Monday, September 11, 2006

Linksys New WIP330 Wi-Fi VoIP Phone

Linksys has launched its WIP330 802.11b/g Wi-Fi-connected VoIP phone in Europe - the company's first wireless handset to made available to buyers over here - after announcing the device at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin last week.

The New WIP330 Wi-Fi VoIP Phone connects to 802.11b and 802.11g wireless hotspots and incorporates IPv4's Type of Service extension to allow access points to give priority to voice data if they too support this quality-of-service system. It'll work with the WEP and WPA Wi-Fi security standards.

The WIP330 supports the SIP 2 VoIP standard - so it's not Skype friendly - and provides a range of customary phone features, including caller ID, call forwarding, speed dial, last number redial, a vibration alert, call waiting and so on. The handset can initiate three-way conference calls.

Linksys WIP330 Wi-Fi VoIP Phone Key Features:
  • Possess a 2.2 inch, 65,536 color display
  • Connects 802.11b and 802.11g wireless hotpots
  • Provides SIP based VoIP services
  • Caller ID
  • Call Forwarding and Speed dialing facility
  • Call Waiting and Conference calling services
  • High quality battery with 3 hours talk time and 50 hours standby
  • 32MB of Flash memory on board and 64MB of RAM
Linksys WIP330 Wi-Fi VoIP Phone is available now from Linksys distributors. The price to pay around €399.

Via: The Register