Retro telephone with a modern edge

Retro telephone with a modern edge

It can access phone numbers stored in the cloud and charge your smartphone with a USB connection, yet its exterior evokes the times before phones became smart: Martin Poon has reimagined the landline phone.

It’s easy to clean thanks to its single-piece keypad, its earpads are soft, so we won’t mind having to press it to our ears with our shoulders, and its debossed buttons won’t wear out: this phone is the dream of every office worker. In addition to these, its abilities to look up contacts from the cloud and charge smart devices are in favor of this nostalgic device that, through its aesthetics, can be a statement piece on your desk.

Source: Yanko Design

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