On the back of the radio you have the FM antenna, power adapter socket, aux input, stereo output, headphone output, aux speaker out, and USB port. Although we think it would be more convenient to have the headphone output located on the front panel, it's nonetheless an impressive amount of connectivity.
Also included on the back of the radio is a compartment for proprietary rechargeable battery pack. While we can appreciate the ecological high-road Pure has taken by using a rechargeable pack, the $59 price tag is a steep premium for portability.
Your old lunchbox was never this cool though (no, not even the A-Team one). Using a combination of touch-sensitive buttons, old-fashioned knobs, an OLED screen, and a 3-inch speaker, the Evoke Flow strikes an intriguing balance between old and new.