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VTech IS6110


$70.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:VOIP enabled. QWERTY keyboard. Headset compatible.

The Cons:Does not support current versions of messenger. Does not support a wide enough variety of clients or services. Does not support languages other than US English.

The VTech IS6110 is a high-tech, instant-messaging-enabled cordless phone featuring a QWERTY keyboard. It was released in 2008 and is VTech’s first Internet-enabled cordless phone. It connects to a PC via USB, and then taps into the user’s DSL/Cable connection.

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This allows users to employ the phone as a conventional phone, an instant-messenger, and a VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) device. In fact, a user need not even pay for phone service—he or she can make calls for free (assuming an Internet subscription). Additional features of the VTech IS6110 include Caller ID, a high-resolution display, and a speakerphone.

Features

  • Cordless Phone w/QWERTY Keyboard
  • Instant Messaging via DSL/Cable Internet
  • DECT 6.0 Digital Technology
  • Caller ID/Call-Waiting (50)
  • Phonebook Directory (50)
  • High-Resolution Display
  • Handset Speakerphone
  • Recordable Ring Tones
  • Backlit Keypad/Display
  • Handset Volume Control
  • Headset Compatible (2.5mm)
  • Last Number Redial
  • Page/Handset-Locator
  • Voicemail Waiting Indicator
  • WiFi Friendly

User Reviews (4)

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Pros
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    VOIP enabled

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    QWERTY keyboard

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    headset compatible

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    backlit keyboard

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    Customizable screen wallpaper

  • 1

    Caller ID

  • 0

    internet-enabled for use with instant messaging services

Cons
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    does not support current versions of messenger

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    does not support a wide enough variety of clients or services

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    does not support languages other than US English

  • 1

    larger and bulkier than most phones

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    Only means of using MSN is to use older version.

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    cannot be signed on on your computer and the phone at the same time

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    looks cheap

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    expensive

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