Archos Introduces Android-based Wi-fi Radio
Denver - Jun 23, 2011 - Archos has introduced the Archos 35 Home Connect -- a portable, battery-powered Wi-fi radio that uses the Android operating system. According to Archos, the device light, has an extra-long battery-life and fits in one's hand. The company touts two high-definition speakers specifically designed for improved bass.
One built-in app is has is that of TuneIn. Also note that the user will have to be inside a Wi-fi hotspot for the radio to work. Archos anticipates the unit to be available in September at an MSRP of $149.
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