Archos, the supplier of MP3/video players and tablets, entered the home electronics market with the launch of the Android-based Archos 35 home connect tabletop Internet radio/alarm clock.
The Android-based Archos 35 Home Connect Internet radio/alarm clock downloads apps via Wi-Fi.
It’s available at retail for $149.
The device features Android 2.2 OS, 3.5-inch color touchscreen, embedded Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, integrated TuneIn app to stream 50,000 Internet radio stations, and an app to stream weather, traffic and news information. It also features 4GB of embedded memory to store audio and video files.
The Archos 35 also lets users browse the web and download apps from the AppsLib store, which offers more than 50,000 apps, Archos said.
Users can wake up to nature sounds, MP3 songs, or a web radio station.
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