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iPhone Cordless Handset Takes Your Phone Back in Time

by Conner Flynn

The iPhone is a cutting edge piece of technology, so of course it makes sense to take away its portability and add an old fashioned 1930s style handset. Makes perfect sense to me.

This iPhone Cordless Handset will let you connect your iPhone with the base via Bluetooth, then the cordless handset communicates with the base via DECT 6.0 wireless technology from up to 160 feet.

All you need to do then is pretend that you are an old-time dude with an old phone. Maybe a hard boiled detective waiting for a call that will crack your current case wide open. Or you know, whatever you choose to do with an old looking phone. The handset will receive and make calls and can recall up to 30 received calls and record up to 50 phone numbers, which are displayed on the LCD screen. It’s compatible with all iPhone models, and can also charge your phone while docked. The iPhone Cordless Handset will cost you $160(USD) from Hammacher Schlemmer.

[via Gizmodiva]

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