'allows you to toggle between Skype and landline calls'
'Look and feel of the system seems a tad cheap.'
'easily replaceable NiMH triple-A rechargeable batteries'
'free or low-cost calls'
'built-in illuminated display'
'ability to dial by number or by selecting an active Skype contact, phonebook number storage and ability to change your Skype online status.'
'fairly poor resolution'
'No Skype support'
'the handset's built-in speakerphone quite clear and easy to use.'
'also has a small color display so users can scroll through their Yahoo Messenger contacts or search for a local business.'
'Poor battery life.'
'Easy Wi-Fi set-up • No need for a connected PC • Good audio quality •. '
'poor sound levels'
'The battery life was quite disappointing, with just two hours of talk time and up to 20 hours of standby time.'
'the small screen shows only two contact names at a time and lacks color.'
'When on a call the handset modulates the power output to sustain an ideal RF signal level at the base.'
'It is worth mentioning that there are more robust VoIP phones on the market, but if you want the extra features they have to offer, you should be prepared to spend nearly twice as much.'
'Get wireless handset convenience when you use Skype!'
'short battery life'
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