AT&T Announces HomeManager

Posted: Sep 22 2008, 5:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:42am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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AT&T has announced a new device for the home phone called the AT&T HomeManager. The hardware is from Samsung and the HomeManager system is a 7-inch portable screen device that can provide one-touch access anywhere in the home to visual voice mail, weather, email, local news and more.

The information is sent directly to the touch screen device. The device can receive and initiate calls both over the home phone line and over VOIP lines. The device can sync address books, offers access to yellow pages and more. The 7-inch screen also acts as a digital picture frame. Pricing for the device is $299.99 and users must register for 2-year AT&T broadband or U-verse TV plan.

"This intelligent information device gives people the ultimate flexibility to stay connected, entertained and informed anywhere in their home. Following a long tradition of successful cooperation between AT&T and Samsung for wireless handsets, this represents the first collaborative effort between AT&T and Samsung's network business to address consumer solutions for the home, complementing Samsung's leadership as the second-largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world."

Via AT&T

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