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The Wireless-Office-in-a-Box consists of three KIRK 2010 DECT handsets and a KIRK KWS 300 Wireless Server . The recently-introduced handset's features include hands-free speakerphone, caller ID, call timer, a 40-name phonebook and headset jack.

The KWS 300 is a SIP-based single-cell wireless phone system that can support up to 12 handsets and four simultaneous calls. It is interoperable with BroadSoft, Cisco, Digium, Innovaphone, Nortel and Objectworld IP PBX systems. A total of six KIRK repeaters can be added to extend the coverage area.

The KIRK Wireless-Office-in-a-Box is available now at an MSRP of $700.

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