Phones Fixed Are Much More Interesting Than Tea Imagine: This Is The Technology and Models That You Should Look at

With the arrival of smartphones on a massive scale in house, messaging and even flat rates to speak from the mobile, the forgotten in the communication at home are the fixed telephones. What times that have a fixed wireless was a joy that he gave us absolute comfort to speak and speak from the sofa.

If you still believe in the fixed home phone line, practically an imposition in households by companies, you should know that technology and current models open up a world of possibilities at home. We suggest you to know what you must keep in mind when buying a landline home and the best models Depending on what you look for.

What to consider before you buy a landline for House

Choose a fixed home phone not usually associated to navigate between options, models and determine which technology or specification is that best fits my needs. But it doesn’t exactly. From now on, if you need to renew a landline at home we recommend that you take at least a few minutes prior to fix a number of features that you would like to be, and with them already decide the final model.

Some of the basic considerations exclusively related to technology, are not services, which you must not ignore are:

Wireless technology

It is quite unlikely that a home and not an office, you opt not for a wireless model. Currently there are three technologies that are available in the market: 2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz and DECT 6.0.

The first have already virtually no presence in the market, and they have been replaced by the 5.8 GHz thanks to the lower probability of interference with other wireless equipment from home. The latest and recommended, although they have higher price, are the Terminal DECT 6.0, sure as well as better quality of sound and be free of interference, it allows a more efficient management of energy.

Analog or digital

In the world of fixed telephones, analog technology still has an important presence. Allows you to offer very affordable terminals, but they are not idea by interference and of course security issues. To prevent these two problems will have to pay a little more but we make sure House cleaner and more secure communications. Only handsets DECT 6.0 are all digital. If you choose 5.8 GHz models you can find both analog and digital.

Bluetooth connectivity

Some of the best features that include current fixed telephones are directly related to system bluetooth connectivity. It can use a hands-free accessory mode up to share with the smarpthone agenda or even answer your calls with the telephone.

Multi-device systems

It is longer than usual in the market, but don’t forget to choose the possibility of including in the same system two or more terminals, so you increase the comfort of large homes use landline.

Here it is important to see if the terminal is GAP compatible (Generic Access Profile). If so, we may share with models even by other brands that are also GAP compatible.

Fixed-line telephones for home shopping guide

Once you have got clear some points related to the main specifications of base you should know to venture on a landline for house purchase, comes to know the selection of the best models on the market today.

In this fixed phones shopping guide, we have grouped the best models for purchase that you might be looking for factors. We started.

Phones to show off design

If in some households the landline has been left as a child, there is no why hide it. Different manufacturers take a few years launching phones where they premium above all is the design. And there are real wonders.

If you want a classic but at the same time current touch, Grundig offers Sagemcom Sixty model in its catalog. The headset is wireless and has LCD display and answering machine. Available in various colors, including the elegant black, and has a price of 90 euros.

Philips repeated this year its strategy to introduce a fixed phone, DECT if, with a different and very attractive design. The new one Philips Luceo includes two screens, an external 1.8 inch where it is always present time and an internal of 2.77 inches. In them we can see both on incoming calls and information coverage or remaining battery status.

In addition to improved sound technology HQ-Sound, among its most useful features is the possibility of manage a blacklist of incoming numbers, block calls or have a silent mode.

This fixed terminal tempting of Philips sale at Amazon for 70 euros.

On the Philips model line we found a very recent release: Gigaset Sculpture. This phone has a 1.8 inch screen and the usual modes of voicemail, call barring, as well as tooling of the type baby home, which allows us to use as intercom.

The new Gigaset Sculpture has a price of 80 euros.

AEG has several interesting models on an aesthetic level. One of the most striking and that it will not be price is the AEG Loop, that leaves 38 euros. Here is almost all design, because the rest is pretty classic: hands-free, monochrome display, and 10 hours of autonomy in conversation mode.

If you are looking for services and advanced features such as the of your smarpthone

Wanting to keep a landline at home and give you enough use is not at all fought with ready cousin of the family. I speak of the smartphone. Neither advanced connectivity or IP calling features should be relegated to other devices resulting more uncomfortable to use at home than a wireless DECT.

The range of fixed-line telephones with technology Philips Mobilelink It is one of the most complete if you want both your fixed and your mobile phone is carried well and they complement each other at home. These phones, with bluetooth connectivity, allow share calendar with your smartphone or even the computer (Google contacts) to make and receive telephone calls from our smartphone.

There is a model with classic display of 2 inches, or terminals that seem really a smartphone with 5.2-inch display. They can be used in all cases with headphone handsfree bluetooth, store up to 6000 contacts, include any theme music like melody and its price goes from 80 euros from the base and terminal S9 up to the 150 euros for the S10A.

In the range of advanced DECT terminals, Panasonic also has something to say. Their most complete models belong to the series, KX-PRD260MEB, which include a base with USB port to smartphones, mainly Android, that want to recharge or that seek to listen to music.

Its bluetooth connectivity also picks up the smartphone music to hear it through your speakers. And it is the landline is making as a remote control for volume and tracks of the smartphone.

Not only more complete fixed phones allow you to answer calls of our smartphone but a very complete management who want you call us and at what hours, what is great for calls trading

Can also connect cellphone with the DECT base for manage calls the smartphone from the fixed terminal. That includes the synchronization of the agenda, as well as incoming and outgoing calls, which can be up to two different smartphones. To do this we must place the base connected to a WiFi router.

Finally, the do not disturb mode includes, in addition to a black list of contacts, different options for set periods of time where we don’t want to sound any calls or only those that we indicate a group of contacts.

If our preference when we think in a Advanced DECT phone It is not so much to integrate the smarpthone into the system such as IP, an interesting option calls for 100 euros It’s him Gigaset IP C530.

This system can make up to three simultaneous calls (one from the fixed line) and two via IP even using the agenda of our smarpthone, that previously there will be copied to the Gigaset system using an application for Android.

Another Panasonic terminal within the range of advanced is the KX-PRW110MEW. Here the role of the smartphone which we links don’t see bent its functionality with the terminal DECT 6.0, but it is upside down. We can use tablets and mobile phones as extensions of the DECT base to answer or make calls from fixed line.

This terminal screen is 2.2-inch QVGA resolution and color. Its price is likewise not excessively high: 85 euros.

If the idea of who wants a home DECT terminal is that it can run natively, no bluetooth connectivity but also as mobile phone, Panasonic has the model PRX-150. Here the design is completely a smartphone to use, with 3.5 inch touch screen. The “trick” is that, in addition to the DECT synchronized with the base for calls from the fixed station, there is slot for SIM.

The operating system which runs when in mode smartphone is Android 4.0, and there is no problem in that let’s it us away from home if necessary. Its price is 165 EUR.

The most affordable and for the whole family

If neither design nor advanced features come within our preferences, there are quite a few models available that include bright colors, several extra in the pack and good autonomy. In addition, in many of these cases, if the battery begins to fail, it is very easy to find spare parts to renovate only that element. Then the most complete and balanced models we recommend:

  • Philips D130: the basic pack comes out around 23 euros, and includes two terminals with volume control automatic, configuration of plug and ready so screen 1.6 inch.
  • Gigaset A120: Here the initial pack is 3 prong (base and wireless plus two extra). Its price is 40 euros, the screen is backlit and missing the system Plug & play for easier installation thanks to the handsets come pre-registered with the station base.
  • Panasonic KX-TGD320: This DECT and GAP of Panasonic system is one that more expansion to da. It can be configured with up to four base stations and each one of them supports up to 6 extra handsets. Also includes a digital answering machine for those who you rather use this functionality. Its price is 52 euros.

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