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January 8, 2010

CES 2010: Pure Sensia

Filed under: Audio and Video — Laura Moncur @ 10:00 am

For me, the best design winner of CES Unveiled was definitely Sensia by Pure.

CES 2010: Pure Sensia

CES 2010: Pure SensiaWhen I saw the Sensia, I didn’t actually care WHAT it did. I liked the design so much that I wanted to know more. Unfortunately, the more didn’t impress me much. It is a wi-fi enabled radio. So it can play FM radio as well as all the Internet radio stations that you love. It can also connect to Facebook, Twitter, weather and plethora of other Internet features.

What is DOESN’T do is more important. It doesn’t dock with your iPod. It doesn’t show videos on that gorgeous five inch screen. It doesn’t go portable without the optional ChargePAK.

It’s a shame that such beautiful design work was wasted with this crippled inner workings. Of course, Pure could add those features in the future, but for now, the Sensia just doesn’t live up to its lovely design.

Here is a walkthrough video from

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