Aside from two Honeycomb tablets, Archos also unveiled two additional Android-based products – ARCHOS 35 Home Connect, smart web radio/alarm clock device; and ARCHOS 35 Smart Home Phone, smart home (DECT) phone.
The first of two is designed as an alarm clock for the 21st century, rocking Wi-Fi connectivity, Internet radio and two powerful (for such a small device) speakers. The company says that the ARCHOS 35 Home Connect is great for streaming radio and music anywhere at home such as the bedroom, kitchen, bathroom or kids room. As you can imagine, this little fella’ brings smartphone functionality to your home, giving you access to tons of apps like weather, news, games and traffic.
As for the ARCHOS 35 Smart Home Phone, it is touted as a product that will “make owning a home phone popular again.” Compatible with any ADSL box or phone line and using standard DECT protocols, it too brings smartphone functionality to your home, allowing you to add apps and games.
Additionally, both products support video calls and that camera could also be used for baby monitoring and even room surveillance.
The ARCHOS 35 Home Connect and ARCHOS 35 Smart Home Phone are expected to be available in September with RRP of $149 and $159, respectively.