Cordless Phones

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ePure BH 01i
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Swissvoice ePure BH01i

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone, VoIP Telephone; Telephone without Answering …

Swissvoice's ePure BH01i is a fantastic idea that actually does everything it claims to and does it well. PC Advisor loved its looks and said that the Bluetooth handset's call quality was …

1 review

 

AVM FRITZ!Fon MT-F
AVM FRITZ!Fon MT-F

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

The Fritz!FON MT-F DECT phone from AVM connects to a Fritz!Box router, allowing you to listen to online radio, make internet phone calls and email, as well as acting as a normal landline. …

6 reviews | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

Gigaset SL400A
Gigaset SL400A

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Telephone with Answering Machine; …

“If you want your landline to deliver top communication quality, there’s no way you can bypass the Gigaset SL400A. This Gigaset flagship is the perfect combination of form and functionality.”

4 reviews | 71 opinions (Above average)

 

 
Gigaset SL910A
Gigaset SL910A

Connectivity: Wireless; Telephone with Answering Machine, Videophone; Functions: …

The landline based smartphone Gigaset SL910A has a large touch screen, 14 hours of talktime and not to mention 200 on standby. The slim looking phone includes a base, one handset and others are …

1 review | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

Gigaset SL400
Gigaset SL400

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone

“The Siemens Gigaset SL 400 comes in three versions: as a base unit and hand-held device with an integrated answer machine, as a station and hand-held device or as a hand-held device without the base …

4 reviews | 7 opinions (Excellent)

 

Archos 35 Smart Home Phone
Archos 35 Smart Home Phone

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Videophone; Functions: Colour display

The Archos 35 Smart Home Phone combines some features usually found on a smartphone but with a DECT handset. It has a touchscreen and an Android operating system. TechRadar say that it is really …

4 reviews | 3 opinions (Average)

 

Sinus A-602 Touch
Deutsche Telekom Sinus A602 Touch

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Telephone with Answering Machine

“This telephone wins points for the bluetooth interface and answering machine it has integrated into its base unit. The latter can be set up via the handset but unfortunately it can only record …

3 reviews

 

iHome Phone 2
Binatone iHomePhone 2

Connectivity: Wireless; Functions: Colour display

The iHomePhone 2 from Binatone is essentially a DECT phone that incorporates some smartphone elements. It looks very different from other DECT phones, as the handset lies horizontally across the …

2 reviews

 

MagicBox Torque
MagicBox Torque

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Functions: Blocked caller list, …

The Torque from MagicBox is a very attractive looking and stylish phone which offers good call quality. It has some flaws though, like an overly sensitive keypad and it takes up a lot of space as it …

1 review | 7 opinions (Average)

 

KX-TG8522EB
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 | 290 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
XL3000 Series
Philips XL 3000 Series

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone; Telephone with Answering Machine

While the Philips XL 3000 Series won't be the first choice for the fashion conscious, it is a great option for those who value ease-of-use and functionality, says FiveFwd. Reviewers felt that …

1 review | 1 opinion (Poor)

 

Asus AiGuru SV1
Asus AiGuru SV1

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: VoIP Telephone; Videophone; Functions: Colour display

Make video Skype calls independently of your computer either by plugging an ethernet cable directly into the AiGuru SV1, or by connecting wirelessly via wifi internet.

3 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

750x DECT Cordless Phone
Doro DECT 750x

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: Analogue Phone

GadgetSpeak says that the Doro DECT cordless 750x is a fairly rugged phone meant for use at a worksite, such as what a handyman would need. They say that its range of 50 metres for indoor use …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

S685 IP ECO DECT
Gigaset S685 IP

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

“Thanks to its more than satisfactory acoustic levels (both in HD and in narrowband mode) and its wide range of features, this CAT-iq Gigaset model made it to number 1 on our favourites list.”

6 reviews

 

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)

 

Skype phone
3 Skypephone

Megapixel: 2.0 MP; Camera, DVB, MP3 player

With solid build and access to cheap internet Skype calls from all wherever you are, Computer Act!ve thought the Skypephone from 3 was a good deal. Unfortunately all other calls are made over the 3 …

4 reviews | 12 opinions (Average)

 

vtech LS5145
vtech LS5145

Connectivity: Wireless; Telephone with Answering Machine

"WIRED: Sleek, portable phone system that handles both in/out landline and cell phone calls with wired landline phone quality. Thin handset with color screen is more comfortable to hold for long …

1 review

 

SPH 200D Skype Phone
NetGear SPH200D Skype Phone

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: VoIP Telephone

"You get what you pay for, dual-mode convenience and real-telephone quality, but not an additional handset. Netgear are skinflints and would have got a solid 9 otherwise."

7 reviews | 24 opinions (Average)

 

Dual phone 3088
RTX DUALphone 3088

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: VoIP Telephone

"Sound quality on all our calls, both Skype and landlines, was as clear as a bell - better even than the usual home phone options."

7 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

VoIP 080
Philips VoIP080

Connectivity: Wireless; Technology: VoIP Telephone

"... may not be robust enough to replace your current house phone but for Skype calls and occasional use, it’s more than up to the task, especially at the great asking price."

1 review | 19 opinions (Average)

 

 

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The main advantage of a cordless telephone lies in the freedom of movement it offers the user. No longer will you have to worry about tangled cables, no loner will you need to call urgently for a pen, trusting your fate to the hands and eyes of an impossibly slow colleague. A cordless phone works using radio frequency signals instead of a signal and are capable of transmitting in exactly the same quality as a corded phone. This quality can usually only be reached if there is no interference. Many electronic devices are capable of producing sufficiently large fields as to cause trouble for a cordless phone. This is why many will feature selectable or automatically switching channels. These channels are set frequencies and will be clear of interference or prone to static and crackling depending on what devices are functioning in the area. Analogue cordless phones have a range of usually only around 100m depending on obstructions – walls and floors etc. A digital cordless phone on the other hand can reach a range of nearly 300m and so will be much better for people who like to spend time in the garden or have especially thick walls. Digital phones also offer the best quality and use less power. Many also integrate a phone book, caller id function and list of calls made and received. As cordless phones need batteries to function there is often a charging circuit built into the base station. This is also the transmitter and needs both to plugged into the telephone socket as well as an electricity socket. Normal phones draw their power from the telephone line, this power supply is not enough to power the transmitter of a cordless phone, hence the need for a plug nearby. This is one consideration when buying a cordless phone, if there is no plug socket near the phone connection, one of the two will need to be extended. Usually it is better to extend the phone line as the cable is much smaller and less noticeable. A digital cordless phone, usually DECT, is also further expandable by adding extra handsets. This is known as a GAP network and can be used to create an internal network in a house for instance as paging individual phones or holding internal conversations over the network is achieved quite simply. Cordless phones are more costly than a standard phone and prices range from around thirty pounds to over a hundred.