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ZYXEL P-2000W v2 VoIP Wi-Fi phone

Wi-Fi VoIP phones are a cool concept. But at least in the case of ZyXEL's second attempt at a low-cost product, the reality got Tim Higgins a little hot under the collar.

Olympia Cordless DUALPhone for Skype

Skype is easy and cheap to use, but it's no fun being tied to your PC. The Cordless DUALphone for Skype lets you yak away via Skype or "normal" phone service, roam as free as you want to be, and keep track of the online status of your fellow Skypers.

Sipura SPA-2100 Analog Telephone Adapter

Sipura does such a good job of making VoIP ATAs that Linksys bought the company. Tim Higgins takes a look at one of Sipura's most recent models and discovers just how configurable a SIP ATA can be.

Axis 211A Network Camera

There are plenty of network cameras to choose from, so what makes a fixed position, wired camera worth a premium price? Humphrey Cheung takes a look.

BroadVoice BYOD VoIP Service

If you purchased your own VoIP hardware when you signed up for service, you might be surprised to know that it will be as useful as a brick if you decide to change carriers. BroadVoice's Bring Your Own Device service takes a different approach for those who like to own their own hardware. Tim Higgins takes an in-depth look.

Two approaches to VoIP - Skype vs. Vonage

Big-time VoIP providers may be trying to put old-line telcos out of business, but Skype may be beating them at their own game. Russell Shaw compared Skype with the current VoIP top dog, Vonage, and his conclusions may surprise you.

Buffalo Technology LinkTheater

The Buffalo Technology LinkTheater combines a progressive-scan DVD player, and networked multimedia adapter capable of handling streaming music and HD display of photos and movies. Jim Buzbee takes it for a spin and finds a lot, but not everything, to like.

Actiontec 54Mbps Wireless Network Camera

There are many consumer-priced networked cameras on the market today and even 802.11g wireless capability is pretty much a ho-hum feature. Humphrey Cheung took a look at Actiontec's offering, but found most of its differentiation to be in its negatives.
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