Archos 35 Home Connect User Manual on FCC Table

July 21, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Archos 35 Home Connect is what we call a rolled up homely device. It’s good if you have got one, but doesn’t make a difference if you don’t.

The device’s user guide manual has been spotted at the FCC recently. The Android-based web radio also works like regular Android devices so you can access apps, themes etc.

The Archos 35 Home Connect runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and packs a camera as well. You can use it to shoot pics, video call or even as a baby-monitor.

The device uses WiFi to connect to the internet and allows you to tune in to over 50,000 web radio stations or play your favorite music stored locally with the preloaded TuneIn app. You can also download your favorite player if you wish so.

It has a preloaded alarm clock app that gives you weather, traffic and news info, and features multiple alarms. The device doesn’t sport any buttons for you to fiddle with, as everything is embedded into a touchscreen.

There is an internal battery that is said to be long lasting but you can also plug it into a wall jack and keep it on the nightstand. A technologically modernized piece of furniture for your home is what you get with the Archos 35 Home Connect.

We have no idea of the release date; might take a couple of months for it to reach the market. The price revolves around $149 (also not confirmed).

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