Most of the VOIP phones around today are not very stylish, well Thomson have the answer with this cool looking gadget which combines a VOIP phone and an Internet Radio.
The Symbio can also pick up RSS feeds and display them on the screen, it also has a battery life of 6 hours.
Here’s the specs.
- Wireless DECT VoIP.
- Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) on colour screen (128ƒ”128).
- Hands-free facility.
- Phonebook for up to 200 names and numbers.
- Log of 50 most recent incoming calls.
- HiFi ringtones.
Phone options (available according to versions and countries):
- HD Sound (G722 speech coding).
- Multi-line handling capability.
- SMS text messaging (Subject to subscription and technical availability of the service from your ISP)
- Phonebook synchronisation.
- MyInfokiosk: RSS data management (content personalisation). (Optional service depending on product version)
Internet radio :
- Stereo speakers (2 x 3 Watts).
- Portable radio. (over 6 hours listening time from rechargeable Li-lon battery)
- Extended range delivered by DECT technology.
- Digital broadcast: consistently high quality reception. (none of the interference typical of FM)
- Huge choice of Internet radio stations, listed by:
- Location (regional, national, international).
- Category (Classical, Rock, Pop, etc.).
- Preferences: SYMBIO stores your 10 favourite stations and the 10 most recently selected stations.
- Station name and other info such as artist or songs name displayed (depending on radio station).
- Listening duration display.
- Colour screen with auto-orientation.
- Built-in radio alarm.
Unfortunately there are no details on price or availability as yet.
Thomson via TFTS