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61. Motorola T5550R Rechargeable Two-Way
$52.99 list($99.99)
62. Motorola T6300 AA 2-Way Radio
$21.20 list($37.95)
63. Motorola 53724 Remote Speaker
$96.99 list($149.99)
64. Motorola T7450R 22 Channel Camoflauge
$84.89 list($179.95)
65. Motorola T7150R Rechargeable GMRS
Too low to display $144.50 list($225.00)
66. Motorola XV1100 Business 2-Way
$44.99 list($59.99)
67. Motorola 53740 Professional Headset
$131.00
68. MOTOROLA CLS1110 Professional
$51.75 list($79.99)
69. Motorola T5720 GMRS / FRS 2-Way
$42.99 $22.99 list()
70. Wireless PCI Card
$39.99 $37.42
71. Home Monitoring & Control
$56.99 $56.63 list()
72. Motorola/GI 518030-001-00 802.11G
$79.99 $72.65
73. Home Monitoring & Control
74. MOTOROLA TALKABOUT T5700 Two-Way
$59.99 $55.49
75. Home Monitoring & Control
$39.99 $34.01
76. Motorola FV500AA Talkabout GMRS
list($59.99)
77. Motorola TalkAbout T5320 (AA)
$54.33 list($59.99)
78. Motorola Wireless Water Sensor
$56.99 $56.66 list()
79. Motorola/GI WN825GP - 518029-001-00
$29.99 list($54.99)
80. Motorola T6220 AA 2-Way Radio

61. Motorola T5550R Rechargeable Two-Way Radios with Accessories, Pair
list price: $79.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002J1VHA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 31217
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Product Description

The Motorola® T5550 2-pack of 2-way radios features radios each with 22 channels, 38 interference eliminator codes and 10 audible call tones. This packs also comes with NiCd batteries, a desktop charger, 2 earbus with Push-to-Talk microphones, 2 Advantage® MAX-4 camouflage faceplates, and 2 additional faceplates. ... Read more

Features

  • Pair of rechargeable 2-way radios with 5-mile range
  • 7 GMRS/FRS, 7 FRS, and 8 GMRS channels
  • 10 audible call tones and 38 interference codes
  • Quiet Talk noise filter and 38 interference subcodes
  • Includes ni-cad batteries and 2-pocket desktop charger; 1-year warranty

62. Motorola T6300 AA 2-Way Radio (Smoke Black)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00004ZAM0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 6127
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 14-channel FRS 2-way radio and up to 2-mile range
  • 38 CTCSS subcodes per channel for communicating with less interference from other users
  • Includes 8 NOAA weather channels--receive audible alerts when storm warnings are issued
  • Includes clock with alarm and stopwatch with lap timer
  • Rechargeable capable with optional accessory upgrade kit

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars I Like The Motorola T-6300 Very Much
Since I already owned a cheaper pair of two way radios, I had a hard time justifying the purchase of these. But the $25 rebates convinced me that this was the time to do it. I have used my older ones while working on the house. In my case, I was on the roof and just wanted to be in contact with someone in case I needed help. Have also used them when traveling as a group, staying in contact with someone in a car ahead and perhaps clarifying directions or upcoming turns, etc. Have also used them while shopping at the mall.

I anticipate using the T-6300 for the same things as well as staying in touch with the shore while kayaking. One of the features which was also a selling point was the inclusion of the weather channel. I could have lived without the clock and stop watch functions (since I have them on my watch). I would like to have had the added features of the T6320, but when would I really need an altimeter and barometer? The compass would have been useful though. Regarding the 6310 with its FM radio, I really would not want to be using up my batteries if I were on an extended hiking trip. The perfect combination for me would be to include the compass and drop the stopwatch. However I think I will be pretty happy with my new units and even happier when the rebate checks come in.

Trying to figure out how to operate all of the features does seem a little formidable, initially, but it gets easier as you practice. It does have some great features such as the vibrating alert, changes in call tones, voice activation etc. I am a little nervous depending upon the built in swivel beltclip but for relatively passive activities like going to the mall it should be fine. I am having a hard time finding a holster for it probably because Motorola felt there was no need to supply one since it comes with the built in detachable clip. They do make a holster which also is an armband holder, but it is a little pricey.

Regarding the reception, I have not found them to be any stronger than my older units but I have not had the opportunity to test them very much yet.

All in all, I think it is an excellent unit. It looks nice, has a lot of features, is ergonomically designed, and has several accessories. I think my favorite will the the headset with microphone which can be used with the voice activation feature.
Overall it was the features, rebates and Motorola reputation that led me to buy this unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars High value for great price
I think my wife was skeptical that we really needed these radios, but it didn't take long to convince her they were well worth it. We were remodeling our bathroom shortly after purchasing two of these radios, and it came time to install the piping under the tub. I was going under the house and needed her to help line things up from above. Aha! We can use the radios to talk it through, and there won't be nearly as much cursing as one would expect from a normal home plumbing job. Instead of trying to yell through the floor, we were able to have clear and productive communication. Admittedly it was a simple test of these devices, but they worked beautifully for even the most mundane of tasks.

I am really looking forward to putting them through more rugged tests during hunting season. I expect the privacy codes will also come in handy for events like fairs, gun shows, motorcycle rallies and other places where you can expect a lot of other radio traffic. The form factor is great - I have large hands and find these much more comfortable than the 6200 or 289 models.

Easy to use and loaded with features. Great engineering! ... Read more


63. Motorola 53724 Remote Speaker with Microphone
list price: $37.95
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Asin: B00009W5V9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 9310
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Product Description

Motorola Remote Speaker Mic for TalkAbout 280 and TalkAbout FR-50. ... Read more

Features

  • Remote speaker with microphone for hands-free operation of 2-way radio
  • Clips onto lapel or jacket for convenient use
  • Ideal for fishing, hunting, cycling, and other outdoor activities
  • Compatible with many of Motorola's Talkabout 2-way radios
  • Comes with single pin and boom mic

64. Motorola T7450R 22 Channel Camoflauge GMRS / FRS 2-Way Radio
list price: $149.99
our price: $96.99
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Asin: B0002J1VIO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 51219
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Product Description

The Motorola® T7450R 2-Pack of two-way radios can be used to help you keep in touch during and variety of outdoor activities. Each radio is set-up with 22 channels, 5 audible call tones, a low battery alert, NOAA channels, VOX, and much more. ... Read more

Features

  • Keypad lock and quiet talk noise filter
  • FCC GMRS license required; One-year warranty
  • 22 channels with 38 interference-elimination codes
  • Up to five mile range
  • 2W power; audible low-battery alert

65. Motorola T7150R Rechargeable GMRS / FRS 2-WAY Radios Camo with Charger
list price: $179.95
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Asin: B0002J1VIE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 53118
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Product Description

Provides up to 7-mile range 22 channels 38 interference elimination codes 2W power 10 audible call tones Talk confirmation tone Audible low battery alert Battery meter indicator Companding Transmit LED Keypad lock Backlit display Time out timer Audio connector Belt clip Manual advance scan 1-year warranty FCC GMRS license required NiMh battery & 2 drop-in recharge trays 2 Advantage MAX-4 camouflage faceplates 2 khaki faceplates ... Read more

Features

  • 10 Audbile Call Tones and Talk Confirmation Tone
  • 7 GMRS / FRS, 7 FRS and 8 GMRS Channels
  • 38 Interference Eliminator Codes
  • Transmits up to 7 miles with 2 Watts power

66. Motorola XV1100 Business 2-Way Radio
list price: $225.00
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Asin: B00006RVV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 22883
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Features

  • 2-way professional-grade radio for business or personal use
  • 1 watt of power; 5-mile outdoor range
  • Indoor range of 200,000 square feet or 15 floors
  • 56 VHF frequencies; VOX capable with 3 sensitivity levels
  • Rechargeable battery operates for 15 hours; AA batteries last 24 hours

67. Motorola 53740 Professional Headset with Swivel Boom Microphone for Talkabout® Radios
list price: $59.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00009W5VB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 35910
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68. MOTOROLA CLS1110 Professional UHF 2-Way Radio Walkie Talkie

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Asin: B0000AUFKI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 37977
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Features

  • 1 Watt UHF Transmit Power
  • 1 channel
  • 56 built-in UHF frequencies
  • 121 Privacy Codes
  • LCD Display with Battery Meter and Signal Srength Indicator

69. Motorola T5720 GMRS / FRS 2-Way Radio (Pair, Rechargeable Batteries)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00009ENAD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2680
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This pair of compact, rugged, and weather-resistant Motorola TalkAbout T5720 two-way radios helps you keep in touch with family and friends within a range of up to five miles (range varies with terrain and conditions). With 22 channels--seven joint General Mobile Service (GMRS)/Family Radio Service (FRS), seven FRS, and eight GMRS--and 38 privacy codes, you can communicate easily with minimal interference from other radios. A handy QT feature included in the T5720 offers additional noise filtering.

The T5720 offers a number of other useful features, such as a backlit LCD (great for either dark or bright conditions), a transmit LED indicator, a talk confirmation tone (akin to saying "roger" or "over"), and a minijack (.125-inch) audio plug for connecting a headset (not included). Choose from 10 audible call tones to alert you to incoming calls with phone-like convenience. The T5720 is capable of voice-activated hands-free use with optional accessories.

What's in the Box
Two TalkAbout T5720 radios, two Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries, one transformer, a two-socket desktop charger, two swivel belt clips, a user's manual, a one-year limited warranty.

Note: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires that operators on General Mobile Service (GMRS) frequencies obtain an FCC license prior to use. To learn more, please visit the FCC Web site at www.fcc.gov. A GMRS license requires Form 605 and Form 159. Please note that you will be charged an application fee. Download the forms from the FCC site or call 1-800-418-FORM (1-800-418-3676). Form 605 can be filed electronically. For license questions, call the FCC at (888) 225-5322. ... Read more

Features

  • Set of 2 rechargeable-Ni-Cd-battery-powered TalkAbout radios with accessories
  • 5-mile range, 22 channels, 38 privacy codes
  • 10 audible call tones, talk-confirmation tone
  • Audible low-battery alert and battery meter
  • Voice activation (VOX) when used with optional accessory

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Motorola T5720 5 mile distance?
Come on Motorola, you can do better..this model would make good for the kids in the yard to play with. Range is 1/2 mile if your lucky.. Need to change the range distance to that and get that 5 mile range of the package and spec sheet. Very discouraged with this model..

4-0 out of 5 stars best for the price
Actually can get up to ten miles line of sight transmission. In the woods, you get about two to three miles (depending on how thick). But of course they don't go over or through mountains like any idiot should know.

1-0 out of 5 stars Duff radios
The radios are supposed to have a range of five miles, I have found the the farthest I have got on them is more like 1/4 of a mile, as soon as you go over a hill or behind a building you lose contact. Not very good at all. And they didn't come with batteries. ... Read more


70. Wireless PCI Card

our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0000DCE9Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 4045
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71. Home Monitoring & Control System Wireless Door/Window Sensor
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0006B06HA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 25073
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Features

  • Triggers cameras to automatically record based on sensor activity
  • Wireless connectivity allows for placement virtually anywhere around the home or office
  • Operates on 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
  • LED indicator lights when sensor is triggered
  • Discover button

72. Motorola/GI 518030-001-00 802.11G 108MBPS Pci Adapter

our price: $56.99
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Asin: B0006OD03O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
Sales Rank: 20166
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

WPCI810GP Wireless PCI Adapter, 802.11g, b ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Companion for Motorola 850GP Broadband Wireless Router
This Motorola 850GP Wireless Card is a wonderful companion for the Motorola 850GP Broadband Wireless Router. As Motorola says on their website:

"Wireless PCI Adapter WPCI810GP - PERFORMANCE ENHANCED

With Motorola's WPCI810GP Wireless PCI Adapter, desktop computers can quickly join a wireless home or small office network. This easy-to-use device eliminates the hassles of traditional networking - no more drilling holes and running wires to get network access. This space-saving device inserts into your computer's available PCI slot and delivers a continuous, wireless network connection.

Once connected, you can share a single broadband connection with everyone else on the network. And that's just the beginning. You can also share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more. You'll need one for each desktop.

With built-in Performance Enhancement technology, the WPCI810GP gives you an extra boost to make the most of your wireless network. Just match it with Performance Enhanced base stations and enjoy sharing information across your network up to 35% faster than with traditional 802.11g solutions."

After recently purchasing a 850GP Card and corresponding 850GP Router for my husband's laptop setup, I was so impressed with their performance that I decided to buy this Motorola wireless card to put into our desktop computer too... thus eliminating the need for it to sit right next to our broadband cable and printer (not to mention the ability for the laptop and desktop to share files without even being in the same room).Overall, very high-quality products from Motorola and great Customer Service too. ... Read more


73. Home Monitoring & Control System Wired Camera
list price: $79.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0006B08BY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Features

  • Color video camera with integrated infrared motion detection
  • 80 degree field of view for motion and camera lens
  • For indoor and/or outdoor use
  • Features picture quality adjustment settings
  • Includes all mounting hardware for table top, wall or ceiling mounting

74. MOTOROLA TALKABOUT T5700 Two-Way Radio AA Alkaline Double Pack Rosewood

Asin: B00025LDMM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 45270
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Features

  • QT feature offers an additional noise filter beyond the subcodes
  • Five call tones to choose from--pick your personal ring tone and get other's attention before you start talking
  • Backlit LCD display makes it easier to read the screen in dark conditions or in direct sunlight
  • Requires FCC license to operate GMRS channels
  • FRS requires no FCC license

75. Home Monitoring & Control System Wireless Temperature Sensor
list price: $59.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0006B089G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 21764
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Features

  • Triggers cameras to automatically record based on sensor activity
  • Wireless connectivity allows for placement virtually anywhere around the home or office
  • Operates on 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
  • LED indicator lights when sensor is triggered
  • Discover button

76. Motorola FV500AA Talkabout GMRS / FRS 2-Way Radio with 5 Mile Range
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0009NCHN6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 53760
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Product Description

ALKALINE 8 MILE *NIC* ... Read more

Features

  • QT (Quiet Talk) interruption filter
  • 1.0 watt power delivers a range of up to 8 miles
  • 22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations
  • 31 hr. alkaline estimated talk time
  • iVOX hands-free communication without the need of an audio accessory

77. Motorola TalkAbout T5320 (AA) Napa Burgundy 2-Way Radio (Pair)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005YXCO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 21909
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Motorola's T5320 offers the same overall design as its more expensive T5420 counterpart, but it strips away some useful features to shave a few dollars off the price. A lack of subcodes is the most notable omission, which really hampers the utility of this otherwise solid FRS radio.

First the good news: The range and audio quality are right up there with the T5320's cousin, and it will work with the T5420 (or any other FRS radio, including Motorola's T6200 series) as long as the other unit is not using subcodes. The T5320 is extremely easy to use, with a large knob on top controlling power and volume, and smaller buttons on the front for selecting channels, monitoring a channel, and transmitting one of five selectable call tones to let someone on the other end know you are getting ready to talk. Battery life is good, and the radio worked at distances of a half-mile or more in most of our outdoor tests. However, it succumbed to the interference that plagues all other FRS devices when used in a congested urban area.

Oddly enough, the T5320 has a covered jack on the side for a headset but voice-activated communications (VOX) is not supported. Stranger still is the price, which seems a little high considering a pair of T5420s isn't much more expensive.

This is a good little radio, but with the popularity of FRS devices growing--which can mean a crowded channel spectrum--we recommend getting a unit with subcodes. However, if your FRS use will be in an area that isn't drowning in FRS signals, the affordability of the T5320 is hard to pass up. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Compact, rugged design
  • Extremely easy to use
Cons:
  • No subcodes
  • Has a headset jack, but doesn't support VOX
... Read more

Features

  • Rechargeable capable with optional accessory upgrade kit
  • Stylish, compact 14-channel FRS 2-way radio with up to 2-mile range
  • 5 audible call tones; talk confirmation tone
  • Battery meter indicator with audible low battery alert; backlit LCD
  • Removeable faceplate; removeable swivel belt clip; single-pin audio accessory connector

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars OK but missing features
These are OK radios but they need the extra feature of 38 subcodes. When I take them skiing I often have trouble finding a empty channal. Besids that the radios are nice and small, well made but I would buy a different pair maybe the T6300 which have a lot more features.

2-0 out of 5 stars What range?
I was counting on the brand Motorola, but...

Design is nice, but 2 big compaints are:
1. 3 AA batteries per walki's not to mention the weight. If you plan to purchase 4 of these that means 12 AA's! The batt level indicator is already down a level (in about 10 days).
2. Disapointing Range. They say up to 2 miles, but I get about 1 mile at the most. I live in a very flat (Michigan) and less populated area. I suspect the range will go down even more in a city area.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great product (with so many uses!)
I bought these to keep track of my 10 year old son after having several moments of him wandering off or getting lost at amusement parks or festivals.These work great!When we go somewhere I give him one and I keep one.The idea is whenever (or if) we get seperated all I have to do is talk to him through these radios and I can then find him.I haven't had to use them to locate him yet though, but we do communicate through them all the time.We use them when he goes outside in the neighborhood.I can ring him up whenever I want to know what he is doing or when it is time to come home.He can "call" me whenever he has a question for me or wants to check in.

The range is great and I can understand him the vast majority of the time.These have really helped me feel better about him playing around the neighborhood.How great is it to be able to call him to come home rather than walking or riding around the neighborhood for several minutes to tell him to come home.I also know he has these if he gets into any trouble or gets injured and needs me so there is a big safety/security benefit to having these.I can see so many uses for these little radios.Hiking, camping, hunting, anywhere that there are large numbers of people and you want to stay in contact with someone, and last but not least--to us mothers or fathers that want to have some peace-of-mind. Also a good cheap alternative to a cell phone (which my son wanted and I told him NO) I highly recommend these radios!

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice range
Bought these for deer hunting in WI. Have a good range, decent sound clarity, and pretty good battery life.I hunt in a pretty traditional deer camp, so there was a lot of speculation on the part of my hunting partners to having radios in the woods.To be honest, I was too.By the end of the season we were all sold on the benefits. If you're thinking about it but not quite sure, take the plunge. It makes your hunt much more productive. Even if you only turn them on for a few minutes each hour to check in, it helps a lot to know where your hunting crew is to coordinate movement in the woods. For the price, you can't go wrong

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Leave Home Without It
I have used my Talkabouts out on the lake, while hunting, and while out in the shop.I left them behind when I went skiing (BIG MISTAKE!), and found myself NEEDING them constantly.Handy features include:Can choose whether or not to send a chirping noise when press talk button (default to on but can turn off when it becomes ANNOYING; button to send a "ring" to tell other person(s) to pick up; many channels to choose from. I always get clear reception, although I have never used them in a city so I can't vouch for that scenario. ... Read more


78. Motorola Wireless Water Sensor
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0006B0896
Catlog: Home
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
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79. Motorola/GI WN825GP - 518029-001-00 Wireless Notebook Adapter

our price: $56.99
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Asin: B0006OD03Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
Sales Rank: 55271
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

WN825GP Wireless Notebook Adapter, 802.11g, b ... Read more

Features

  • Allows laptops to roam up to 328 feet indoors and up to 1312 feet outdoors
  • Up to 35 percent faster connection than with traditional 802.11g solutions
  • Supports wireless data rates up to 54 Mbps
  • Backwards compatible with 802.11b equipment
  • Backwards compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b equipment

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Companion for Motorola 850GP Broadband Wireless Router
This Motorola 850GP Wireless Card is a wonderful companion for the Motorola 850GP Broadband Wireless Router.As Motorola says on their website:

"Wireless Notebook Adapter WN825GP - PERFORMANCE ENHANCED

With Motorola's WN825GP Wireless Notebook Adapter, laptop computers are free to join and enjoy all the benefits of an 802.11g wireless home or small office network. More than just a key to network access, it's also a laptop's ticket to roam.

Once connected, you can share a single broadband connection with everyone else on the network. And that's just the beginning. You can also share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more. You'll need one for each laptop.

With built-in Performance Enhancement technology, the WN825GP gives you an extra boost to make the most of your wireless network. Just match it with Performance Enhanced base stations and enjoy sharing information across your network up to 35% faster than with traditional 802.11g solutions."

I have personally been VERY impressed with the combined performance of this 850GP Card and corresponding 850GP Router, even in our thick "soundproof" walled condo... never having a signal drop at all.Overall, very high-quality products.
... Read more


80. Motorola T6220 AA 2-Way Radio (Evergreen)
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00005B49B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 12485
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The small, compact Motorola TalkAbout T6220 allows you to keep in touchwith others for up to two miles. With 14 channels and 38 privacy codes, thiscolorful green Family Radio Service two-way radio screens out interference fromother radios.

The T6220 features 10 weather channels to provide up-to-the-minute reports andalerts on weather conditions. Additionally, it has VibraCall alert, whichvibrates to notify you of incoming calls; 10 selectable call tones; and a visualindicator that lets you know when other radios are out of range.

Other features include Eavesdrop Reducer with three scramble settings andchannel scan. This radio has a 35-hour talk time and runs on three AA alkalinebatteries (sold separately).

The TalkAbout T6220 is covered by a one-yearwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • 38 sub-channels
  • 8 NOAA weather channels
  • 10 audible call tones

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Now this is an FRS!!!
I've been waiting for a few write up on the T6220, I couldn't wait any longer so I bought one for me. Wouldn't you know it? I've bought 2 Motorola T289 a few months ago, been very happy w/ them. Has all the features I wanted in an FRS.

Now Motorola comes out w/ the T6220. A bit lighter & smaller than the T289, has most of the features of the T289, but the T6220 also has 10 weather channels, & a vibrate mode. I've just bought this FRS this evening, so I won't have a chance to do a field test for a few days.......oh the wait! It's better looking than the T289.

But here are some thoughts about the T6220. It's a bit lighter, the shape fits the hand better. It's not as "thick" as the T289, a bit slimmer. The belt clip is really nice, a bit tight for the radio to turn, but I'm sure after a few uses, it'll turn smoothly on the clip. The clip looks pretty durable, much better than the belt holster for the T289. The manual will take me some time to read & learn how to use the features of the T6220. It is pretty in depth, it seems you have to press a few buttons to set the radio to your preference. It says it's weather resistant, I hope so. The screen is a bit small to look at, the backlight is red, but once you set the radio to your liking, I don't think it should be a big deal.

I hope the T6220 is as good/great as the T289, I've been very happy w/ the T289. The weather channels will be handy when we go camping this summer. The one feature I wish this had, that the T6320 has is a digital compass. But the T6320 is quite expensive & bulky for just one feature to have.

I think that the T6220 will take over the T280 & 289, it may phase out those two FRS. If you're looking for a pair of FRS & name brand is important plus features & price, this is the way to go. Now I have 5 FRS, one for each family member. We can really stay in touch!

3-0 out of 5 stars Pros, Cons and the Irony of Time
This product was top 'o the heap when it appeared in the fall of 2001, almost two and a half years ago. And no pun intended, in many ways it is still an "Evergreen" because it can do a thing or two that are fast disappearing from the latest models in this hyperspeed technology: "lock onto" (hunt, troll for) the strongest signal is a feature that used to be routine but is fast disappearing except on pro models such as those for mall security guards.

Lock is (was?) a darn handy feature, too, but precisely because two-way radios have become so popular the radio-makers are eliminating it because it's intrusive to other users, especially professional users and semi-pros like mall security guards. (Hint: the politic thing to do at a novice mall is check with a security guard to see which is "their" channel--and stay off it.)

Is this particular model, Motorola T6220AA, still available? If this price is right, go for it PROVIDED your kids can handle the PTT (push-to-transmit) button. It's more awkward than on later model, 'tho in my opinion it isn't as disabling as "The Leading Consumer Magazine" would have us believe. Nonetheless, it takes the oppposable thumb of a nine-year-old to work it fluently, something to think about before hitting the trail.

I would not recommend paying any extra money for a recharging stand if it uses the obsolescent Nickel-Cadmium form of rechargeable battery pack. Those little devils use a battery cell with a "memory" -- for example, if you recharge a cell that's only 60 percent deleted, from that point on, the battery will only have a sixty percent capacity! (Fortunately, that format is rarely sold, having given way to the Nickel-Metal Hydride and Lithium-Ion formats.) Just buy your AA Alkalines in the cheapest format -- store-brand eight packs or whatever's on sale -- and change them at the first sign of weakness. Also please be sure to dispose of them in accordance with your local environmental regulations!

While I have your ear, I want to say that I have had the very best of experiences with the Motorola brand, especially with their walkie-talkies. I use what is basically a longer-range, later-generation version of the above. Sometimes it's useful in the woods, on "Mall patrol" and it's even handy at home as a kitchen-to-TV room intercom! Motorola's help-line people are wonderful, too.

I've been following this field for the past several years. Just some recommendations in general:

(1) You are unlikely ever to get MORE than the mileage range the unit indicated. However, if you go for the extended-range models, expect to pay almost double, contend with some very confusing FCC forms, and pay an annual fee of $70. Nonetheless, it doesn't pay to skimp if you intend to use them for hiking, car caravaning, or even failsafe team-shopping in the largest cruciform malls. (Few things stop radiation better than heavy stone like granite or marble.)

(2) Besides the PTT aspect, kid-friendliness is a factor. Few people regret friendlies such as glow-in-the-dark handles and handles that clip to the belt.

(3) Once you decide to pay the upper brackets...you might as well get units that include the NOAA weather service, especially those that can be set to warn you of impending disaster like tornados that have just touched-down.

(4) For an additional $20-30, rechargeable battery packs and a recharger stand are a dandy (except for the obsolescent Nickle Cadmium format mentioned above). Proprietary battery packs provide the exact voltage the unit requires (expressed in "milliamps" not volts) and last longer. Save a good deal of money in the long run, provided the family is disciplined enough to recharge them when necessary.

(5) These little walkie-talkies are pretty tough but for heaven's sake, don't let the kids swing them by the "rubber duck" antenna!

(6) If you're comfortable with the above technical and legal restrictions, a two-way unit can save its users quite a lot of money compared to a cell phone. Walkie-talkies are not a warmed-over genre; they are here to stay!

(7) Amazon itself is a great way to comparison shop. They did not twist my arm to say this. ;)

3-0 out of 5 stars Information, Please
I agree with practically all the critics and their thoughtful reviews of the Motorola T6220 AA 2-Way Radio (that's "Walkie-Talkie" for us over 35 years of age). "Evergreen" is simply its color and of cosmetic value only, like a cell phone's face plate.

I've just edited and updated my original review of September 2001 to reflect the fact that, although this particular model is technically obsolescent in some ways, there is a good medium-sized PRO that is built into the unit that is worth considering when purchasing it. The individual consumer's decision is to weigh that against the various CONS that have to do with the intervening 2 years'-plus worth of the newer units' technology (especially the improved storage formats of proprietary, rechargeable battery packs.)

As most reviewers agree, Motorola is terrific value, a good tradeoff of function for the dollar. It is no surprise that Motorola units lead the market together with Cobra and Uniden with their Citizen Band heritage.

Experience and talking with other enthusiasts have generated a few general recommendations about the "Walkie-Talkie" format in general and perhaps some relevant buying tips. If you'd like to see them, please refer to the re-edit of original review dated September, 2001, which bears the re-edited title "The Ironies of Time . . . "

Thank You.

Allen Smalling.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Recreational Two-Way Radio
Transmission impressively clear and crisp, as long as you are not out of range, battery life is excellent, and the weather station feature is a total blast.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great radio, great price
I just got this radio last month and I already love it. It has the perfect amount of features: just enough, but not too many. If you want a radio a notch above the usual, with useful features like scan, vibrate, and weather radio, this is the radio for you. Reception is excellent, as with all Motorola radios. This is a great FRS for the money. However, I give it 4 stars because it is a little confusing to learn. For the elderly or small children, I would reccommend the Motorola 5200s. They do not have all the features, but they are super-easy to use. Overall though this is a great buy for the money. ... Read more


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