SMC WSKP100 Wi-Fi Phone For Skype
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- Free calling from anywhere in the world within the Skype network, and cost effective calling to fixed lines or mobile phones using Skype's SkypeIn and SkypeOut services
- Integrated IEEE 802.11b/g wireless connectivity and an easy to configure, pre-installed, Skype User Interface making for easy configuration and use
- Quality of Service (QoS) function that prioritizes voice traffic, ensuring good consistent voice quality
- Until the launch of the service we are offering SMC Wi-Fi Phone for Skype customers the opportunity to trial the service for FREE across our UK network
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The new compact Wi-Fi Phone for Skype is perfect for users who need mobility and cost effective voice calls over the Internet. The WSKP100 is intended to help users make Skype calls at home, work or campus without the hassle of having to turn on your computer.
The WSKP100 is based on the 802.11b/g Standard so it is compatible with almost all standard Wi-Fi access points or wireless routers on the market. In addition, the WSKP100 has a 1.8” CSTN LCD with 65K colors and supports the latest encryption standards to protect your calls and increase privacy.
With SMC’s WSKP100 users can have access to both PSTN and Skype networks as long as users have a Skype account with the relevant services. Once configured, users will not have to remember the SSID or security of each AP as the WSKP100 can store this information and will connect automatically to the closest of your preferred wireless networks at startup.
With the WSKP100 you can enjoy the benefit of free calls within the Skype network, and regular cost effective calls using Skype’s paid services such as SkypeIn and SkypeOut. Convenience is enhanced with the WSKP100’s interface for making any configuration changes both quick and easy.
Antenna gain level (max): 2.5 dBi
Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Call waiting: Y
Channels quantity: 13 channels
Colour of product: White
Compliance industry standards: IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b
Conference call: Y
Dimensions (WxDxH): 49 x 115 x 18 mm
Display number of colours: 65536 colours
Display resolution: 128 x 160 pixels
Frequency band: 2.4 - 2.497
Mac compatibility: N
Operating temperature (T-T): 0 - 40 °C
Output power: 16 dBm
Safety: UL 60950-1 (UL), EN 60950-1 (TUV), IEC 60950-1 (CB)
Standby time: 50 h
Supported data transfer rates: 1 - 54 Mbps
Talk time: 3 h
Wireless connection: Y
Top customer reviews
It is BIG and the battery life is rubbish, just like the 3G mobile phone I had four years ago, the one I have now is tiny and the battery sometimes lasts a few days so I know things will move on.
It is a shame there is no video, that would make this a must have gaget; there is no text chat either and I think there should be, it is quite normal to text from a mobile phone.
I managed to buy mine when Amazon were only charging 50 quid and I think this phone is worth that sort of money.
The good news is that this phone can automatically update its software so I hope that as the manufacturer understands better how this product should work my user experience will get better, hopefully the first thing they will do is add text chat.
The bad news is that hot spot coverage on my side of town is non existent, again this will improve, but I'm not sure I want to pay 7 quid a month to The Cloud with a 12 month lock-in for what will never be 100% coverage for just voice.
My limited experience roaming between wifi networks has so far been nigh on disasterous (I am assuming this will be improved), once when roaming back into my home wifi network the phone did not connect and the wifi router stopped, not necessarily anything to do with this phone but it has never happened before :).
All the calls I have made have had excellent voice quality at both ends (I have been asking the recipients).
Wifi reception seems good, it finds one more network from my house than my Sony Vaio laptop and the internal walls of my house which are built of bricks with excepionally high iron content do not seems to defeat this phone as they do some devices.
I am glad I bought this product but I am glad I only paid 50 quid.
It will last 24 hours and takes no time at all to fully recharge while switched on. The signal is great, although sometimes claims to have lost connection, when in fact it is still connected.
Occasionally the sound quality is echoy but that is more to do with Skype than the phone it's self.
Annoying features, volume of ring tone is far to low even at the highest settings for a house phone, and the ring tone it's self leaves a lot to be desired.
you have got to remember that this new technolgy, I think it's great. And the caller ID and voicemail an added bonus that do make me think of this more as a mobile than the house phone it should be.
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