Pure rolls out line of Internet-connected radios

Debuted earlier this year at CES 2010, Pure's collection of "highly-anticipated" Internet-connected radios is finally shipping.

Debuted earlier this year at CES 2010, Pure's collection of "highly-anticipated" Internet-connected radios is finally shipping.

Given that CES 2011 is just around the corner, we'll probably be seeing new Pure radios soon, but let's review what we have at the moment.

The trio consists of the Siesta Flow, Evoke Flow, and Oasis Flow. The Evoke Flow appears to be the flagship of the group, being the most portable with an optional ChargePAK battery, a lacquered wood finish and sporting a 3-inch speaker.

The splash-resistant Oasis Flow should be portable to visit various locales as well (especially given that name) has a built-in rechargeable ChargePAK battery that provides up to 10 hours of audio per charge.

The Siesta Flow winds things up...or down rather as it's meant for your bedside table with an auto-dimming display, ambient sounds and four quick-set alarms.

The Siesta Flow, Evoke Flow, and Oasis Flow are retailing for $109, $229, and $249 respectively. Likely to get these puppies out the door quicker before the holidays are over, Pure has tacked on an added 15% discount and free shipping on all orders placed before December 20, 2010.