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With the proposed digital switchover stalling, digital audio broadcasting has yet to dominate the airwaves. Pure's dedication to the format appears undaunted though with its new portable DAB and FM radio player announced this week.

The Pure Move 2500 is essentially a refresh on the company's previous model, the PocketDAB 1500.

Pure Move 2500

The redesign sees a new polished aluminium case with rotary dial selector, as well as the familiar black on orange LED display and ability to set 10 digital and 10 FM radio presets. It also comes with a set of passive noise-isolating earbuds.

But while the Move 2500 slims down in size, it also gets a shorter battery life, dropping to 14 hours playback, from the 24 hours the 1500 had to hand.

The Pure Move 2500 is available now for £90. ®

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