Pure is showing off five new digital radio products at the IFA show, including the "Siesta Flow", the company's first internet connected bedside radio.

The Siesta Flow, which will boast a £99.99 price point when launched, is Pure's most affordable internet-connected radio to date.

Boasting an alarm tone for every day of the year (via Pure's online portal), the DAB and FM radio uses a Wi-Fi connection to access internet radio, podcasts, listen again content and can also stream music direct from a Wi-Fi enabled computers.

Siesta Flow gets the Pure "PowerPort" which provides power to any USB accessory as well as an auto-dimming display, touch sensitive controls, four quick-set alarms, sleep and snooze timers, 30 DAB/ FM presets and an input for an iPod/ MP3 player.

Pure is also announcing the Siesta iDock for £89.99, a stereo DAB and FM clock radio with iPod and iPhone dock, which boasts a similar feature set but minus the internet bit.

Another new launch, the Elan II (£99.99) is a portable stereo DAB and FM radio offering a "modern twist and contemporary materials to traditional radio design".

The Chronos iDock Series II, also priced at £99.99, boasts stereo DAB/FM clock radio with iPod and iPhone dock, while the Chronos CD Series II (yep - £99.99) is a stereo DAB/FM clock radio with CD player.

Claiming eco-friendly power features, all five new products will be available before Christmas 2009 and we'll bring you more on them nearer to their UK launches.