you can actually pick anything up where you live.
The unit offers 25 Watts RMS and each speaker has a 4" mid bass and a 1.5" tweeters. It's out in June for £149.99 and, whatever you feelings may be about compressed music files and digital radio, you have to admit the Pure Sirocco 150 hits aesthetically.
Not sure why they left the dock as an external plug in seeing as it's a main feature. Probably something to do with internal space in the main box. How's that for some benefit of the doubt?
DAB and EcoPlus radio manufacturer Pure has jumped into the world of internet streaming toady with the launch of their online portal and accompanying Wi-Fi device.
The Evoke Flow is Pure's first Wi-Fi piece of kit and it's designed to synch up with their new internet site while the radio sits free of your computer wherever round the house you care to put it.
Pure has named the portal The Lounge...