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Pioneer TF-FN2000 Minimalist Cordless Phone

Posted in Pioneer by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

Pioneer Japan has introduced a new series of compact cordless phones, dubbed the Pioneer TF-FN2000 series. This 2.4GHz cordless phone features an LED display, an answering machine, a call screening system and a hands-free mode. It certainly is unique looking.

The Pioneer TF-FN2000 delivers 6-hours of continuous talk time on a full charge and comes with a compact cradle and an ultra minimalistic handset. This device is available in black, white and red. It should be launched in Japan later this month.

Sharp JD-4C1CL/CW Cordless Phone with Photo Frame

Posted in Sharp by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2010

Sharp is still trying to make the landline hip. They’ve kinda succeeded with this one. The new JD-4C1CL/CW is basically a typical cordless phone, but the docking station features a 4.3-inch digital photo frame and 64MB of internal storage space.

And it looks decent. Even stylish. We don’t have much more info right now, but we can tell you that it will ship in brown, red and white in April. We also don’t have a price. We do know that we like it.

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 cordless phone

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2008

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 cordless phoneFirst off, these phones are so long, they’re crazy. They look like a bunch of techno-cobras ready to strike, but kept at bay by a pair of lovely Asian ladies. So what’s the deal? These are from Bang & Olufsen, unique cordless telephones called BeoCom2 in Korea.

Each phone uses a single piece of curved aluminum to create a slender, though HUGE shape that’s easy to pick up, handle and operate with one hand. I suppose it would be good for seniors, or those with huge heads. Should you fall into one of those two categories, the BeoCom2 will be available in six different colors which will include white, blue, yellow, grey, black and natural aluminum. The Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 is available for 1,790,000(KRW).

Vtech IS6110 cordless phone with QWERTY keypad & IM

Posted in VTech by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2008

Vtech IS6110 cordless phone with QWERTY keypad & IM
Now, here’s a great way to introduce those, um, older folks to things like IM conversations and the like. You won’t need one of those smartphones the kids are using these days. Now you can do IM conversations via a landline telephone. That’s right, this is the industry’s first instant messaging cordless phone.

Don’t believe me? Just have a look at the full-fledged QWERTY keypad. The phone’s base station just has to be connected via USB to a PC, after which users can have free access to MSN Messenger, Windows Live Messenger and AOL Instant Messenger. Seriously, this is the best way to ease these old folks into the the modern era. It’ll only cost you $99.95.