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  1. 3 SkypePhone review

    3 SkypePhone review

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    This 3G handset is the result of a collaboration between network provider 3 and VoIP service Skype. In addition to offering all the features found on a regular mobile phone, you'll also be able to make calls to other Skype users.

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    3 Skypephone review

    3 Skypephone review

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    Free mobile calls using VoIP services have been touted as the phone tech of the future for a long while now, so it's about time Skype made some serious inroads into the market

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    Trendnet Clearsky VoIP review

    Trendnet Clearsky VoIP review

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    If you've added Skype or any form of VoIP to your office setup, this kit will complement it, being a conference call device and a Bluetooth adapter.

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    Miglia Dialog + review

    Miglia Dialog + review

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    Paying £70 for a Skype phone is a bit steep: you can pick them up for half that. But this is a particularly nice one. In the box is a USB dongle and software driver. The quick-start guide gets you past syncing the phone with your Mac

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    Targus Notebook Internet Phone review

    Targus Notebook Internet Phone review

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    A mouse that is also a telephone may sound like something from a sci-fimovie, but this device is a novel idea. It works in conjunction withSkype, so you'll need to download the software and set up an account

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    ClearLink VoIP USB Phone Adapter review

    ClearLink VoIP USB Phone Adapter review

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    VoIP phones are everywhere. Some are well designed and come with features that make the most of Internet calling. The majority, however, are cumbersome and downright ugly.

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    Keyspan Cordless VoIP phone review

    Keyspan Cordless VoIP phone review

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    The uncouth PC market is awash with cheap Skype phones. These connect directly with the Skype software, enable you to see which contacts are online, and then call them. However, the choice has been limited for the Mac

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    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone for Skype review

    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone for Skype review

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    With this Wi-Fi connecting handset, you can almost use Skype VoIP like a mobile phone. You don't need to have a computer connected to the net, or even turned on. All you need is a wireless internet connection and you're away

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    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone for Skype review

    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone for Skype review

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    As the most well-known brand in internet telephony, Skype has become popular for offering free global phone calls. While its generally necessary to use a PC as a base for your Skype calls, the Belkin Phone makes it even easier to stay in touch

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    DualPHONE 3088 for Skype review

    DualPHONE 3088 for Skype review

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    We've previously reviewed an earlier version of this phone. That model - still used in our office - was a dual landline and Skype phone. Working on the DECT digital standard for household phones, it was an admirable stab at VoIP nirvana...

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    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone For Skype review

    Belkin Wi-Fi Phone For Skype review

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    With this mobile Skype phone from Belkin, you can take it out on theroad, piggybacking from one Wi-Fi hotspot to another and Skype people to your heart's content.

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    Starcom F3000 review

    Starcom F3000 review

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    Not only does the F3000 look like it could replace your existing mobile, but SIP support means roaming between different access points and SSID is a very real possibility.

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    Starcom F1000 for Vonage review

    Starcom F1000 for Vonage review

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    School children would laugh if you popped this out at a train station hotspot. The interface is a grey on orange LCD, and the keypad sticks and rocks in a truly unnerving way

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    Edge-Core Skype WM4201 review

    Edge-Core Skype WM4201 review

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    As a Skype-branded WiFi phone, the Edge-core certainly looks like another PC-tethered offering. The base unit cradles the phone nicely, which connects via a wireless dongle to your PC, and the design is clean if a little uncomfortable on the ear

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    Asus AIGuru S1 Skype phone review

    Asus AIGuru S1 Skype phone review

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    The S1 initially seems promising. Compatible with the VoIP provider via 802.11b/g WiFi, once plugged into your PC the S1 taps into your Skype account and downloads your contacts, preferences, caller ID and other account data almost automatically.

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    Philips 433 Duo review

    Philips 433 Duo review

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    Microsoft has a lot riding on Live Messenger. Originally, Messenger was the champion of web-based chatter. Now, thanks to the success of VoIP, Microsoft needs to get back to the top of the pile

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    FreeTalk VoIP Package review

    FreeTalk VoIP Package review

     

    Recently, numerous non- PC-dependent devices have been launched to tempt the mass-market to internet telephony. But while a few of these,such as Draytel's VigorTalk, have enjoyed success so far, VoIP still remains the domain of the PC-literate

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    Yamamoto 1025 Deep Red review

    Yamamoto 1025 Deep Red review

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    Yamamoto's USB phone may be the gentle nudge towards VoIP you need.Freeing you from the shackles of those desktop mics and headsets, the1025 is a light, comfortable phone which appears on your system as aseparate sound device

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    UTS F1000 WiFi IP Phone review

    UTS F1000 WiFi IP Phone review

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    Hutchison Whampoa Telecom is the founder of the Orange phone network.However, in 1992 it was trying the Rabbit network which used Telepoints to enable mobile use within 100 metres of base stations located insidenewsagents and public places.

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