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Pure Siesta Flow


$140.00 Released October, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:FM and DAB radio as well as built-in WiFi for Internet radio / MP3 streaming. Bright OLED display. Easy to set up.

The Cons:Cheap enclosure build quality compared to the more expensive competition, other models in Pure's lineup. Entering WiFi password is a chore. Slow and unresponsive touch interface.

Similar to the portable Internet radios created by the company, the Pure Siesta Flow is a digital Internet alarm clock that has numerous features that makes it rather unique. By using Pure's technology and WiFi connectivity, the alarm clock can stream Internet radio stations and podcasts.

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Because of the connectivity, it can also stream personal music collections from laptops and network storage devices, giving owners a wide variety of sources to choose from. Along with indicating what time it is, the Pure Siesta Flow also has an automatic volume tuner, 365 different Internet alarms and four quick-set FM/Internet/DAB tone alarms.

Features

  • Digital Internet alarm clock with WiFi connectivity
  • Can stream WMA (Standard V9), WAV, AAC, MP3, MP2 and Real Audio
  • Streams music from networks and computers
  • Automatic volume tuner
  • Four quick-set DAB/FM/Internet/tone alarms
  • 365 different Internet alarms

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Pros
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    FM and DAB radio as well as built-in WiFi for Internet radio / MP3 streaming

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    bright OLED display

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    easy to set up

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    designed for use as an alarm clock first - large snooze button, sleep timer, four separate alarms and a physical volume control

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    USB port for easy charging of your mobile phone or other USB-enabled device

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    respectable sound quality - good for a side table radio

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    affordable price for what it is

Cons
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    cheap enclosure build quality compared to the more expensive competition, other models in Pure's lineup

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    entering WiFi password is a chore

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    slow and unresponsive touch interface

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