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Motorola DECT 6.0 Cordless Big Button Phone K301
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The Motorola K301 DECT 6.0 cordless phones with stylish handset and large buttons and display is a great addition to your home or office. Features include: Maxi Visual ringer indicator for incoming call alert, receiver volume control on the side of the handset, volume booster to double receiver sound, low/medium/high frequency tone adjust, 3 direct memory keys for emergency, extra loud ringer and earpiece, hearing aid compatible, handset speakerphone, 30 name and number phonebook, caller display stores information for the last 30 calls, up to 12 hours talk time and 180 hours standby.

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i've been quite proud of the fact that i've used the same cell phone for 3 years. but due to carrier-locking, i'm finally switching to a new phone and now my perfectly-good old phone is just a piece of hazardous waste. my new phone is a nokia n76. it's nokia's razr-like phone. i got a nokia because my 3-year phone was a nokia, and i've never had a cell phone last that long! i bought an unlocked phone this time, and went to get a number for it, and some minutes. i can switch carriers any time i want. i really can't begin to describe how amazing this phone is. i don't know how they fit all those features into such a small thing. it's truly great, but i truly feel terrible for those engineers whose job it was to emsmallen everything so damn much. it even has speakers that sound really damn good. and i can put songs and pictures and stuff on it, and take pictures and things off of it, (using linux even!) by simply plugging in the phone and mounting it as mass storage. the mp3s can be used as ringtones and pictures can be used as wallpaper without any special tricks. never buy ringtones or wallpapers for your phone--they are a scam. there is absolutely no reason you shouldn't be able to put song and picture files on your phone and have them just be able to work as ringtones and wallpapers. the only reason they try to sell them to you is because they can. thanks nokia for another winner. i'll lavish more praise on you if it's still going strong in 3 years! update 20091119: the OS is annoying, the buttons are hard to hit correctly, and the chrome scratches off and looks terrible. but the phone is still going strong!

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Vtech 5.8 GHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID

The Vtech CS5111 Cordless Phone with Caller ID operates on the enhanced 5.8 GHz frequency for clear reception that won't interfere with WiFi networks in your home. The handset features a large, lighted display that makes for easy viewing. The CS5111 is caller ID/call waiting compatible, which tells you the name, number, time and date of incoming calls, even when you're already on the phone. It stores the information of the last 45 callers.
The phone has a phonebook directory that stores 20 names and numbers which can be dialed with the touch of a button. There are also nine speed dial presets and an indicator alerting you of a waiting voicemail. Users can choose from a set of ringtones to personalize their phone. The handset fits comfortably in the hand and the phone includes a wall mount bracket for placement options.

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