Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Motorola T31 VoIP Handset for Windows Live Messenger

Motorola is racing in the hot VoIP market by launching its T31 Series VoIP handset for Windows Live Messenger service.

The Motorola T31 series consists of a base station and a handset. The base station connects the PC for enabling calls over Windows Live Messenger service and to a phone jack for placing standard PSTN calls.

Key Features of Motorola T31 VoIP Handset:
  • Uses DECT technology to provide ten hours of talk time
  • Expandable up to six T3101 phones
  • Displays online contacts and phonebook
  • Supports caller ID with visual call waiting
  • Enables quick contact to users online contacts using the PC Connect button
  • Access low cost long distance Internet calling to standard landline phone numbers from T31 handset
  • Alarm clock and speakerphone in the handset
  • Mute and Hold facility
  • Voice mail
Motorola becomes the third vendor to offer a cordless solution for Windows Live Messenger after Uniden and Philips. Also, Microsoft claims that Live Messenger has 240 million registered users worldwide.

The Motorola T31 handset will be on market for $99.99 in next month.

Via: Asterisk VoIP News