Morphy Richards may be a name that brings up images of kitchenware used by your mum, but over the past few years the company has been pushing a younger, sleeker image of itself.
Its latest product is the Dab MP3 Player. Essentially, it's an mp3 player for your music, with an integrated digital radio so that you can get crystal clear sound for any radio station available on the service - provided of course that you are travelling through an area that supports Dab broadcasts.
It may be good as a radio, but to store your music it leaves a lot to be desired, because its capacities of either 256Mb or 512Mb are simply too small. So you'll be spending a lot of time swapping songs on and off.
And of course, in the height of originality, it's comes with white earphones. Hmmm. Wonder where they got that idea from?
At £140 for the 256MB version and £160 for the larger 512MB player we're not convinced, so unless you really want a portable Dab radio for when you're out and about we think there are better options.
In fear of future shortage - or in preparation for its own electric car project?
New Spectre microcode patches released by Intel to fix security flaws in Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake CPUs
But if you're running anything older you'll have to wait
Powered by servers based on Qualcomm's scalable 48-core Centriq 2400 10nm CPUs
Malware has been in circulation for more than a year