The Kensington Vo2000 Bluetooth VoIP Phone

Posted on Sep 8 2008 - 2:43am by Richard Sharp

Kensington Vo2000 Bluetooth VoIP PhoneInternet telephony has become more widely used thanks to advances in its technology. Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP as it’s more often referred, provides us with the opportunity to make voice calls to other VoIP users using an Internet telephone and can prove especially useful for the mobile users around the world. Part of the reason for this is the potentially lower charges when compared to using your mobile phone.

The Kensington Vo2000 Bluetooth Internet phone is one of the latest in Internet phone designs and is particularly innovative because it not only connects to your laptop using a bluetooth connection but it fits into the PCMCIA slot on the side of your computer. When you remove the phone you are then able to flip the bottom of it open so that it closely resembles a standard mobile phone.

While VoIP has yet to truly emerge as a genuine option for all telephone conversations, it is becoming increasingly popular; more and more companies are offering VoIP services and a greater number of Internet telephones are being created and designed by companies like Kensington but currently the Vo2000 takes the award for the most innovative and enables you to do something useful with the PCMCIA slot if you don’t already use it.

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