Archos 35 Home Connect goes on sale today for $149.99

Archos 35 Home Connect goes on sale today for $149.99


Six months after its unveiling the Archos 35 Home Connect goes on sale today, giving consumers a new Android-based web radio to put on their Christmas list this year.  Available for $149.99 at Archos, Amazon, Newegg, and other retailers, the device connects over Wi-Fi and provides access to weather, traffic, sports, social networking, web radio (TuneIn Radio Pro), and other applications.

The cute and stylish little box makes for easy portability and looks good in your office, bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen.  We’ll just go ahead and say it should fit in nicely with whatever room you’re in.  Put it on the night stand and use the alarm clock with progressive nature sounds or MP3s or throw it on the kitchen counter and check to see if the roads will be clear on your way to work.  We see plenty of use cases for the Archos 35 Home Connect and can’t wait to see this guy in action at CES next month!

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