Despite my constant suggestions to upgrade, there’s still one piece of technology in our house that’s old enough to be considered an antique – my wife’s bedside clock radio. She’s owned that thing for at least 20 years, and although it still works, it reeks of 80s gadget ugliness. I’m seriously considering the Siesta Mi from Pure as a replacement.
At $79, this bedside digital radio is both affordable and significantly better looking than the off-white device adorning my wife’s bedside table. It supports both DAB+ and FM stations, and has two independent alarms. Which is good, because I always end up sleeping through alarms anyway.