Pure mainly focuses on internet radio, releasing little docks and speaker sets and that kind of thing, but this is their first effort with a touchscreen and it definitely looks to best the Chumby One (though not the sorta similar iLuv App Station) in the specs department. It's got a 5.7-inch capacitive glass touchscreen (the Chumby's got a 3.5-inch resistive), a 30W sound system (Chumby's only packing a paltry 2W) and offers weather, Facebook and Twitter apps, with "more to come."
Now here's the part where Chumby kicks the Sensia's ass: The Sensia is far bigger, like dominate-your-bedside-table big; its design is, at best, inoffensive, while the Chumby is damned adorable; it's got no homebrew community to hack away and make it a great gadget, let alone a huge repository of fun approved apps; and most importantly, it's $350 to the Chumby's $100. $350 is super expensive for a clock radio, or a bedside boombox or whatever you'd call this thing. Availability has yet to be announced. [Pure]