A NEW portable handset from Comsol Australia allows voice phone calls over the Internet from a standard desktop or notebook.
The handset features simple plug ‘n play installation, a soft-touch keypad, and large liquid crystal display.
Very similar to a mobile phone, the USB VoIP Phone offers ten programmable ring tones for incoming calls, comprehensive caller ID function and requires no battery or external power supply.
The Comsol handset simply plugs into any available USB port and, in conjunction with Skype or similar free communications software, operates just as a standard PSTN handset, allowing calls to be placed to PC, normal telephone or mobile phone.
It’s the ideal peripheral for the busy road warrior – a portable communications solution that saves money on long distance calls to home or office.
PC-to-PC calls are completely free over the internet, and PC to telephone or PC to mobile connections are usually a fraction of normal charges.
With full duplex connection along with built-in echo cancellation and noise reduction, the phone delivers crisp, clear communication – and PC/PC, it’s free.
Supporting Windows 98SE/ME/2000 and XP, the Comsol USB VoIP Phone is available throughout Australia, and is covered by a full year’s warranty.