VTech completes your home with all-in-one communication system

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VTech intends to make sure your stay connected (or can be contacted) by family and friends whenever you are at home, thanks to their latest all-in-one, complete home communication system. This entire setup will comprise of VTech’s new DECT 6.0 cordless headset, a base unit and two cordless handsets, where they will not break the $100 price point, now how about that? You will get a push-to-talk intercom and hands-free talking capabilities, where the LS6375-3 package will deliver fast and convenient communication for any household or small office. Of course, if you stay in a one bedroom apartment, purchasing this might be overkill, but for the average home with three or so rooms, why not consider it?

The use of DECT 6.0 technology will reinvigorate your home phones for clear, reliable communication, delivering peace-of-mind against dropped calls and unreliable reception. The $99.95 LS6375-3 package is well equipped with a wide range of special features that will improve the consumer’s experience and features VTech’s cordless headset, also known as the IS6100, where it will offer convenient, hands-free conversations while cooking, working, cleaning or working on other projects. The inclusion of a cordless headset will definitely add mobility wherever you are at home.

VTech’s LS6375-3 will also offer push-to-talk (PTT) functionality that is ideal for home-based businesses, small offices and larger families. Push-to-talk allows instant voice delivery via the handset speakerphone, letting users make announcements or easily have one-to-one conversations with someone else in a different room – which was why we said this isn’t really useful if you’re living in a one-bedroom apartment. Not only that, the LS6375-3 can be further expanded with up to four handsets and one headset, courtesy of the LS6305 accessory handset that can be purchased separately for $19.95.

While relatively cheap, that doesn’t mean the LS6375-3 is ugly to look at – no sir, it is a sight for sore eyes in fact, offering a low-profile handset keypad and chrome finishing with high-gloss black detailing. The thin, curved handsets will also deliver blue backlit LCDs that are easy on the eyes under dark conditions, while a speakerphone helps make communications easier.

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2 reviews or comments

Ian Quittner Says: March 7, 2011 at 11:26 am

I purchased this phone and while the phone has some decent qualities the shabby construction of the headset (the reason I purchased the phone), makes it not worth the price. The wireless headset holds an over ear or over head holder using a small very fragile “u” of brittle plastic. It lasted 2 days.

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