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Pure expands Jongo wireless speaker range with Jongo X Series

Pure expands Jongo wireless speaker range with Jongo X Series

By 4 September 2014

Pure is expanding its Sonos-rivalling Jongo wireless music system with the Jongo X Series speakers. Sporting a fresh new look and updated Bluetooth Caskeid technology, the Jogo X Series devices will be compatible with Spotify, Deezer and other streaming... >>

Pure Pop makes listening to digital radio as easy as 'popping' a button

Pure Pop makes listening to digital radio as easy as 'popping' a button

By 28 August 2014

Pure is a brand that has always been heavily associated with digital radios, and even though it has fingers in other pies too, its latest family of products fit into its more traditional category. The Pure Pop range looks like a wireless speaker set-up... >>

Pure announces Bluetooth Caskeid, allowing you to use your Jongo speakers with any streaming service including Spotify

Pure announces Bluetooth Caskeid, allowing you to use your Jongo speakers with any streaming service including Spotify

By 5 June 2014

Pure has announced an enhancement to Caskeid, the sychronisation technology it uses in its Jongo wireless speaker system that will allow the system to be used with any music streaming service. Bluetooth Caskeid will mean that users of Pure's Jongo system... >>

Pure announces Contour D1, its first digital clock radio dock with Bluetooth streaming

Pure announces Contour D1, its first digital clock radio dock with Bluetooth streaming

By 13 March 2014

Pure has announced another addition to its extensive Bluetooth speaker line-up, this time in the form of the Contour D1. The Contour D1 is a digital radio dock that offers Bluetooth streaming, claimed to be the first of its kind, and it features the... >>

Pure Jongo S3 review
3.5 out of 5

Pure Jongo S3 review

By 20 January 2014

When the Pure Jongo S3 arrived in the office we didn't quite get the point at first. A battery powered Bluetooth speaker is always handy, but we'd seen enough to know that if we're going to get on with them, they need to have a unique selling point. Where... >>

Pure Jongo multiroom system to work with any music streaming app, as Caskeid tech adopted

Pure Jongo multiroom system to work with any music streaming app, as Caskeid tech adopted

By 6 January 2014

Pure is adopting Caskeid technology in order to open up the use of its Jongo wireless multiroom music system to all streaming applications. Owners of Jongo speakers will be able to stream Spotify, Deezer, Rdio, Pandora or the like to one Jongo speaker... >>

Pure Connect iOS and Android apps updated to add PC and Mac music streaming to multiple Jongo speakers

Pure Connect iOS and Android apps updated to add PC and Mac music streaming to multiple Jongo speakers

By 4 December 2013

Pure has updated its Pure Connect iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android applications with the ability to wirelessly stream music stored on a computer to multiple connected speakers in its Jongo multiroom range. The app has always featured wireless streaming... >>

Pure Evoke D2 digital radio now with Bluetooth, launching this Christmas for £100

Pure Evoke D2 digital radio now with Bluetooth, launching this Christmas for £100

By 19 November 2013

Pure has a new digital broadcast and FM radio that can wirelessly stream audio content from a mobile device, and it's called the Evoke D2 with Bluetooth. The Evoke D2 with Bluetooth costs £99.99. That's only £15 more than the original Evoke D2. Pure... >>

Pure Evoke D4 and Evoke D4 with Bluetooth DAB and FM radios announced

Pure Evoke D4 and Evoke D4 with Bluetooth DAB and FM radios announced

By 12 November 2013

The fourth generation of Pure Evoke DAB and FM radio has been announced this morning as the Evoke D4. The upgrade includes better audio, streamlined looks and more features. The Pure Evoke D4 is a portable DAB digital and FM radio that comes in a walnut... >>

A week in reviews: 4 - 8 November

A week in reviews: 4 - 8 November

By 9 November 2013

November's headlines are largely going to be owed to gaming. Ahead of PS4 and Xbox One launches we've been shooting the faces off, well, pretty much everybody in Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Playstation 3. It's a game that'll sell boat loads of copies... >>