ARCHOS 35 home connect, a smart home device with a wish list of android features

New ARCHOS products to be showcased at CES 2012, Las Vegas Convention Center, south hall 4 booth # 36079

DENVER, CO - December 15, 2011 - ARCHOS, the pioneer of Android™ tablets, continues to push technological boundaries and innovation with the immediate release of a new home device, the ARCHOS 35 home connect, an Android -based web radio designed specifically for the home user.


ARCHOS 35 Home Connect, The Most -Advanced Android -Based Web Radio

The ARCHOS 35 home connect is the perfect music box and the best portable Android device for streaming radio and music anywhere at home such as the bedroom, kitchen, bathroom or kids room. Small, compact and easy to carry, the ARCHOS 35 home connect features WiFi and amazing sound quality anywhere. Features include:

Advanced web radio and alarm clock powered by AndroidTM - Wake up the way you prefer with progressive Nature sounds, your MP3 playlist or your favorite web radio station. With just a click on the touch -screen, you will be able to stream over 50,000 web radio stations using the pre -loaded TuneIn Radio Pro application. This alarm clock is also fully customizable; you can set as many alarms as you want or need.

Android Applications - Easy to customize, the ARCHOS 35 home connect allows you to choose the apps and widgets that you want to see -weather, real time traffic, sports, social networking, movies, music, games and more. You can also access up to the minute web content at the touch of a finger.

High Quality Speakers - Web radio, music, videos and more are rendered like never before thanks to the exclusive technology of the two embedded high definition stereo speakers. The ARCHOS 35 home connect is a compact audio and video multi -tool: listen to web radios or watch videos out loud with the built -in speakers, or privately using a headphone jack.

Price and Availability
The ARCHOS 35 home connect is available for $149 and can be purchased directly from the ARCHOS store or it can be found at J&R, Adorama, Amazon and Newegg.com among others.

ARCHOS home products to be showcased at CES 2012, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 4 Booth 36079.

About ARCHOS
Archos, pioneer in the portable audio and video player market, and now specialized in Android powered Internet Tablets, has repeatedly revolutionized the market for consumer electronics since 1988. Today, ARCHOS offers Internet Tablets, Tablet PCs and MP3/MP4 players. In 2000, ARCHOS launched the Jukebox 6000, the first MP3 player combined with a hard disk. Then in 2003 ARCHOS introduced the first portable multimedia players with TV recording. In 2006 Wi -Fi is implemented and then touch screens in 2007. In 2008, Archos launched the first generation Internet Tablets, and then the first ever Android powered tablets in 2009. ARCHOS has offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. ARCHOS is quoted on Compartment C of Eurolist, Euronext Paris, ISIN CodeFR0000182479. Website: www.archos.com.

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