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Comment by freitasm, on 26-Apr-2006 12:40
And don't they look like some old Nokia mobile phones :-) ?
Comment by juha, on 26-Apr-2006 21:30
I've got one of these for Skype: http://www.computerphonestore.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=28&osCsid=23281ab59bcf70a4ea427499952cca66 There is a NZ distributor as well, but I can't remember the contact details. Works very well, and what can I say? The old-fashioned way of dog-and-boning is how you do it, VoIP notwithstanding. You'll find that calls to Telecom networks will have degraded quality though. Working on that at the moment...
Comment by juha, on 27-Apr-2006 09:52
Grack. It's a red Yamamoto USB phone. Oh here we go: http://dualphones.co.nz/ My mate Thomas has one of the Dualphones in Copenhagen. Have talked to him over it and honestly, the sound quality beats the PSTN. Then again, I'm able to use a non-Telecom network which doesn't deliberately add latency and jitter to kill VoIP, or that funky packet queueing with random transmission times.
Comment by freitasm, on 18-May-2006 23:05
Yes, I ahve a Dualphone as well. That's a real phone - cordless with long range, full control from the handset. Recommended...
Comment by Jess, on 23-May-2006 00:19
Help! My lovely mother, in an attempt to have regular, free contact with me in the UK, sent me this exact phone but she didn't remember that I own a Mac! Before I send it back to her -- anyone know if I'll be able to get this handset working on MAC OS X? cheers....
Comment by ashley HILTON, on 14-Jun-2006 00:28
Can anyone tell me if theres any problems using the des skype phone with a mac
Comment by Paul, on 24-Jun-2006 22:31
I'm curious as to whether you managed to get the mic working correctly under Ubuntu. I'm looking for a handset to use and Ubuntu is my preferred distro. Cheers Paul