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Linksys Wi-Fi-connected VoIP cellphone debuts in Europe - Mp4 Converter

Updated September 25,2006

 Linksys has at last 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.

The WIP330 Wi-Fi-connected VoIP phone is the successor to the Cisco subsidiary's WIP300 handset - released like the WIP330 in the US back in February this year, but according to Linksys never brought over the Atlantic until today.

The Wi-Fi-connected phone connects to 802.11b and 802.11g wireless hotspots and incorporates IPv4's Type of Service Linksys WIP330 Wi-Fi-connected VoIP phoneextension 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 Wi-Fi-connected phone 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. This Wi-Fi-connected phone can initiate three-way conference calls.

The 119g handset sports a 2.2in, 240 x 320, 65,536-colour display and a battery sufficient for three hours' talk time and up to 50 hours' operation in stand-by mode. It has 32MB of Flash memory on board and 64MB of RAM.

Linksys said the WIP330 Wi-Fi-connected phone is available now from Linksys distributors. Expect to pay around 399 (268/$510) for it, the company advised.

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