Revo Domino D3, D2 and D1 unite DAB radio, Web and Last.fm

Begin the day with a friendly voice / A companion, unobtrusive / Plays that song that's so elusive... The Revo Domino D3, D2 and D1 bring together DAB, iPod and Last.fm. That's the Spirit of Radio

We still believe in the spirit of radio. Invisible airwaves crackle with life, and all that. The Revo Domino D1, Domino D2 and Domino D3 bring together DAB radio, Web streaming and Last.fm for that timeless wavelength, bearing a gift beyond price...

Alright, that's enough about Rush. The D3 is a slick white or black box with a rubberised coating and joystick-based control system. It boasts a nifty OLED display. Each of the three models sport iPod docks, which also support iPhones.

All three models pick up trusty FM. The D1 is a DAB and DAB+ radio. The D2 is a Wi-Fi Internet-streaming model. On top of that, the D2 and D3 connect you to CNET UK's sister site Last.fm.

To use Last.fm, you'll need a paid account with the music-streaming community. The D3 nets you a free 30-day trial, after which it's £3 per month. Other premium features include ad-free streaming, access to playlists, and radio stations based on music you've 'loved' or 'tagged'.

The D1 will cost £130. The D2 is priced at £150. The D3 clocks in at £170. All three go on sale in November at John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and other posh shops.

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