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Pure One Flow

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This snazzy affordable FM/DAB radio from Pure rocks up with Wi-Fi capabilities, enabling internet radio, listen-again programmes, podcasts and provides access to the company's new Spotify alternative, Pure Music. Additionally, by making use of the Flow Server feature, users are able to tap into their own iTunes song library.

The One Flow is highly portable with an optional rechargeable battery pack too, so could be the perfect bathroom companion for a relaxing soak. It has recently been launched in a white colour, which might well appeal to your other half. A sound choice for Valentine's, for sure.

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Verbatim Store'n'Go USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

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An external drive for your other half this Valentine's Day may seem a rather thoughtless present, but panic phone calls from girlfriends whose internal drives have packed in can be a frustrating occurrence for any partner on tech support duties. And every woman would certainly agree: it isn't worth losing all those photographs, no matter how many of them may have already been upped to one's Facecrack profile.

This 1TB plug n play option from Verbatim comes with the latest USB 3.0 port for faster transfers. There are also heaps of software thrown in to aid with the backup process, such as Nero BackItUp and Burn Essentials, as well as Verbatim's Green Button energy saving software, which suspends the HD from spinning while not in use.

Verbatim Store 'n' Go USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

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