Belkin adds desktop Skype phone

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Tim Higgins

Belkin today introduced its new Desktop Internet Phone for Skype,
which has an embedded Skype client for calling without needing a computer. Plug
it into an Ethernet port on your Internet-connected LAN and you’re ready to go.

Features include speaker phone, speed dial, call hold/release, call pickup/park,
mute, redial, hold, call-timer display, and contact list.

The phone will be out in March at an MSRP of $100.

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