Wi-Fi Phones an overview

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Wireless phones and phones with WiFi overview

Take your communications with you at work, at home, even in many restaurants and hotels..  A new trend in wireless phones allows you to avoid long distance charges by connecting VOIP services via local wireless networks, or Hotspots.  For people on the go, these are ideal tools for staying in touch with while moving within a building or complex.

Making use of the 802.11 (b and g) standards, and certain to step directly into the downwardly compatible wireless N, these WiFi phones are able to connect wirelessly at speeds of up to 54Mbps.  Some models offer high resolution displays with applications as vital and practical as transferring x-rays or other medical document directly to the doctor’s location.

Cisco Systems is one of the star leaders on the corporate side of VOIP services and equipment, but WiFi phone users may even connect through services provided by companies such as Yahoo, Google Talk, or ICQ.  Literally taking the phone, image, and video to people who can’t afford to be away from their desk. ')}

Article written by MyComputerAid.com



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