Correct, there were just 3 comments on Gadgetspeak, all negative. For the really detailed reviews see Amazon where people knew how to set this radio up. 81% of those Amazon reviews were 4 or 5 star. Internet radios are known to be a bit fiddly but once set up, can receive stations in otherwise no-signal areas, as well as stations from abroad. Occasional people who did get issues with their set got a prompt replacement. But really, this deal is aimed at those who were already looking for an internet radio like this and appreciate the £75 price vs usual £109.
That's only the comments the review itself is fair highlighting the pro's & con's some people will give negative reviews because they don't like the brand, they don't like the model, they expect far more for their money, etc,etc... https://topnewreview.com/roberts-stream-107-review/
I bought one of these a few years ago from CEX, grade A and I really like it as a kitchen radio. It sounds lovely. The DAB is very limited in channels as I'm in the communications black hole of Cornwall, however the internet radio stations are vast, for all music genres. I've never been able to stream from the network as it was beyond my patience to set up. I listen to this everyday and don't regret buying it. I think I paid £50 add it came boxed like new and has been flawless. That's my review over Hth
Every one of the user reviews on that page say it is useless
Fair review here; https://www.gadgetspeak.com/gadget/article.rhtm/758/840191/Roberts_Stream_107.html