'Works seamlessly with Skype.'
Easy to use and reasonably priced
Installing the phone is fast and easy
'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'
'very good sound quality'
'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.'
'Cell phone calls using the cordless handset were clear, but keep in mind that audio quality ultimately depends on your mobile's reception.'
'Cons. • No Skype text chat. • No browser-based authentication. • Short battery life. • Muffled sound quality. • Uncomfortable to use. '
'the worlds first Skype approved WiFi phone on the market - a very valuable label in today's ultra competitive marketplace.'
Teething problems aplenty
Easy enough to use
'Call quality was good on both ends, with no major complaints from our call recipients.'
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