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I found two more VoWLAN phones at Giant Wireless and Clipcomm's booths. Giant is a Hong Kong-based OEM / ODM for Motorola, SBC, Cobra and other "name brand" companies. Giant's CP 100 (Figure 9) is 802.11b, has a color screen, and I assume it's WEP-only. Pricing hasn't been set yet, but it's due out in "Q2 2006".

Giant CP 100Wi-Fi Clamshell phone

Figure 9: Giant CP 100 Wi-Fi Clamshell phone
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Clipcomm is also in the Wi-Fi VoIP handset game with its CWP-100 (Figure 10). It looks nicely made with a candy bar form-factor, and has a monochrome screen and 802.11b radio supporting 64 / 128 bit WEP. I didn't get price or availability details, but I got the impression it will be out soon.

Clipcomm CWP-100

Figure 10: Clipcomm CWP-100
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