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Pure toughened up its radio range for travel-minded music fans this week, unveiling the Move 400D, a compact rugged digital and FM radio with an emphasis on enduring battery life.

The Move 400D - which supports all current European and Australian digital radio standards - packs standard travel companion features, including automatic time zone adjustment, an alarm clock and jack input for an external music player.

Pure Move 400D

The real highlight, though, is the rated juice life of up to 60 hours – nothing special for FM receivers of old, but pretty impressive for a digital radio. The Move 400D's built-in battery pack iss rechargeable from both mains and laptop USB connections, which is handy.

The Pure Move 400D is available now for a penny short of £90. ®

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