VTech DS6321-3 cordless phone system
VTech Communications has just announced that their latest cordless phone system, the DS6321-3, will hit the market. This is touted to be the first cordless phone system of its kind that will be able to download your cellphone contacts directory entries via Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to make and receive both cellphone and landline calls on a cordless handset. Retailing for $99.95 a pop, it shouldn’t be too expensive for most households, and even better is the fact that it has enough storage to hold up to 6,000 numbers – that ought to be more than enough for the average Joe. Heck, I don’t even have a thousand names in my addressbook, and out of the few hundred I only keep in touch with a handful of them.
Whenever you use the DS6321-3 handset to receive a cellphone call, you will be able to enjoy clearer, more comfortable conversations, alongside superior reception and talk range throughout the home or small office. This provides you with more peace-of-mind, since the chances of missing a call whenever you’re in another room won’t happen. Capable of registering up to a quartet of Bluetooth-enabled devices, the DS6321-3 allows up to a couple of cellphones to be connected to it simultaneously. Operating as a virtual two-line system, the DS6321-3 makes sure you can hold a conversation on a landline on one handset, while the other handset could be used to talk to another person on a cellphone simultaneously. With DECT 6.0 technology, you can more or less be guaranteed of superior sound quality, range and interference-free calls.
You will get a trio of handsets in the initial package, although with more dough you can expand the operation to hit a dozen handsets using but a solitary phone jack. It will work fine as long as the cellphone remains within 30 feet (standard Bluetooth range), and boasts the ability to transfer calls or conference calls between handsets.