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Panasonic KX-TG8522

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Functions: Colour display, SMS function

Although the Panasonic KX-TG8522's keys seemed a bit too tightly packed at times, and its piano-black finish tended to attract dust, reviewers at FiveFwd concluded that this is still the best …

1 review | 293 opinions (Excellent)


Panasonic KX-TG6481ET
Panasonic KX-TG6481ET

Connectivity: Wireless

On the outside, the Panasonic KX-TG6481ET looks like the average DECT phone, and it even performs like one too, says Trusted Reviews. However, they find that behind its ordinary looks, lies a …

1 review | 14 opinions (Excellent)


KX-TG 9150
Panasonic KX-TG9150

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: VoIP Telephone; Telephone with Answering Machine

"Frees the Skype user from the PC, and the need for two phones, at a reasonable price."

1 review


More information at: Computer Buyer & Upgrades, 7/2007 Who wants to pay for phone calls anyway? VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the rather awkward name of a downright disruptive technology that's turning the world of telecommunications on its head. It's all thanks to convergence, the process by which all the different kinds of stuff being carried around the world through different wires fast becomes the same. ... That makes phone calls - which require only a fraction of the bandwidth, yet are often charged by the minute - look pretty poor. And if you've got cable, you may wonder why you need a separate phone line, costing you a monthly fee. Well, perhaps you don't. If you could make phone calls using digital instead of analogue signals, and route them over your Internet connection (a sneaky reversal of the process that brought us Internet access in the first place), then calls would effectively be free, along with the rest of your up- and downloads. In test: Six software and hardware VoIP solutions were reviewed and rated based on features, performance and ease of use. Scores ranged from 3 to 5 stars out of 5. … to review

Panasonic KX-TCD 290

Connectivity: Wireless; Telephone with Answering Machine

"... It is well made, easy to use, has a good range and lives up all of its claims as a rugged phone built for more demanding environments. ..."

1 review | 2 opinions (Excellent)


Panasonic KX-TCD 820

Connectivity: Wireless; Telephone with Answering Machine

"Versatile if ugly, with a booming voice - the Chris Moyles of the DECT world."

1 review


More information at: Register Hardware, 3/2007 Hit the DECT Mobile phones currently enjoy most of the limelight given to telecommunication handsets, but DECT cordless phones, such as the ten up for review here, might make sure that doesn't last forever. In test: Ten DECT cordless phones were reviewed and rated based on features, performance and value for money. Scores ranged from 65% to 90%. … to review


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