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Archos 35 Smart HOME Phone

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the portability and connectivity. The usability and value for money are also appreciated, but there are some less positive views about the build quality.

value for money, usability, connectivity, portability

build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cordless Phones the Archos 35 Smart HOME Phone is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Archos 35 Smart HOME Phone

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 3 user reviews of Archos 35 Smart HOME Phone from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 2.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Cordless Phones on Amazon.co.uk.

value for money, portability

build quality

33% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone review

 

If there's one area of communications that remains firmly rooted in the 20th century, it's the humble home phone. Dumb, unloved and tethered to a wall, these devices have been left behin...

but the Archos 35 falls short. Ultimately, this is a product we can’t recommend.

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone review

 

A smartphone for your landline

Easy to use ; Internet connectivity ; Apps ; Android OS

Not as useful as a mobile smartphone ; AppsLib store

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

 

Many people have a smartphone at their sides at all times, but the proliferation of high end mobile technology has meant that home phone handsets remain ignored and unused. The Archos 35 Smart Home Phone is designed to alter this state of affairs by...

If you are looking for a new home phone which can be used by the whole family to browse the web, stream video and make standard voice calls then the Archos 35 might be one of the few suitable candidates. Of course if each member of the family already...

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone review

 

Cordless phones are widespread, though often they're...

Runs Skype for voice and video calling

Resistive touch-screen; not the full version of Android; expensive

As an Android handset, the Archos 35 Smart Home Phone has some severe shortcomings, where the resistive touch screen does it no favours at all. If you want to make use of free internet calling via Skype and don’t mind the Android-lite look and feel,...

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

 

Review The last Android-based home phone that landed on my desk came from iDect [1] – that's Binatone to the rest of us. Frankly, I was less than impressed by it's lack of integration with Gmail contacts. Now, Archos is out to crack the same nut with...

As a fully-fledged smartphone the Archos Smart Home Phone leaves a bit to be desired but as an everyday DECT phone with the option of Skype calling, it’s altogether more successful. Indeed, the video calling delivered a crisp image at both ends, easily...

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone review

 

In a world where smartphones are in every pocket, the home phone is badly in need of updating. Archos has not provided a solution, says Matt Warman

And yet, the idea of smartening up your home phone is a brilliant one: until we reach the ideal of a single home, work and mobile phone number, why should the handset in your living room or hallway be so useless? By building in Google contacts, for...

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

 

Fancy the idea of a cordless home phone that's also an Android handset? Archos has a hybrid for you

An interesting hybrid, but it's dear for a DECT phone and the smartphone experience is poor

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Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

 

by MisterTickle TRUSTWORTHY This concept is actually pretty cool having an Android home phone. Is it practical? I am still debating this quite a bit now. I have a landline home phone as it is included in my internet package. I don't really need this...

Product Specifications

Configuration

Built-in Camera: Yes
Cordless Phone Standard:DECT
Hands Free Functionality: Yes
Loudspeakers: Yes
Low Radiation: No
MMS Functionality: No
Polyphonic Ringtones: No
SIM Reader: No
SMS Function: No
Video Phone: No

Connectivity

Bluetooth: No
Ethernet: No
ISDN Port: No
USB: No

Display

Backlight Illumination: No
Number of Display Colours:Unknown

General Features

EASY USE PHONE: No
Elderly Friendly Phone: No
Recording System:Not Applicable
System Phone: No
Type:Cordless Phone

IP Telephony

H.323 VoIP-Protocol: No
IP Phone: No
SIP-Standard (Session Initiation Protocol): No

Memory

Display of Calling Number: Yes
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