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Pure Evo Mio Radios: Retro Goodnes, Modern Sound

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If you’re the kind of person that loves retro-looking gear, then you’ll love these new radios launched by the UK brand Pure. The Evoke Mio comes all kinds of retro-trendy color schemes and will definitely set itself apart in your swanky pad.

evoke pure mio digital fm radio

In addition to the colorful pattern design by Orla Kiely shown here, the Evoke Mio comes in rose, paprika, seagrass, pepper, sage, and mustard colors. Each of these have a sort of two-tone leather finish that matches the front fascia. The Mio is also available in more traditional colors: teal, grape, cherry and black.

evoke pure mio digital fm radio

Despite its old school looks, the Mio has a digital and FM radio, an input for MP3 players and an OLED display. There is an extra power pack available for when you’re on the go and need some extra juice. Unfortunately, the Mio is designed primarily for Europe, bundling only a 230V power adapter, and the digital receiver either receives DAB in the UK or DAB/DAB+/DMB-Radio outside of the UK. Sorry, no HD Radio for the US market.

evoke pure mio digital fm radio

It will sell for £129.99 (~$204 USD) starting this June directly from Pure.

evoke pure mio digital fm radio

[via Fareastgizmos]



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