Land line gets into leather
Bets on good looks for survival
And now for our outrageous notion of the day: The land line is making a comeback. That's right, you heard it here first.
Long overshadowed by its glamorous mobile cousin, the homebound stalwart has been trying to get noticed however it can--sometimes by leather, of all things. Now that's what we call a fashion statement., other times by with a new design. Joining the latter category is Japan's Amadana, which GeekSugar says is weighing in with a wireless land line that's clad in
If anyone is up to the task, it would be Amadana (not to be confused with Amana or Adama), which has already proven itself with such lust-worthy products as a beautiful . Granted, the price is a tad steep at $399, but ask yourself this: Where else can you find a leather phone?