It just seems fitting that radios have a retro look to them. I mean come on, it was as early as 1960 when Sony introduced its first transistorized radio and that was way before ghetto blasters, CD players, MP3 devices and of course, way before the invention of the iPod. This Evoke-1S from Pure Digital embodies retro-chicness with an abundance of modern flair. Showcased on CrunchGear, these radios come with an auxiliary input for your iPod, station presets, a clear OLED display and a charge pack ready for 24 hours of portable listening between charges. The encasing is real wood and made out of EcoPlus products which are designed and manufactured to minimize their environmental impact. Choose from cherry veneer casework or real maple like the one shown here. They will be available this September for around $200.
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