International CES 2012, Las Vegas, USA, 10th January 2012: Pure – the world leading maker of wireless music and radio systems – reveals Sensia 200D Connect, the enhanced follow-up to the multi award-winning Sensia, the world’s first wireless music system with a large high-resolution, capacitive colour touchscreen and advanced user-interface.
A fully featured wireless music and radio system, Sensia 200D Connect uses Wi-Fi technology to allow users to stream a wide range of audio including millions of songs through Pure Music*; music stored on a home computer or network storage device; tens of thousands of internet radio stations and hundreds of thousands of podcasts and on demand programmes; a wide range of ambient and natural sounds, as well as digital and FM radio.
Pure Music, Pure’s cloud-based on-demand music service and Pure Tag, a unique, free, tagging service, are seamlessly integrated into the Sensia 200D Connect. Pure Music allows subscribers to discover, explore and listen to millions of music tracks for a monthly subscription of £4.99, and keeps the user’s favourites and playlists synchronised across Pure’s range of wireless music systems, PCs, Macs and smartphones/tablets running the free** companion iOS or Android Pure Lounge App. Pure Tag is a free service that allows users to bookmark tracks they hear on the radio, and subsequently explore around those tracks via the powerful search and recommendation facilities of the PURE Lounge (www.thelounge.com), to discover more about the artists and their back catalogue, podcasts, or even branch out and discover similar and related artists.
At an SRP of £249.99, the PURE Sensia 200D Connect delivers upgraded performance, room-filling audio and one touch and timed USB recording, and a host of additional features. It will be available in the UK within the first quarter of 2012 but is being exclusively previewed at the International CES 2012 show in Las Vegas from January 10-13th.
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