I’m not really sure what a home phone is. I think my parents used to use one to call friends and family. Apparently Panasonic still thinks there’s a market for this archaic communication device. The company recently revealed the KX-PRX120 – what a lovely name – an Android-powered home telephone that connected to one of those cords that runs through your neighborhood and eventually to some telephone station. I’m not really sure how those old things work.
The device runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is almost as old as a telephone line, and supports DECT wireless to communicate with its base station. It has a 3.5-inch 480 x 320-pixel display, a 0.3-megapixel camera, microSD storage, 40 minutes of storage for voice mail and a 1,450mAh battery. Groundbreaking tech here, folks.
We have no idea why this thing needs to exist. Do you really want to check your email on your home phone? Do you even have a home phone? Alexander Graham Bell is yawning in his grave.