USB handset with LCD Screen
problems with PC-based Internet telephony
is the need for a headset, which many people
find clumsy and cumbersome.
course, you can get away with using your desktop
speakers and a separate microphone if you
want to deal with poor sound quality and plenty
have come up with
an alternative using the ubiquitous USB port
to create USB-based multimedia VoIP handset
phone. Simply connecting it to an available
USB port of your PC, you will be able to start
using it in no time. Its full duplex audio
and echo cancellation have made it the ideal
VoIP device for you.
quality Voice-over-IP calls
By using powerful Digital Signal Processor,
the USB phone is able to deliver an echo
free, full duplex audio through the Internet.
external power required
The power of the USB phone is provided by
the USB port of your PC, therefore, you
do not need to have an additional power
adapter for your USB VoIP devices.
support and upgrades from Microsoft
The drivers of the USB VoIP Series are provided
by Microsoft Windows, thus no additional
drivers are required. Drivers are currently
available in Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/ME,
and Windows 2000.
With its compact size and USB interface,
the USB phone is your ultimate travel companion.
You can take it with you wherever you go.
Just plug in any computer with an available
USB port and an Internet connection, along
with voice chat or ITSP (Internet Telephony
Service Provider, such as Net2Phone, Dialpad,
Mediaring and PC-Telephone.) applications
on it, and you are ready to make long distance
calls to any phone in the world or global
call to any PC.
- PC to PC, and PC to Phone dialing capabilities
- Full duplex audio, echo cancellation
- Microsoft interface for USB audio devices
- Compatible With all popular VoIP soft
- Supports Windows and Linux
- Rings on an incoming call
integration into your custom applications
with the FREE API
PC above processor/64MB Ram/10MB free hard
with any Internet connection: Dial up modem,
ISDN, Cable modem, xDSL, LAN and Leased
98 SE/ME/2000/XP/Linux operating system
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