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21. Motorola Ojo Personal Video Phone
$115.99 $92.95 list($119.99)
22. Motorola MD481 2.4 GHz Digital
$67.99 $67.89 list($89.99)
23. Motorola T7100R GMRS/FRS Rechargeable
Too low to display list($59.99)
24. Motorola MA361 2.4 GHz Cordless
$47.99 list($89.99)
25. Motorola T5920 Rechargeable GMRS
$149.88 list($209.99)
26. Motorola Spirit GT Plus Professional
$75.99 list($99.99)
27. Motorola MA580 5.8 GHZ Analog
$55.99 list($109.99)
28. Motorola T5950 AA Alkaline GMRS
$89.99
29. Motorola 2.4GHz Corded Phone with
Too low to display $28.99 list($59.99)
30. Motorola's Disney 53669 "Classic"
$84.99 list()
31. Wireless Ethernet Bridge
$133.99 $99.99 list()
32. Motorola/GI 512723-001-00 802.11G
$49.88
33. Motorola IMFree(TM) Wireless Instant
$11.99 list($14.99)
34. Motorola 56320 Earpiece with Boom
$60.99 $36.99 list()
35. Motorola 498417-001-00 Wireless
$47.99 $47.90 list($69.99)
36. Motorola T6500AA Alkaline GMRS/FRS
Too low to display $57.95 list($79.99)
37. Motorola MD471 2.4 GHz Digital
$120.99 list()
38. MD791 5.8GHZ Dig Cordless Phone
$24.74 $24.73 list($49.99)
39. Motorola T4900AA GMRS / FRS 3
$47.99 list($69.99)
40. Motorola T4550AA GMRS / FRS Two-Way

21. Motorola Ojo Personal Video Phone (PVP-1000)
list price: $799.99
our price: $799.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00098175K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 17505
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Digital speakerphone; picture-based caller ID and phonebook
  • 2.4 GHz frequency, digital and analog signal compatibility
  • Base video phone, 1 cordless handset with 6-hour talk time
  • 5.6-inch backlit LCD panel with 176 x 144 resolution
  • TCP/IP 10/100 Base-T network ready; designed for broadband use

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars No computer needed for OJO !
My mother is 79, lives in NJ. I got her a Motorola OJO, and my brother in AZ got one. My mother burst into tears 1st time she saw the grand girls in 2 1/2 years. So life like, almost like being there, she could "almost touch them". So much better than a phone call, so cool. They OJO each other alot in the few weeks they had them. Excellent quality, picture like the TV, very life like. Nice speaker and nice features. Easy to use, no computer. I highly recommend it, price should come down if the cable companies start to offer it. 5 STARS *****

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
The quality is superb!
Once the word gets out, everyone will own one.

5-0 out of 5 stars The future is now
This phone is SO COOL...My whole family has been floored with the picture and audio quality from day 1.It is also very user friendly.My wife loves actually seeing her sister on the phone.I learned about the OJO at ojoworld.com.....very helpful site with lots of great links.Motorola sells the phone...Worldgate developed it.This is some great stuff!

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible picture and sound quality
The Ojo is an amazing product and is truely worth every dime I spent. I have relatives that live on the West coast and to be able to see them anytime I use my Ojo phone is worth its weight in gold. I highly recommend this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Product of the year!
If you havent seen one of these yet you should. I bought two and they are perfect for video talking. It is worth any price trust me. The picture quality is amazing, and unbelievable. If you do not own one that is a big mistake. Go buy one and you will see what I am talking about! ... Read more


22. Motorola MD481 2.4 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Answering Device (Silver)
list price: $119.99
our price: $115.99
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Asin: B0001W9HO2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 3750
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The MD481 from Motorola is a 2.4 GHz cordless phone that can grown with your needs and includes a built-in answering machine. Expandable up to four handsets (two included), the MD481 lets you place additional extensions anywhere you need them. An intercom function lets you communicate with other handsets on the system, while a conferencing features allows you to speak with multiple parties at once.

Caller ID/call waiting compatible, the MD481 holds up to 40 numbers in its internal caller ID memory, and also features a 99-number phone directory (50 per handset, 49 shared) to help you keep track of important numbers. Speakerphones are provided on both the base and the handset, and a headset jack allows you to connect an optional headset for mobile, hands-free communication. A room monitor mode lets you hear what's going on at another handset location, while another mode lets you use the handsets as walkie-talkies.

A page/handset locator makes finding a lost handset quick and easy, and a low-battery indicator lets you know when to return the handset to its cradle to recharge. The all-digital answering machine has one mailbox, which comes with a 15-minute maximum recording time. A memo feature lets you record notes such as driving directions for later recall, while remote operation lets you check your messages while you are away. The MD481 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital signal; expandable to 4 handsets, 2 included
  • Caller ID/call waiting, 40-call memory
  • Integrated digital answering machine, 15-minute record time
  • 99-number internal phone directory
  • Intercom, 3-way conferencing

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Really Cool Phone!
I really like this phone! It is convenient and allows me to have a phone in my great room downstairs; the phone company was trying to charge me a ridiculous amount of money to install a new jack. I have really good sound quality and it is so convenient to check messages from any phone and in any room; I don't have to walk upstairs to access the base. YEAH! The only problem that I have had is that the battery life sort of sucks. I have had my phones since August 2003 and started to notice the short life sometime in Oct. 2003. I called Motorola with the problem and they told me to send the phones in and they would replace them! I'm happy!

2-0 out of 5 stars The worst phone ever!!!
The phone did not work correctly from day one. Trying to get help from Motorola's 800 number proved a waste of time. I lost the receipt from Target so now I'm stuck with this junk.

5-0 out of 5 stars WE LOVE IT!!!
We bought our original phone about a little over a year ago and we have absolutely NONE of the problems described by the other reviewers. We have had no static or sound quality disturbances while being on the phone. Everyone that has come over to our home and used it have loved it and asked where to get one for them!! We just had to have our original one replaced because the on and off button got worn out but I called Motorola and explained the problem and I was told to return the phone and they would send me a new one and that is exactly what they did. There was no hassle at all and they didn't require a receipt (thank goodness!) or anything it was a very hassle free solution. Our new phone is even better then the original one! My family ABSOLUTLY LOVES this phone and VERY glad to have it!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PHONE!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Static
I bought this phone for my mom to replace her not so old Panasonic analog phone which didn’t work well from day one. I choose to replace it with this Motorola because the price seemed good for the features I was getting with it, and I have owned a few Motorola cell phones in the past that worked well for me. My mom and I have been testing out this phone for close to three months now, and we are definitely going to be returning it before the three month return policy window ends. The phone really just doesn’t work as well as it should. I agree with the previous reviewers, one of the worst things about the phone is the amount of static present most of the time. In addition some of the phones features, like the private phonebooks on each handset, really become more annoying then beneficial. To replace this phone I bought a new model from Southwestern Bell, the GH4152. It comes with almost all the features the MD481 has, but I bought it for $40 less and it seems to be working great so far. Thank G-d for Targets return policy, otherwise my mom would be stuck with this peace of junk.

2-0 out of 5 stars Love everything except the sound quality
I really love the look, feel and features of this phone. However, it's going back tomorrow because it sounds like I'm call people with a tin can on a string. There's no way to change the channel this phone uses and the manual does not have a section for troubleshooting problems of any sort. ... Read more


23. Motorola T7100R GMRS/FRS Rechargeable Two-Way Radios, Silver (2 Pack)
list price: $89.99
our price: $67.99
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Asin: B0001YFW7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1508
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 7 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 38 codes per channel
  • Comes with rechargeable batteries and drop-in charger
  • Backlit display for easy viewing in dark places
  • Comes with removable belt clips to clip on anywhere

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Bulky radio with bad range
Compared to other motorla two way radios (Eg. 5 miles range) this is a more bulky and heavier version. The 2 extra mile range are difficult to appreciate...Even that in a city where you expect 3 miles at least for this radio...you don't get it even with full battery charge. I know the price is similar to one of 5 miles but the reception is similar and this equipment is bulkier so better buy a 5 miles range. I know the 7 miles range is under optimal conditions...but it seems to be the dessert without mountains of sand....in the city it works up to two miles.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bait & Switch
Product is good, business practice is questionable at best. Though pompously advertised at $84.99, no source would agree to furnish it for less than $95 - most at $99.87.

Quite frankly, I expect more from Amazon. Shame on you. ... Read more


24. Motorola MA361 2.4 GHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Digital Answering System
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006JBJD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1740
Average Customer Review: 2.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Motorola MA361 cordless phone employs 2.4 GHz analog transmission for great range performance and audio quality and combines it with an all-digital answering system, caller ID, and visual call waiting. Plus, it offers a sleek, modern silver design that complements any contemporary decor.

Call features are accessed from the handset, which provides a three-line backlit LCD for easy-to-read reference. Enjoy the convenience of redial, handset locator, and handset volume. It also comes with a convenient belt clip for hands-free operation (headset not included).

The digital answering system is housed in the phone's base unit, which also provides handset charging. The answering system provides single mailbox reception with 15 minutes of recording time, including memo recording, plus date/time stamping, easy-to-use message playback controls, and full remote operation.

The MA361 comes with a rechargeable battery that when fully charged provides six hours of talk time or six days on standby. It is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Motorola MA361 base station, handset, belt clip, rechargeable battery, AC adapter/charger, telephone line cord, user manual, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz analog operation
  • Tapeless digital answering system
  • Caller ID with call waiting
  • 6-hour talk time, 6-day standby battery life
  • 1-year limited warranty

Reviews (50)

5-0 out of 5 stars All the right features
This phone had all the right features that I was needing in a cordless phone with a digital answering machine. The sound clarity was clear and the volume on the handset is excellent. The backlit LCD display is handy when you have a call while you are asleep at night so as you can see who is calling you if you have caller ID service. I even tested this phone by turning on the microwave and standing right beside it while talking and there was no interference. I highly recommend this phone for it's quality and reasonable price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best phone I've ever used so far
If you need a phone that doesn't beep at you while you're talking, this is the one. Its got the longest battery life! I hate to use the other cordless phones around the house now after I got this one. I always forget to recharge my phones so when I use them the batteries go dead in the middle of an important conversation. But I have never run out on this one. And when I remember to recharge, it loads it up for another tireless round of talking. I've had this phone for almost 6 months now, and the batteries are still in good shape. Other phones I've had would have good batteries in the beginning, but start diminishing in capacity within 6 months despite leaving it on the charger for days at a time.

In addition the to batteries, its great to have a nice, sleek, modern design that looks good when there is company. A real plus is the lighted keypad for finding the phone in the dark.
Its just a great phone with all the works - caller id, and answering machine - at this price!

The only bad thing I noticed is that the volume is kinda low, even on the highest setting. Its not so great if you are talking with the TV on or have other noise in the background.

3-0 out of 5 stars Almost OK
I bought this phone several months ago on a recommendation. Well, it's a nice looking phone and the base is compact. I do like that it has a ringer on/off switch (many phones nowadays don't have that feature anymore). However, the quality of the reception is just awful! And changing the channel is manual. In addition, it is not very comfortable against the ear.

So, I'm back to the search for the perfect cordless phone....

2-0 out of 5 stars Answering machine does not work properly
My boyfriend and I bought this phone at Target about one month ago. We liked the look, the price,the fact that it was cordless, from a great brand, and that it had an answering machine. It was easy to start using it. The battery last long but the ringing tones are way too low. It works well by the microwave although we get some static. We were shocked when we started to get messages we could not hear. The voice on the machine goes up and down so badly that it is impossible to determine who was on the phone and what they were saying. We are about to go back to Target to return it. Thank God we have the receipt!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Given another chance I would not buy this phone
The problems: You cannot retrieve messages away from home -- although the specs read you can. After one year the battery is dying. I don't overuse my phone nor do I leave it off the cradle for long periods. For this price I expect to receive what the advertisment touts. ... Read more


25. Motorola T5920 Rechargeable GMRS 2-Way Radios (Pair)
list price: $89.99
our price: $47.99
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Asin: B00009LI54
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1510
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This radio package includes NiCD rechargeable batteries and a dual portdesktop charger, allowing you out-of-the-box recharging capabilities. The radiosthemselves are compact and light, perfect for outdoor activities. With a five mile range,ninety-nine interference eliminator codes and twenty-two total channels, you'll havemany options for 2-way communicating. Other features include: ten audible call alerts,VOX capability (even without additional accessories), talk confirmation tone, transmitLED, a backlit LCD screen, QT noise filter, priority scan, manual advance and nuisancedelete scan, VibraCall alert, and time out timer.

What's in the Box
Two T5920 radios, NiCD rechargeable batteries, dual pocket desktop charger, swivel beltclips, user manual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 channels
  • 5-mile range
  • Dual recharging desktop unit
  • 10 call alert tones
  • VOX (hands free) capable

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars NOT FOR ME!!!!
I have been searching for a great set of GMRS radios and I really wanted to like these, but alas it wasn't to be. The radios have a nice look to them, but that is about all. The buttons on the face of the radios are easy enough to press and operate, but not at the expense of the menu system. It takes so many presses just to do a simple change, I got quickly disgusted with it. Not only did the units require lots of button presses to make simple changes, but I needed to hold this CLOSE to my face just to see the TINY display. The PTT (push to talk) buttons are inset into the side of the units, making them near impossible to even press. My wife and I both had problems holding the buttons in just to talk for anything longer than two words because they required such force to press. I can say the rechargable batteries are good, but could be better if they were NiMH batteries instead of the inferior NiCD batteries included. Also, range was good since I could reach near a mile through thick trees and hilly terrain, maybe farther in open terrain. I ultimately found a far superior set of radios for a cheaper price in another brand with all the features I wanted that I have also reviewed on Amazon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Radios
Purchased these as a Christmas present for my father in law. Much improved version of the older motorola radios I have a lot more channels, rechargeble batteries and excellent performance. We used his new radios on our way to Orlando and they always worked even several miles apart. They even worked with my older radios when set to the same channel and security code. Amazon definetly had the best price we shopped everywhere including warehouse clubs and found amazon impossible to beat.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad, Bad, and just plain bad...
brought my from staple local store... first time, bad (can't transmit on the right channel) upon open, and had to be return.

and second time... still bad, I just would not believe it, but it is still bad, so had to be return again.

Well... just don't buy it, period.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!!!
I have been an FRS radio user for a long time. The clarity and quality of these radios are top notch. The audio quality is crystal clear and rival Motorola's first few series of talkabouts. The GMRS channels give these radios much better range and I really like the additional privacy codes. The dual charger and NiCD batteries supplied with these units make this a super deal!

1-0 out of 5 stars Motorola T5920 Radios
my work ordered 2 pair of these radios and they are the WORST possible radio you could buy.. the longest range we get is about 200 feet or so. 2 of the 4 we got were bad and had to be sent back. Highly DO NOT reccomend! ... Read more


26. Motorola Spirit GT Plus Professional 2-Way Radio with Charger
list price: $209.99
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Asin: B00004THXU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 17714
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Keeping in touch with family and friends while enjoying outdoor activities, communicating between cars traveling in a group, or getting messages from base camp to summit is remarkably easy with the Motorola Spirit GT Plus ultra lightweight two-way radio. Operating on two channels at up to 4 miles outdoors and covering up to 200,000 square feet indoors, Motorola provides you with the means to take advantage of the new family radio service (FRS) band. It operates on UHF business frequencies, allowing you to communicate with separate groups on separate channels. The device is ideal for use when you're running errands and enjoying outdoor activities, and it lets you talk to anyone for free.

As with a party line, other FRS users can overhear your conversations while operating on the same combination of channel and privacy code, but the GT Plus's 38 privacy codes do help block out unwanted channel interference. Attractively finished in silver and sturdily designed to absorb minor impacts, the Motorola Spirit GT Plus also features four selectable alert signals to notify you of incoming calls, and advanced voice activation for hands-free operation. It's powered by a rechargeable NiMH battery that holds up to 9 hours of standby battery life between charges. A carry holster is also included. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4-mile range
  • 8 UHF business-exclusive frequencies
  • Dual-channel operation with 38 subcodes
  • Channel scan feature lets you monitor frequencies and codes for activity
  • Rechargeable NiMH battery operate up to 9 hours

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars GT Plus not as functional as T280
GT Plus does everything the T280 does, but it is much harder to switch frequencies & channels. The T280 is a much better product at a lower price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Business radios operate on overcrowded business frequencies
On the jobsite or in the workplace, professional two-way radios
provide instant communication with individuals or multiple groups.

Business communications made simple! The Spirit GT+ radio
is ideally suited for retail stores, restaurants, schools,
hospitals, event coordination, small businesses and more.

Special "wait-to-talk" feature requires that you wait for
all the other conversations from the other companies that
share your frequency to stop transmitting so you can talk.

SpiritĀ® Professional two-way radios operate on business
radio frequencies, (not FRS) which adds to congestion on
the already overcrowded business radio service.
Not recommended for personal use.

Two channel operation allows twice as many users to
share the same frequencies with you and requires frequency
coordination with other companies in your area.

"Up to 4 mile range" means that you will recieve interference
and unwanted chatter from everybody else within a 4 mile radius.

Regardless of which 2 of the 8 frequencies you choose,
there will always be somebody telling you to "get off my channel!".

When you ask that person for their license information,
they will explain that "I don't need a license!".
When you explain the rules to them, they will argue
"your rules Do NOT apply to me!", then they will
start jammming you.

Here is a list of low power itinerant business radio frequencies:

1 464.5000 Brown
2 464.5500 Yellow
3 467.7625 J
4 467.8125 K
5 467.8500 Silver Star
6 467.8750 Gold Star
7 467.9000 Red Star
8 467.9250 Blue Star

SpiritĀ® Professional two-way radios operate on
radio frequencies that are regulated by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). In order to transmit
on these frequencies, you are required to have a license
issued by the FCC....

3-0 out of 5 stars NOT GMRS or FRS
This is a decieving radio. You need a business FCC license for it so you must apply for it and state your business need for these radio's. Its better to stick with GMRS or FRS unless you want to violate FCC R&R and use them for non-business use. There are FCC listeners everywhere that monitor the use of these frequencies and I have returned these radios and switched to GMRS. The claim that you have a 4 to 5 mile range is in perfect conditions, using these radios for the short time I had them gave me only minimal range increase from my FRS radios I've previously used. Range is dependent on the antennae and battery strength.

5-0 out of 5 stars Motorola still knows how to build a radio
These radios are great. I use them while hunting. Good clear crisp communicataion over the entire ranch, I highly recommend them. I have 4. ... Read more


27. Motorola MA580 5.8 GHZ Analog Cordless Phone w/Caller ID, Speakerphone & Digital Answering Machine
list price: $99.99
our price: $75.99
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Asin: B00061U9OU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2007
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Amazon.com Product Description

Combining a 5.8 GHz analog signal with 40-channel auto-scanning, the Motorola MA580 delivers clear performance. Ready for call waiting and caller ID (with paid subscription through your phone company), the MA580 has the capacity to store up to 40 names and numbers of incoming calls. Ten programmable speed dial locations offer quick access to your most frequently dialed numbers. A digital answering system is housed in the base unit, and full duplex speakerphone performance supports conversations for the whole room to hear.

The MA580 offers an impressively-sized housing design with rubberized grips for extra durability. Call features can be accessed from either the base or handset, andinformation can be displayed on either of the two three-line backlit LCDs (base or handset) in your choice of English, French, or Spanish. Additional call features include a call timer, three selectable ring tones, audible/visual low battery indicator, lighted handset keypad, and more. The phone is also headset compatible and is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
MA580 handset and base, phone line cord, AC power adapter, rechargeable battery pack, belt clip, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz analog signal; digital answering system
  • Caller ID with call waiting, 40-name-and-number memory
  • Base and handset speakerphones
  • 10 programmable speed dial locations; rubberized side grips
  • 3-line backlit LCD, trilingual menu prompts

28. Motorola T5950 AA Alkaline GMRS 2-Way Radios (Pair)
list price: $109.99
our price: $55.99
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Asin: B00009LI52
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1206
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Amazon.com Product Description

These are powerful one watt, GMRS 2-way radios allowing a range up to five miles. The radios are compact and light, perfect for any outdoor activity. Along with the ninety-nine interference eliminator codes and twenty-two total channels, you also receive NOAA weather channels to help you keep up with changing weather conditions. The ten audiblecall alerts allow you to individualize your calls, making it especially helpful in a work environment where other 2-ways are being used. The VibraCall alert is a nice option for keeping in touch while in meetings or when you're working or playing in a quiet environment. The VOX feature works with or without additional accessories, making it a nice choice if you see yourself requiring hands-free operation. The QT noise filter helps with more clear communications, while the nuisance delete scan helps to focus your attentions on useful frequencies. Other key features include: talk confirmation tone, transmit LED, a backlit LCD screen, priority scan, nuisance delete scan, and time out timer.

What's in the Box
Two T5950 2-way radios, swivel belt clips, user manual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 channels
  • 5-mile range
  • NOAA weather channels
  • Backlit LCD screen
  • VOX (hands free) capable

29. Motorola 2.4GHz Corded Phone with One Cordless Handset - MD491
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0007YJ4LK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MOTOROLA
Sales Rank: 24564
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Product Description

Caller ID and call waiting compatibleDigital answering systemTwo additional cordless handsetsFour-line backlit LCDWall mountable ... Read more

Features

  • Caller ID and call waiting compatible
  • Digital answering system
  • One additional cordless handset
  • Four-line backlit LCD
  • Wall mountable

30. Motorola's Disney 53669 "Classic" 2.4GHz Cordless Telephone with Caller ID
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006JBJE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2393
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Handset page with Disney character voice
  • Caller ID with visual call waiting
  • 10 speed dial presets
  • Last number redial
  • Voicemail waiting indicator

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very, very pleased!
I have owned two Panasonic cordless phones, one of which is terrific. The second of the two has constant interference and no matter how often I change channels it does not improve.

In an attempt to have another phone in the house that was actually clear and usable, I bought this funny little Motorola. After all, it was on sale. I didn't care what it looked like.

Cute appearance aside, this is a terrific little phone. The sound quality is excellent, with a volume control switch. The ring tones are too much fun and, it just looks fun! I also love the very compact size, including the base. It will fit in small places. There has never been static of any kind and I've never had to change the channel. Clear, crisp reception.

The only TINY drawback is that if you hold the phone between your cheek and shoulder, you may disconnect your caller. Other than that, a great little phone!

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Design
Let me first say, I love the look and idea behind this phone...I am a big Disney addict, BUT whoever designed this phone should be fired! I have 2 kids and I work out of my home and need to use the phone a lot. I cannot even count how many times I have hung up on poor unsuspecting souls on the other end. If you even press the phone into your ear too hard while holding on to it, it will hang up! And, the caller id feature is horrible also. It constantly misses calls. I do not use this phone anymore! (but I keep it plugged in because I like the Mickey Music when I get calls)

1-0 out of 5 stars Love the thought behind it, but bad design!!
This phone is cute and I loved the ringer sounds and the thought behind the design, but the people who designed this obviously never really tested it. You can not do ANYTHING while you are on this phone...you hang up on people constantly. I am a very busy mother of 3 and it is soooo embrassing to have to call people back and apologize for hanging up on them. I do not have a time where my hands can just sit and hold a phone to my ear. I am constantly resting the phone between my shoulder and ear, this phone is not made properly to allow you to do that. I highly recommend against purchasing this phone!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone!
This phone has really good reception. I even take it to the neighbors house with me. The phone has really good volume too, and you can adjust the volume easily while on the phone. The caller ID works really good and quick. Its a very cute phone, and every one loves the ringtones. The only bad thing though, is that the Talk button is right by your cheek and it shuts off if you lean on it. This happens to my husband and 8 yr old all the time. Luckily, you can turn it right back on and the people are still there (as long as they didnt hang up). I recommend this phone (especially if you like Disney)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT PHONE!!
I think this is a great phone. I love the ring tones! It has crystal clear reception and is easy to use. ... Read more


31. Wireless Ethernet Bridge

our price: $84.99
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Asin: B0000DK6GB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 12831
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars No WPA support, say it ain't so
Oh well. After being so impressed with my WR800 wireless router, especially after firmware nightmares with my 3 Linksys WRT54gs, I was buying these WE800 wireless bridges to rid myself of some of my cable runs. This review will be short since my installation of 2 WE800g's ended when it became apparant that they don't support Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security standards. Quite shocking. I'm completely disappointed since I really liked the interface and had no problem getting them to run via 128 bit WEP, but since I prefer WPA over WEP, they're going back to Amazon. I even went as far as calling Moto tech support which picked up within 2 minutes to find out if there was beta firmware available that supported WPA or even any hint of plans to support WPA. Nada.

I can't speak of their reliability since I only ran them for a few minutes. I just wanted to post a review since the listing is scant with the details of this bridge's feature list.

This certainly won't sway me against Motorola since every networking device I've purchased worked reliably and as advertised, but with this bridge being a new product I didn't think twice to look and see if it supported WPA. With ALL of their competitors doing so, I assumed Moto would be on the ball and have the brige supporting WPA.

Need WPA, better check Motorola's website and see if they have new firmware supporting WPA before purchasing.

1-0 out of 5 stars Has any ever got this thing to work?
My house is littered with wireless devices of all kinds - internal PCI devices, external USB devices, ethernet bridges galore, you name it. I know whereof I speak. And I know that whomever dreamed up this nightmare device deserves a long, cold stay in outermost Siberia.

The concept of an Wireless bridge is simple enough - you just plug it into your ethernet port, spend a few minutes on initial setup, and bingo! you're good to go. At least, that's the way it worked with my Linksys and D-Link devices, which will currently support my Windows boxes, Linux boxes, Tivos, Playstations, and probably my toaster if I could just get one with an RJ-45 jack.

Not so with this device. I plugged the infernal box into a Windows machine, and carefully followed the installation instructions. The first surprise was to find that the installation program was inexplicably written in Macromedia Flash. This should have been my first clue that something was about to go horribly wrong. Subsequent, the install program informed me that it was changing my network config in order to communicate with the device (why?). It then went into its detection phase, and smugly informed me that it had found the WE800G. So far, so good. It listed my SSID, which I accepted, and off it went on it's merry way, configuring left and right. All done, it finally proclaimed, so I exited the program and fired up IE. Hmm...unable to connect to the Internet. Checked the IP address assigned to the RealTek card - 'Invalid IP Address'. Hit the 'Repair' button. No good.

So, I decided to try the setup program again. This time, things proceeded as before, until we got to the 'detecting your bridge' phase. Can't locate the bridge. Hit the 'Retry' button. 'Script Error: Index out of range'. Oh, goody. The very next day, the thing went back to the shop.

Being the nice sort of chap that I am, and deciding that I had probably been landed with a bum box, I went to a different store, and bought a second WE800G unit. Plugged it into a different Windows machine, and proceeded to follow the previous fiasco, step for step. Needless to say, said box is going back to the store tomorrow. ... Read more


32. Motorola/GI 512723-001-00 802.11G Print Server USB 2.0

our price: $133.99
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Asin: B0006AZ5AY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
Sales Rank: 18843
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33. Motorola IMFree(TM) Wireless Instant Messenger Companion (56567)

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Asin: B00017ILJE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 5335
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars OMG!!!!!!!
Well this takes the fun of imng to the whole house w/o tieing up the phone line. ... Read more


34. Motorola 56320 Earpiece with Boom Microphone
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00009M6TG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1078
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Plug in with this handy headset and boom microphone and keep your radio where it's most comfortable: clipped to your belt. This single-earpiece headset is PTT- (push-to-talk) and vox (voice-activation)-compatible so you can talk and listen, hands-free, with your Motorola TalkAbout 270, 280, T289, T5300, T5320, T5400, T5410, T5420, T5600, T5620, T5700, T5720, T5800, T5820, T6200, T6210, T6220, T6250, T6300, T6310, T6320, T6400, and T7200 Series radios.

Further, the headset is PTT-only compatible--meaning you can talk at the push of a button and listen in all cases with the TalkAbout T5100, T5200, and fr50 and fr60 radios, which are not vox-capable. The headset is designed for great sound, even in noisy environments.

What's in the Box
Headset and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact, comfortable headset with boom mic for hands-free convenience with Motorola radios
  • Push-to-talk and vox-capable using most Motorola TalkAbout 200, 5000, 6000, and 7000-series radios
  • PTT-only with TalkAbout T5100, T5200, and fr50 and fr60 radios
  • Designed for great sound, even in noisy environments
  • Ear clip secures earpiece

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Motorola Headset 56320, GOOD, A+!
I use a Motorola Talkabout T6400 in whats called an "Airsoft Game", much like paintball, but with a military simulation twist. Anyway, communication is a very important thing, thus we all use two-way radios. Holding the radio and carrying it in my hand just was not an option, as I use an airsoft gun that takes up two hands. I bought the T6400 with a clip and all, but needed a headset. I saw many products outthere, some ranging from $20-100. I was tight on money, so I decided to go with this particular item. For $10, or whatever it is, you can't really beat it.
The capabilities are as follows (especially if you are looking for the VOX feature)

PTT and VOX compatible with TalkaboutĀ® 270, 280, T289, T5100, T5200, T5300, T5320, T5400, T5410, T5420, T5600, T5620, T5700, T5710, T5720, T5800, T5820, T5950, T6200, T6210, T6220, T6250, T6300, T6310, T6320, T6400, T7200 Series, fr50 and fr60 radios.

PTT-only compatible with T5100, T5200, fr50 and fr60 radios are not VOX/handsfree capable, therefore, headset is manual PTT only.

On to the field testing and use..
After doing some prelimenary tests to adjust my volume and whatnot, I got out in a game. My teammates said they could hear me loud and clear, almost too loud they said, haha. I could hear them perfectly as well. However, the ear piece that hooks onto your earlobe would occasionally fall off, now I have a small ear which was probably the problem.
The VOX feature that I can use on my two-way works pretty well using this headset. It will pick up your voice almost everytime within a tenth of a second, and agian, transmit everything 'loud and clear'. Be careful when whispering those things other people aren't supposed to hear ;) it will pick up EVERYTHING. Whoopsies....

I would highly recommened this item for any type of "irregular" use. As far as using it in the car, or however else, I do not think it would be my first choice because of the bulkiness, etc.
The clarity is an A+, the price is an A+, the receiving earpiece gets an A, and the ear piece itself, well a "B" for falling off my ear.

Good Luck!

2-0 out of 5 stars not compatible with what you may think
This product seems like a great idea but only if it works with the radio that you have. When I recieved this product I plugged it into my t5400 and expected to be able to speak and listen without any buttons. Well I couldn't do this because the t5400 is not compatible even though this site and the packaging say that it is. I am returning the product to amazon expecting a full refund including shipping. I am very disappointed with the situation I have encountered and wait on the outcome which will depend on myself shopping on amazon again. ... Read more


35. Motorola 498417-001-00 Wireless Broadband Router

our price: $60.99
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Asin: B0000DK7AO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 3056
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Installation Wizard makes networking simple
  • Expansive enough to cover everyone in your home or small office - wired and wirelessly
  • Ethernet ports support auto-detection of appropriate signaling and auto-crossover
  • Includes 802.11g technology and is backward compatible with 802.11b access devices

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Wireless Router
I bought the WR850g 6 months ago. The user's manual is well written, and it is easy to set up. The security options include WPA and mac address control. It has worked flawlessly with my OSX Powerbook and WinXP laptop. The security protocol set up is a little confusing, and the manual needs more examples. You should also check Motorola's website for firmware updates.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Gadget at a very good price
Worth the money. Looks a whole lot better than the Linksys on my desk. Set up was easy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent router!
I replaced a Netgear WGR614 (which was a piece of junk) with this Motorola router. The Motorola ROCKS. I've had no problems at all with it, and it has better range and signal quality than the Netgear. I was walking around outside in my yard with my laptop...out to the street, and then back into the back yard. The signal was weaker outside than inside, but I never lost the signal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Motorola WR850G
I tried Belkin, Linksys and D-Link before a review of this router led me to purchase and try it. It is the best and easiest to set up. I was up and running in 10 minutes with a two minute call to their help line, which is open 24/7. Both my powerbook and thinkpad recognized the network immediately and I am typing this review in my kitchen which is over 60 feet from the router. Try this before you buy any other WI FI router and you will be pleasantly surprised.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent decission
Yes, i made an excellent decission. The router worked right out of the box with no problems. It's easy to install and you even get the UTP cable needed to plug the router in the PC. The only thing missing in this first step was the manual installation guide, that is supposed to be printed and it just wasnt there.
I tried to use the automatic installation but it just didnt work. And it also didnt say WHY my PC wasnt compatible, but i thought that was a mistake. So i read the pdf guide for manual installation and everything worked like a charm. One word of notice: i was expecting the router to connect to the internet right after pluging the router, but it doesnt work that way. You first need to configure it.
After everything was installed, i turned on my two wireless machines (one with a standard wireless nic) and they all connected with no problems.
I know motorola isnt known for its wireless broadband products, but it they really work perfectly well. ... Read more


36. Motorola T6500AA Alkaline GMRS/FRS Two-Way Radios, Yellow (2 Pack)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0001YFWAS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1578
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 5 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 99 codes per channel
  • Rubberized to give it durability and weather resistence
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • NOAA weather channels with a weather alert feature

37. Motorola MD471 2.4 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Caller ID (Silver)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000AR0I0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 4137
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Motorola's MD471 2.4 GHz digital cordless phone offers users a wealth of high call-quality features and a stylish silver design. With speakerphone capability from both base and handset, dual dialing and display, plus caller ID with a combined memory of 99 names and numbers (50 stored in handset, 49 stored in base), theMD471 is also expandable.

The MD471 comes with one handset, yet is expandable up to four, with the addition of one, two, or three MD41 supplemental handsets, without the need for additional phone jacks. Both standard and supplemental handsets offer the same great features, including a four-line LCD that lets you access all call information (with date/time stamping and special feature icons) plus illuminated keypad, mute, hold, flash, redial, and more.

The MD471 also supports three-way conferencing, offers a handy walkie talkie function, and is desk or wall mountable. The MD471 comes backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
MD471 base, handset, NiCD battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, one-year limited warranty ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital signal; expandable to 4 handsets
  • Caller ID; 50 name-and-number memory in handset, 49 in base
  • Dual speakerphones, full-function base
  • 3-way conferencing, intercom, walkie-talkie function
  • Illuminated keypad, 4-line LCD, desk or wall mounting

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars you can buy mine on e-bay, if I don't throw it out first.
There are plenty of annoying features with this phone -- battery life is poor, menus confusing, etc. but my biggest complaint is reliability. I have TWO of them, and "menu" buttons are starting to breakdown on both, battery life pathetic on both, and both have poor call quality. Although there is a place to plug in the headset, after a month or so, the headsets wouldn't work in this phone. (the headsets themselves work fine in other phones).

1-0 out of 5 stars MD 470 a poor value
I bought the MD 470 and 3 MD 40 extension phones. They have been returned. The sound quality is poor. The hands free volume is weak and unusable. The telephone book memory is awkward to access. The tech support is non-existent. It's off shore and they "have not a clue" as to this product. Save your money, don't buy

3-0 out of 5 stars Love the features--not the crackle
The features are great but my previous phone 900 MHz cordless had no background noise at all. The MD471 has an annoying amount of background crackle regardless of where it is placed in the house.

3-0 out of 5 stars Spreading The Word
It's more like a 3.8 out of 5. Overall I like this phone. Pros are ring tones, fast charge, ease of number storage, and speaker phone located on actual phone as well as base. Cons, batterey life is very short - about 45 minutes of talk time and it needs to recharge. Phone volume could stand some improvement (needs to go a little louder) and getting the phone to go from speaker to just the handset needs a little practice. Lost a few calls trying to turn off the speaker.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great features
Great phone with great features. Love the intercom and hands free talking. Make sure though you buy the updated version with improved volume and the 50 number phone book storage can be alphabetized. ... Read more


38. MD791 5.8GHZ Dig Cordless Phone Corded Base Handset

our price: $120.99
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Asin: B0008JFJS6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 36909
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Product Description

DIG BASE&HDSET *NIC* ... Read more


39. Motorola T4900AA GMRS / FRS 3 Mile Two-Way Radio, 2 Pack, Orange
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0001YFWLW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 354
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Features

  • Up To 3 Mile Range
  • 22 Channels and 38 codes
  • 5 call tones
  • Audio Accessory Connector

40. Motorola T4550AA GMRS / FRS Two-Way Radio (Family 4 Pack, Blue and Gray)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0001YFWNU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 4128
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 5 miles with the T-5500
  • Communicate from a distance of up to 2 miles with the T-4500
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 38 codes per channel
  • Scan different channels with the manual functin or the advanced function
  • 10 audible call tones with talk confirmation tone

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