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Pure Releases DAB Radio with On-demand Feature
London - Nov 8, 2011 - Consumer electronics manufacturer Pure introduced its new One Elite Series II, a second DAB radio with Pure's Listen Later, a feature that allows a user to record radio programs for later playback - daily or weekly, on weekdays only, weekends only or only once. This playback can be paused at any time, and automatic bookmarks mark the spot at which the playback should be resumed at a later date.
Other features include an FM radio, an alarm clock, a kitchen timer, 30-station memory, Intellitext (on-demand access to scrolling text from participating broadcasters with sports scores, news or Traffic Information), textSCAN (stops scrolling text to write down information), and an iPod/MP3 player connection. The radio's suggested retail price is $170.
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