Thursday, June 29, 2006

VoIP Wi-Fi Phone via MSN Messenger and Skype


BCM has come up with a multi format VoIP Wi-Fi phone which is based on the Windows CE Kernel. It is called the WLAN800I and is compatible with MSN Messenger, Skype and SIP.

This phone can function without a PC and it requires an 802.11b/g wireless access point in order to connect to the internet. The phone has a standby time of sixty hours and talk tie of three hours. Its screen measures 2.2 inches and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels along with a display of 65,000 colors.

It supports three way calling and has the ability to connect via MSN Messenger to someone who has a web cam. Other features include support for T-Mobile, WEP and WPA encryption as well as DHCP and static IP addresses.

The VoIP Wi-Fi phone is expected to be available in the market from mid of July.


via: VoIP Weblog