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Philips Cordless VOIP Phones Reviewed

Philips Cordless VOIP Phones Reviewed

The market for VOIP phones is growing steadily, as more and more people learn to say "no, I don't want you to touch me there" to their local telco when the big greedy reaches for their wallet.  Philips has a few on the market already, and Geekzone took it upon themselves to try out two of them - the 433, which works with Windows Live Messenger, and the 321, which works with Skype.  Despite the shared manufacturer, the handsets look pretty different and have some different features; for instance, the 433 has a colour screen, albeit a crap one.  My own view is that these just aren't as useful as proper WiFi phones - they both require your PC to be on whenever you want to use VOIP. 

Keyspan VP-24A Cordless VOIP Phone Review

Keyspan VP-24A Cordless VOIP Phone Review

If you’re looking for a VoIP handset but have an aversion to cords, Keyspan might just have the answer with their VP-24A Cordless VOIP Phone; plus, it’s one of the few phones that works with both PC and Mac.

Boxon VoIP-capable DAP

Boxon VoIP-capable DAP

Hyunwon introduced VoIP-capable MP3 player called BOXON in Korea. It will support MP3 files and video files (no information about supported video format yet) and the player is using OLED as its screen with viewable size of 1.71”. The built-in VoIP application will launch once you connect the player to your computer and allows you to use it as a VoIP device.

[via akihabaranews]

Nintendo Announces VoIP Headset for DS

Nintendo Announces VoIP Headset for DS

VoIP is one of the hottest technologies around today, and it hasn't escaped Nintendo's attention. Having already announced technology in the Wii-mote for possible VoIP capabilities, Nintendo has now announced a VoIP headset for their mega-popular Nintendo DS handhelds. Available from Amazon.co.uk, the headset will run you around $23 USD (£12.99), but requires a VoIP-capable game, like Metroid Prime: Hunters. Hopefully we'll see a few more VoIP-capable games by the headset's September 15th release date, because screaming at your friends during Metroid is only fun for so long. Plus, we're willing to bet that a homebrewed DS port of some sort of VoIP software will pop up eventually....

Amazon.co.uk Product Page [via Video Games Blogger]

IOGear USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit

IOGear USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit

The USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit from IOGear features a dial pad, microphone, headset and two audio ports. The calling kit works as a USB hub as well, inclusive of six USB 2.0 ports. The recommended price for this calling kit is $69.95

Linksys will Launch VoIP Handsets by next week

Linksys will Launch VoIP Handsets by next week

Its time again for a smart phone for smarter people! By next week Linksys WIP300 VoIP Handset will be there in the market. Using any 802.11b/g Wi-Fi network, the phone has an advantage of an added style in it, thereby giving it a better look. The phone includes a POP email facility and has 1.8” color display and is going to be a bit heavy on your pocket. The company Linksys has priced it to be around a tag of $ 250, which they claim to be reduced from the original of $ 300. The same (it can be said) can be justified by it being able to support the SIP 2 VoIP standard while being able to link up with your SMTP and POP 3 servers for email access and delivery.

Calypso C1250 GSM/GPRS/Wi-Fi/VoIP Mobile Phone

Calypso C1250 GSM/GPRS/Wi-Fi/VoIP Mobile Phone

Talk about speed and you remember a Ferrari car or perhaps a Boeing Airplane, but never cellphones! Yes, now speed will also be another synonym for the new Calypso C1250 mobiles. Offering a speed of 11Mb per sec, Calypso is hooked up to the Internet faster than any other cell phone or even video conferencing under certain circumstances. Apart from offering every other normal cell phone features, the phone also boasts a Wifi, bluetooth and Open Source Seamless Mobility, conferring upon it an almost unlimited network coverage options – from cellular towers to Wifi. Date of release and price are not announced as yet.

A4 Tech VoIP Keyboard!!

A4 Tech VoIP Keyboard!!

 For starters, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) uses the internet protocols to transfer voice as packets over the IP networks. It can thus be employed on any database that uses IP like the internet, intranet or Local Area Network (LAN). Now, how about having this striking technology attached with your keyboard which would make your workplace compact and organized? The A4 Tech VoIP keyboard with a built in handset is set to launch at the CeBit conference in Germany this year. All eyes are set on this strategic attempt to converge internet and communication technology. This new apparatus is compatible with most of the popular messaging and communicating software like Skype, MSN, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk etc. It is stocked with an additional In/Out port to be used with a handset or speakerphone mode.

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