Northwestern Bell Dual Handset 2.4Ghz Bluetooth Phone


#1

#2

No thanks WOOT!

Wake me up when they’re 5.8 jpg-flavored caller-id, and robot wives are cheap and effective…


#3

Wonder if this will interfere with my router frequency… Guess I can’t have it too close.

Damn, 5.8 and I would have been SOLD!


#4

hummm, wounder if it will work with my pocket pc…axim with bluetooth…
skype FTW!


#5

HORRAY! Another device that will drop my wireless network.

/unsubscribe.


#6

nice phone, 2 links woot is hooking us up with 2 tonight.

http://www.nwbphones.com/36870.html
and
http://www.nwbphones.com/36871.html


#7

I don’t even have a land-line phone. Cell phone only here. And I stayed up for this?


#8

any idea if this will interfer with wifi networks? my parents have a set that raises hell with the network, i’ll definately replace them with these if they don’t cause problems. i’m gonna dig around, i’ll post if i find anything


#9

Decent I guess. Not the best woot of all time, but I guess if you need some cordless phones, this is ok. Might also cut down on interference that other cordless phones can cause on wireless systems.


#10

My only question regarding this phone:

What level of interactivity does the USB port allow?
I guess what I really mean is how much third-party or open source software is there available (if any)?


#11

This woot completely confuses me.


#12

Can these things work with VOIP? Not sure I get what good the bluetooth is.


#13

I think woot should use these phones to call some new suppliers. Night all!


#14

Where is the benefit of being bluetooth? I don’t get it. I have an Axim x30 w/ BT. What could I use this phone to do with it?


#15

Bluetooth is 2.4GHz protocol. Sorry, Charlie. I got lucky to be able to snag some RF survey gear and figure out where the QUIETEST channel was for my WiFi network. Helps quite a bit, but I still get interference if I’m close to the card or router.


#16

Who uses regular telephones any way? I thought we all had cell phones these days.


#17

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#18

Woot always finds the big pocket crap innovation products that will never make it big.


#19

I loved the further adventures of Bluetooth, my favorite wootcast pirate. but the chipmunks are nauseating.
If I needed phones, I would get these.


#20

What could the range on these things be? If they’re class B BT it’s only 30feet, Class A has 300 feet but I still don’t think that’s a realistic range