Digital News Report – Internet radios are becoming more popular as consumers look for ways to stay connected to their favorite music or talk stations from around the world.
Pure, a UK company specializing in sound equipment, introduced the ONE Flow at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES2011) in Las Vegas this week.
Even if you are outdoors you can listen to radio stations over the Internet. The ONE is portable and can connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Besides live broadcasts, the radio can play podcasts.
If you are out of range, the ONE includes a FM radio with 40 presets. There is a sleep timer, two alarms and a kitchen timer. There is an auxiliary input connector so you can connect your iPod or MP3 player. The radio includes a speaker plus headphone jack. Connect the ONE to your computer via a USB connector.
The radio uses Flow technology to stream Internet broadcasts. The context-sensitive controls give users an intuitive ergonomic listening experience. Find and input some of your favorite internet radio stations and access them quickly.
By Mark Williams