Take this wireless Skype phone, and you will take the world.We recommend this 2.4GHz Wireless 50M LCD USB Skype VoIP Phone to you if you are right on the point looking for some VoIP Phone. This wireless Skype phone is composed of one base and one handset. The base is a high quality speaker phone, ideal for conference calls. The headset has blue backlight graphic LCD. Both base and handset ring for incoming calls. This is a commercial grade high quality speakerphone with digital echo cancellation, noise reduction and full-duplex communications by auto-select RF channel to improve the quality of voice. You may review a call via the handset without the limitation of USB cable just like using a mobile phone.Wireless USB Skype phone is built-in driver& sound card and no external power required, this 2.4GHz Wireless Skype Phone would definitely ease your life.
Other Thoughts:This VOIP phone is a good value for the money; it is exactly as described. Windows Vista recognized it instantly when plugged into a Dell Inspiron laptop (via Gigaware hub). Sound is sufficiently loud, the echo is cancelled on Skype, it rings nicely when a call comes in, and it has already survived several drops to the hardwood floor. It's easy to use compared to a headset for non-video calls.
Other Thoughts:I am very happy with this product as it works with all the VOIP services. I installation was very quick and all set to make your free calls.
<br/>Would recommend this product and seller to all.
Other Thoughts:i have used mine in talking vis skype. it was developed with the site in mind works very well. little or no hassle. i keep mine pluged in as several friends play music while getting ready for the day. some will stop for a brief conversation with me.
Other Thoughts:I just followed the directions and everything ran perfectly. My friends are happy that they can now hear me far better than with my microphone! I love this phone and for the price I am very pleased. I would highly recommend it to any Skype user!
Other Thoughts:I installed the driver via a download, as I use a Mac and only the Windows driver was included. I had no problem using the handset using Skype. I also had crystal clear sound using it on Google Voice, though I couldn't use the buttons for that due to a lack of a driver. Really the keys aren't much of an issue because it's probably easier to just use the program, but it's nice to be able to use the "end" button. It has a cord that's at least 6' long, so you can stray a bit from the computer whilst talking.