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21. SpeedStream(R) Cable Modem
22. Siemens SS2604 4-Port Ethernet
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23. Siemens 242 2.4 GHz Cordless Phone
$345.99 list()
24. Siemens 5871 IDSL Router
25. SS2510 SIEMENS POWELINE 4-PORT
26. SpeedStream 5667 Dual USB/Ethernet
27. SPEEDSTREAM 5667 USB/ENET MODEM
$39.95
28. SPEEDSTREAM 3060 INTERNAL PCI
$4.99
29. Siemens SpeedStream® 1020 10/100
30. SpeedStream® 5251 SDSL Modem
$29.99 list($99.99)
31. Siemens 240 2.4 GHz Black Cordless
32. Siemens SpeedStream 8-Port 10/100
33. Siemens 5940 T1 Business Gateway
34. Siemens SpeedStream 2-Port DSL/Cable
35. Siemens SpeedStream 1024 2.4GHz
$18.99 $13.99 list()
36. Siemens SPEEDSTREAM 2105 5PORT
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37. Siemens SL65 Unlocked Tri-band
$79.99 list($149.00)
38. Siemens 2400 Gigaset 2.4 GHz Gray
$9.72
39. Siemens Oem Earbud Headset
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40. Siemens 2400 Gigaset 2.4 GHz White

21. SpeedStream(R) Cable Modem

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Asin: B000089DAY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Communication Devices
Sales Rank: 45446
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22. Siemens SS2604 4-Port Ethernet DSL/Cable Router with Print Server

Asin: B0000789GI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 15344
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Combines powerful routing functions such as DHCP & NAT security with a 4-port 10/100 switch for maximum throughput
  • Firewall security features help protect sensitive data
  • Connects to existing DSL or cable modems, providing a cost-effective way to share a broadband connection
  • Built-in print server makes it easy to share one printer with all your PCs
  • IP sharing capabilities

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Killer
After using a Linksys and then a D-Link, this is now my favorite SOHO router. I replaced a D-Link DI-604 and am very glad I did.

The setup's easy. I powered everything down, removed my old router, plugged in the new router, and powered everything back up. The router configured itself, and I was connected just like that!

The SS2604 includes a lot of smart features. I use the print server with my Epson Color Stylus 880 and have no problems (in fact, the printer port is what prompted me to buy the router). The Web administration is pretty simple. Basic users don't have to wade through the advanced stuff, but advanced users can get right to it, and you have a lot of control. A really nice touch is that the router uses DNS PC names (rather than IP addresses) within the setup software when setting a DMZ or opening specific ports ("virtual servers"). Therefore a power drop doesn't require a complete re-config. There's also a site log and a filtering function, which I have yet to use.

Before you set up the Speedstream, DO download the firmware upgrade from speedstream.com. And make sure you have Acrobat installed. The only printed doc is a quickstart guide. Everything else is on CD in PDF format. I'd prefer a paper manual, and including a CAT5 cable or two would be nice.

All in all, it's a great SOHO router, currently selling for about 1/2 the price of comparable products from Netgear, D-Link, and Linksys. If Siemens marketed better this box would sell bundles.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good router for the money,
The Siemens SS2604 is a great 4-port ethernet router for the money. Compared to other routers made my D-link, Linksys, and Netgear, this one is priced to sell at around $...less. It works great, despite its sparse set-up instructions. The set-up is internet based - requiring the user to enter a specific address into a web browser. This brings up a set-up wizard which is very basic and probably isn't very helpful for people who are new to setting up networks. Still, it's not hard to get the right set-up going (reading the included CD-ROM manual maybe advisable). In my case, I run some firewall software in addition to the router, so I had to adjust a few more things before I got this router to work. I play a MMORPG on one PC and surf the net on the other using this router. I've had no problems whatsoever. If you're looking for a basic router with a print server as well, the SS2604 is a good deal.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Be Aware: Warranty not honored if purchased online
I bought this item October 2003 and it broke down today. After holding for 15 minutes to talk with a tech support, I was told since I bought this from an online retailer, Amazon, the company's policy is not to honor the warranty as "anyone can sell online and therefore we don't know what they could have done to the product." Needless to say, I am extremely disappointed. I hope you don't.

1-0 out of 5 stars 2 strikes and your out
Replaced a DI-701 with this thing. I bought this router for ONE reason... The box said 10/100 on BOTH sides LAN & WAN. In MY configuration, I have it between my private LAN workstations and my public net access and servers, so I want 100 between workstations and servers. It did seem to xfer at more than 10mbps when it WORKED.

The FIRST one I bought, after about 2 weeks, it started acting up, looking like it reset itself, but when that happened, no private machines could hit the public side. Needed a power-cycle to fix about every 8 hours. If I let it go on like that long enough (like overnight whilst sleeping--I know, what good sysadmin ever sleeps right?? lol), it would blow the whole LAN AND WAN, public AND private and NONE of my servers would then be accessible from ANYWHERE.
So I called Siemens, they said go ahead and exchange it where I bought it, so I did.
So here is the second one. Running great up until last Friday (about 6 months or so) when we had a power failure that was long enough to drain all the UPS backups, and the computers shutdown fine and all.
When the power came back on, the Power and PrintAct lights were green and the Status and Print Err lights red, (no printer hooked up to the printserver port) and with any comps hooked up to the switch ports, it would just continually cycle the lights through each port. NO ACCESS between ANY machines.
So now Im back on the 701 till I can find a GOOD KNOWN name brand (D-link, Linksys or 3com($$$ouch$$$) that has 100 on BOTH sides.

BIC should buy Siemens and sell these things right along side their disposable razors and lighters. For $30, thats about what it is. I am NOT taking this one back. Im donating it to BFI for landfill use. The wall-wart power supply may come in handy somewhere though...lol

"Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me".
SIEMENS: Stick to your DSL modems! You obviously cant make routers...

1-0 out of 5 stars Great potential marred by poor quality and support
A 4 port router with print server for under 30 bucks and backed by the Siemens name? Should've been a winner but this was not the case!

Basic installation went fine but many web pages had missing images. Installing the print server failed with Windows error messages. I tried the online help which suggested "try uninstalling and re-installing". I emailed for support; after a week and no reply I boxed it up and returned it. I'm back on my trusty Linksys router.

A very dissapointing experience. ... Read more


23. Siemens 242 2.4 GHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Black)
list price: $79.88
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Asin: B00004R7OK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 21000
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Siemens 242 is a single-line, caller ID-equipped phone that operates on the 2.4 GHz band. Its 2.4 GHz technology ensures a clearer cordless transmission without static or interference from other cordless phones operating at crowded lower frequencies. Digital spread spectrum technology provides optimum security from eavesdropping by "hopping" frequencies more than 100 times every second.

The Siemens 242 features built-in caller ID/call waiting ID capability and features a three-line LCD display. This LCD also displays up to 30 calls and provides both redial and the time of the call. The display can also show information in English, French, or Spanish.

The Siemens 242 features 10 programmable speed-dial numbers, a choice of four ring tones, base-to-handset paging, ringer and receiver volume controls, two-way charging positions, out-of-range alert, and more. An internal antenna protects the phone against accidental damage. The Siemens 242 comes with a lightweight cordless handset, a base with a built-in charger, a battery pack, a user's manual, and a belt clip. Siemens offers a one-year warranty on this phone. ... Read more

Features

  • Full 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum technology (base and handset)
  • 3-line caller ID display with 30-number call log
  • 10-number speed dialing
  • 3-language LCD display (English, Spanish, and French)
  • Base-to-handset paging, flash, redial, pause, mute

Reviews (26)

2-0 out of 5 stars this one's going back...
This phone is quite different from other cordless phones on the market, but not necessarily in good ways. it's super small, which would seem great until trying to do the hands-free shoulder cradle thing. the design is sleek and there's no antenna sticking out, but ergonomics suffer. the biggest factor in returning this is the sound quality. it has 2.4 ghz but neither i nor my callers could tolerate all of the static. unfortunately i didn't research this enough -- after reading various product reviews, i'm going to send it back and try a sanyo or panasonic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Price and Good phone...
...OK, I am talking about Siemens 242 2.4 GHz Black Cordless Phone with Caller ID by Siemens, which I bought...

First, the sound quality is superior and you can adjust the listen volume while you talk...

Second, the caller id is working good and very easy to call back the number by pressing "talk" with the number displaying.

Third, the memory can store up to 22 digits of number which is very useful for people using those dial around like 1010345, 1010220....

Fourth, it combines the phone cord and power cord. You just need to plug in with a RJ-45 type head, no messy desktop.

Fifth, the menu is very easy to navigate, just like a hand phone. I can use it without the manual.

The phone looks cool...but now I think it is a very good phone with [a good] price. I have been using Panasonic for a long while, now it is time to change.

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone eats batteries
Batteries die after a extremely short life. Customer service says that a Nickle Metal Hydride battery should be used instead. Well, if that was the case, why didn't they supply one with the phone? The handset gets very warm when charging unless placed face-down on the base. When the battery dies, the handset/base get very hot and might pose a fire hazard; they should all be recalled and replaced with a better design.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good feature set marred by unexpected inconveniences
While this phone basically does what it advertises to do, it fails to impress because of a certain amount of thoughtlessness in the details.

For example, it is, in fact, imbued with a reliable caller ID service, speed dialing, and a helpful caller log. But the LED screen isn't backlit. As a result all those neat features aren't usable at night, when you perhaps need them most. Likewise, its small size at first seems a convenience-until you remember that comfort is more important in a home phone than portability. Bigger phones are better around the house, where you tend to want a phone you can actually rest on your shoulder.

But its bigger offenses, I think, have to do with the way it performs its most basic functions: power and reception.

It requires much more recharge time on the base than much older phones, and that charge evaporates quite quickly-even when the phone is not in active use. Worse, my particular unit-and maybe all of them--doesn't reliably snap into the base. It's possible to put the phone in the cradle and yet not have the contacts touch. As a result, the phone could spend hours in the cradle without recharging at all.

Its reception, too, is baffling. While does have a fair range, it seems to pick up background noise more clearly than the sound of my voice--clearly the opposite of how you want a phone to work.

I don't mean to sound too negative, here. Most of the time it works like it's supposed to. But I can't help feeling if it had been tweaked with a little more market research, Seimens might have come up with a more practical product.

3-0 out of 5 stars nice simple phone...but
The LCD or key pad does not have a light. Really inconvenient for low light use. Sound is OK, both sending and receiving. ... Read more


24. Siemens 5871 IDSL Router

our price: $345.99
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Asin: B00006HQVY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 54876
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25. SS2510 SIEMENS POWELINE 4-PORT ( 936-2510-001 )

Asin: B00008ELL6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 35587
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26. SpeedStream 5667 Dual USB/Ethernet DSL Modem

Asin: B00006IRNI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 16516
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Features

  • Powerful full-rate ADSL modem
  • Supports multiple ATM circuits
  • USB or Ethernet interface
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000

27. SPEEDSTREAM 5667 USB/ENET MODEM

Asin: B00006HVC7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 45601
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28. SPEEDSTREAM 3060 INTERNAL PCI ADSL MODEM

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Asin: B00006LUJU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
Sales Rank: 53405
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29. Siemens SpeedStream® 1020 10/100 PCI Network Adapter

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Asin: B0000631YH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 28504
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Features

  • 10/100 auto-negotiating
  • 32-Bit Bus Mastering
  • Wake-in-LAN support

30. SpeedStream® 5251 SDSL Modem

Asin: B000077XDV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 57011
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31. Siemens 240 2.4 GHz Black Cordless Phone
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00004R7ON
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 19477
Average Customer Review: 1.81 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Siemens 240 is a single-line, single-user phone that operates on the 2.4 GHz band. It offers clearer cordless transmission without static or interference from other cordless phones operating at crowded lower frequencies. Digital spread spectrum technology provides optimum security from eavesdropping by "hopping" frequencies more than 100 times every second.

Convenience features of the Siemens 240 include 10 programmable speed-dial numbers, a choice of four ring tones, base-to-handset paging, ringer and receiver volume controls, two-way charging positions, and an out-of-range alert. An internal antenna protects this phone against accidental damage. The Siemens 240 comes with a lightweight cordless handset, a base with a built-in charger, a battery pack, a user's manual, and a belt clip. Siemens offers a one-year warranty on this phone. ... Read more

Features

  • Full 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum technology (base and handset)
  • 10-number speed dialing
  • Mute, flash, redial, and pause functions
  • Out-of-range and low-battery alerts
  • Desktop or wall mountable

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Value Cordless
This phone is a great idea from Siemens. For those who do not need the extra features of the other Siemens cordless phones but want the same essential 2.4 GHz range & technology this phone is awsome. The first phone I received was defective. I received a very prompt exchange for a new phone...at the recommendation of Siemens helpful tech support. The service after the sale is there if you need it. If you can live without built in caller-ID & LCD display, answering machine, 500 extra buttons and the need to add extra handsets to the same base buy this phone. I was pleased to learn Siemens builds this phone in the United States. Wonderful minimalist phone with solid technology.

3-0 out of 5 stars It Gets Hot on the Speaker
This is my 3rd choice of phone. Not all great. I am not sure how an actually 2.4GHz phone sounds like. This phone I got sounds abit too clear. I hear sounds on the other line aswell as sounds around me. At times I am unable to hear the other party due to the "clearity" of my surroundings.

The buttons like all the other views are correct. It can be sensitive at times and it can be non-sentitive. I find myslef having to push the buttons couple of times. At prolong talk, the speaker gets hot for the ears.

I maybe too picky on phones I purchase. This phone works; however, I do not feel comfortable with the features it have. Siemens could have built a more better low value phone quality, particular this model.

1-0 out of 5 stars Siemens Has Lost My Business
I bought a Gigaset 2420 2 line cordless phone from Siemens two years ago and have had endless problems with the 3 handsets that I have for the system. My problems started soon after the purchase. I turned one off and it wouldn't turn on again when the power button was pressed. I dropped another one soon after a VERY VERY short distance and it went dead.

I called Siemens to see about getting replacements since I was still in warranty and was told that the Gigaset 2420 was a new product and they didn't have their replacement process setup yet and I should call back sometime in the future. What the...! So, I replaced those two handsets with my own money. And then the buttons slowly started failing on two of the handsets that I use most often. I had to press the number buttons a certain way to get them to work. It was a major pain when dialing a number.

I called the support center again. I'd had the phone for 13 or so months at that point. The support people told me that they'd had a lot of problems with the durability of the handsets. They acknowledged reported cases where the phone had been turned off and would not turn back on. They didn't seem too surprised about my buttons failing. They offered to replace my current handsets with refurbished ones.

That was about a year ago. In the last few months I noticed the buttons are failing again on the 2 main handsets. It's getting harder and harder to dial a number. One of the handsets also seems to have a worsening reception problem that sounds like I'm getting interference from a microwave but that's not it. The other handsets don't have this problem.

I called the support group the other day and was told that my product was out of warranty since I'd had it for 2 years. I told them that I respect warranties but this is a defect problem. I expect a handset to last longer than one year before it starts to fail. They told me to basically take a hike. I moved up the ladder looking for someone that would even care to listen to my story but all I got was the company line that they had no authority to authorize a replacement out of warranty.

So, I'm now posting my experience everywhere on the web that I can find. Letting people know that Siemens does not make quality phone handsets and they don't stand behind their product. Does this apply to all the handsets on all Siemens cordless phones? Don't know - but I wouldn't buy another Siemens phone to find out. My advice is to NOT buy from Siemens and instead buy from one of their competitors.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cute and Light but static
I too suffered static by the Microwave. Noticeable especially in the Kitchen while heating up supper, tea etc. Sometime I have to walk 50 feet away to get away from the static. I would not recommend this phone. My first experience with 2.4's. Not a good one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disposable Phone???
I've had this phone for about a year. Its been pretty dependable and even survived several drops on the floor. Unfortunately call quality goes in the tank when using it while running the microwave. Also it seems incredibly difficult to get a replacement battery for this phone. [Several retailers] don't carry the battery. Even the [manufacturer's] website doesn't appear to carry it. What a pain! Do yourself a favor, buy a different phone. ... Read more


32. Siemens SpeedStream 8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch (SS2108)

Asin: B00006592W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 39735
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33. Siemens 5940 T1 Business Gateway

Asin: B00006HXIJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 43910
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34. Siemens SpeedStream 2-Port DSL/Cable Router (SS2602)

Asin: B0000631YV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 11570
Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple cheap home networking solution
I have 2 PCs at home and just upgraded my broadband from an internal DSL modem (fried after a recent power failure) to a new external cable modem connection. Whereas before I used one PC as an internet proxy server and connected the other PC with a hub, this ...item lets both machines talk to each other at 100base-T speeds and share a broadband internet connection.
Setup was a snap--you connect everything, make sure TCP/IP on both computers is set to DHCP ("automatic"), and reboot the computers. At that point, they're getting their IP addressing from the router, acting as a DHCP server, while the router deals with the ISP. Then you connect to the router's HTML admin interface (NOT an external website, as another reviewer seemed to think), and run though a few wizards. When it's done, you're sharing the connection between both PCs (and with an el cheapo hub, you can add lots more) and a basic hardware firewall provides at least some degree of security.

The printed documentation is just the basics to get you started, the more complete docs are in a PDF file on a CD. Since the full-blown documentation is only 32 pages, this baffles me--is it really cheaper to create a CD instead of printing a 32-page pamphlet?

So far, so good. It's simple yet has a lot of features I might use in the future--VPN support and NAT to name a few. For 40 bucks, it's a great deal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Low Price does NOT mean cheap
This little box has all the power of a 3com, netgear (3/4times as expensive) or a dlink (twice as expensive).

It only has two ports, but will work with up to 254 computers like a dlink or netgear. I have multiple 2-15 computer networks running off this little box and it's been performing flawlessly.

It's MUCH more friendly than a sonicwall or 3com though a little less userfriendly than a dlink, but any semicompetent tech with a basic understanding of ip and firewalls would have an easy time setting it up if they RTDM (Read The D$*# Manual).

Never needed tech support so I can't say how that is.

All of this is from the point of view of a tech who understands about NAT, firewalls and other semi-basic network knowledge. If you're a novice looking for a simple setup you might be able to get away with this if you Read the instructions, but I'd recommend hiring a tech and saving yourself a lot of trouble if you don't really want to spend time learning about the geek terminology.

5-0 out of 5 stars absolutely smooth sailing
We were looking around for a simple router/firewall, that would automatically protect against hackers, and streamline net access in our small office network. Amazingly, this incredibly inexpensive product does the trick nicely. It took about 15 minutes to get up and running, counting the time to type into the router our Sympatico DSL internet account details: name, password, and set connection type to PPPoE. Getting notieably faster internet speeds now that one of the workstations is completely finished from having to work the tiresome role of a proxy server. Bonus, it has cool power user features: triggered port opening, and client filtering based on time/day of week. The two guys who left negative comments seem totally clueless because: first, the firmware in the unit is burning fast; second, I configured the router with great ease before connecting to the internet. Excellent little product, as another reviewer said, as it's in a hard plastic casing, avoid dropping on stone/concrete flooring.

1-0 out of 5 stars arrrrrgh!
I ran into a mountain of problems with this little "bargain." In order to configure it, you must access their website. But to get on the net, you have to be assigned an IP address within a narrow range. Was I supposed to call my cable provider and ask them to assign my Surfboard an IP address in that range? Or maybe I should have kept unplugging and plugging in my modem all night and all day in the hopes of landing in that narrow range of addresses?? Anyway, I'm taking it back for a full refund. Also, the CD that comes with it contains a PDF file that explains quite a bit but does none of the work for you. It explained, for example, the deal with the IP addressing, that I would not have known otherwise. Consider yourself lucky that I went through hours of agony instead of you. Buy a Linksys.

1-0 out of 5 stars No good - piece of garbage
I'm no computer newbie. As a computer professional I was looking to buy a cheap, easy router to hook up. This proved to be quite the opposite. Slow, unresponsive firmware, coupled with ineffective and ignorant service = major frustration.

This is the worst product you can buy for such a simple task.

DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT ... Read more


35. Siemens SpeedStream 1024 2.4GHz Wireless PCI Network Adapter ( SS1024-1 )

Asin: B000068WOH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
Sales Rank: 24541
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Integrated design w/dipole
  • Supports WEP encryption
  • Plug-and-Play installation

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars It failed after 4-5 months
I spent many hours tring to connect my computer to the wirless router. I could not figure it out. Electronic cards going bad was the last thing I would suspect but I was not correct. The Card 1024 was my problem and I don't recommend buying one. I know electonics and this card failed me where other have not.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's good, but the application is not needed
I am using XP pro to configure this device....the included application was unnecessary and I think caused problems.

I had several issues at once so I am not sure if the application was at fault, but I have been running fine 3 months without it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Siemens SpeedStream Wireless PCI evaluation
The driver for the SpeedStream could be installed. However during installation the default settings are shown (e.g., channel 11), but you can't change them. I couldn't find the file to edit. When you bringup the SpeedSteam Wireless LAN Utility the icon does not appear in the system tray. I also couldn't use browser to access www.speedstream.com -- "The connection was refused when attempting to contact www.speedstream.com".

I use to have a Microsoft wireless adapter, but it died so I wanted to try out Siemens. Big mistake. I have PC with Windows 2000 Professional. So I just use the 10/100 ethernet instead.

Look elsewhere if you want a wireless connection.

4-0 out of 5 stars Rather good product
I had no trouble what so ever to install this card on my XP Pro and Win98SE computers. Drivers were easy to install and were very easy to configure. Though XP Pro driver doesn't let you generate WEP keys by a key phrase, you got to copy the key string itself. The antenna is able to receive from far away, you can even add aluminum foil (several layers folded together) and put it as a shiled behind the antenna so the signal would be reflected to the router (got to play with it a little to get a better reception).

5-0 out of 5 stars good performance for the price!
I have wondows XP on my desktop. Installation was easy as per the instructions in mannuial. I have had this up andd running since last night. My router Netgear MR814v2 is 2 walls away from my desktop and I still get ~85% signal strength and > 90% signal quality. I have 128 bit WEP truned on and it is working great.

I think this is the best bargain that you could get for this price range. ...

Just a note on compatibility with MR814v2. If you are planning to use this with Netgear's MR814v2. Make sure you have firmware version 5.01 for the MR814v2. Mine came with version 5.00 and I spent 3 frustrating days figuring out the problem. I finally downloaded latest firmware verrsion 5.01 from Nergear's site for MR814v2 and since then connection is as good as it can be!! ... Read more


36. Siemens SPEEDSTREAM 2105 5PORT ( 936-2105-001 )

our price: $18.99
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Asin: B0000631YU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 21263
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37. Siemens SL65 Unlocked Tri-band World GSM Cell Phone
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B0006SKG6Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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Product Description

Unlocked Triband GSM Phone Intelligent, individual, unexpected, creative: all these attributes characterize this new ¿eye catcher" which combines sophisticated and cutting-edge technology with striking visual aspects. The SL65 is an exclusive design phone, which has been created with the highest attention to detail. The elegant slider mechanism is innovative high-tech and unusual in design but is easy to use and has evolved from its successful predecessor. Available exclusively in ivory and ebony and with an enamel like band around the front and the back to create a defined shape, the SL65 emphasizes taste and the individuality of its user: Not flashy, but elegant and desirable. ... Read more

Features

  • Unlocked triband gsm phone Network GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
  • Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
  • Build-in digital VGA camera with video
  • Type TFT, 65K colors
  • 5-way navy key

38. Siemens 2400 Gigaset 2.4 GHz Gray Supplementary Handset and Charger
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00004R7OD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 4894
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supplementary handset and charger
  • Transforms your cordless phone into a multiuser cordless system
  • For use with Siemens models 2402, 2410, 2415, and 2420
  • 150-foot range indoors, 1,000-foot range outdoors
  • LCD display with onscreen menu and caller ID/call waiting

Reviews (47)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Performance - Exceeded my Expectations!
I read through the considerable number of reviews on the Gigaset suite of products before buying this unit. I almost bought a different phone because of the wide range of experiences with these phones. After careful consideration, I bought the 2402 and couldn't be happier with this product. I live in a three story home, with a reasonably large yard. The home was built in the '30's and several rooms don't have phone jacks. Consequently, when I found out about the Siemens cordless systems, it sounded perfect. The thought of having several phones without needing to install wiring was very appealing. We used to have a single 900 mhz cordless phone, which was never where we needed it when it was needed. And after two Sony 900 mhz, and the new Panasonic 2.4 ghz died on us, my wife and I wanted a phone that was going to both perform and last.

With that background, the Siemens system has been fabulous. The range, battery, and clarity performance are all as good or better than the Sony and Panasonic phones that we've used in the past. The features are SIGNIFICANTLY better! The Siemens handsets have very intuitive menus and are very nicely styled. The range and clarity of the handsets have been flawless. The base unit is hidden away in a closit on the third floor, and we get a perfectly clear signal on every level of the house, as well as our yard, which extends at least 150 feet away from the base. I replaced the batteries with Kodak NiMh rechargables, and battery performance has been great - we've not run out of battery power once. Although, the supplied NiCd batteries weren't a problem either.

I read about some issue with DSL incompatibility, but we have not had a problem even though our main telephone wire also carries DSL service. We simply plugged the base in and it worked. One of the other reviews talks about hold being an issue, but this easily fixed by properly configuring the privacy feature. My single complaint is that the handsets are too thin to cradle with my shoulder (probably a bad habbit anyway.) The good news is that the handset has a built in plug for a headset, which we bought when we ordered the system from Amazon (check out the Plantronics units.) And the headset turns out to be infinitely more comfortable than cradleing the handset anyway.

In short, this system has completely exceeded my expectations and I couldn't be happier with this purchase!

1-0 out of 5 stars poor support from Siemens for this set as it is discontinued
DO NOT buy a refurbished set. Mine lasted just past the 90 day return policy and stopped working. Siemens are not interested in fixing it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good system, but only lasts so long...
We've had the Gigaset 2420 with 3 wireless units for almost 3 years now. The battery life on the wireless hand sets has been terrible all along, and we've even tried changing the batteries. Now, one of the wireless base stations has starting to die on us. The conversation begins fine, and barely lasts for 20 seconds or so. The quality of voice starts to stutter and gets really..really choppy. Finally to the extent that one has to drop the call. Although its out of warranty, but for the of this system, one would not expect such a poor quality from such an expensive set. Our much inexpensive phones from other manufacturers are still working flawlessly.

I would NOT recommend this system to anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money!!!
I've owned the base station and four handsets (six if you include the warranty replacements). The handsets are absolutely worthless. They don't stay charged, they click and pop while you're using them and the LED display goes out within the first year. Siemens is still in the cordless phone business, but they won't get another dime out of me! Don't waste your money!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Refurbished - You get what you pay for.
I have used Amazon.com for other purchases and have been completely satisfied with their products and services up until I wanted to expand the # of 2400 giga-sets I have on my Siemens phone system. I ordered 2 after market refurbished units in January 2003, $$ each, of which only 1 worked. I sent it back and it was replaced with another failing unit, which was replaced with yet another failing unit. I am tired of the RMAs, shipping charges, poor products & service.
Amazon.com is great for books, CDs, DVDs, etc.. but stay away from the refurbs. ... Read more


39. Siemens Oem Earbud Headset

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Asin: B0006I3GNY
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40. Siemens 2400 Gigaset 2.4 GHz White Supplementary Handset and Charger
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Asin: B00004T3DI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 19516
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supplementary handset and charger in a versatile white color
  • Transforms your cordless phone into a multiuser cordless system
  • For use with Siemens models 2402, 2410, 2415, and 2420
  • 150-foot range indoors, 1,000-foot range outdoors
  • LCD display with onscreen menu and caller ID/call waiting

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Had to give it to Salvation Army
Not good, even when I turned off my wireless LAN. Poorly made and not durable at all. The 2.4G range is too croweded and we live on a half an acre. Siemens dissapoints. Will not buy a 2.4G again. Someone needs to develop a bluetooth that uses a different frequency.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Handset
I have used this system for about a year and now have a base unit and 3 extension units. I've found it reliable, very durable, and easy to use. I appreciate the adjustable volume controls on the handsets. The range and clairity is fantastic. The batteries, though, seem to need constant re-charging. Also, the design discourages balancing the handset on your shoulder and holing it to your ear. But, really, this is a great improvement over the last generation of cordless phones.

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, but not for the Plug & Play Crowd
I first bought a 2420 system with 2 auxillary handstes to support my home office throughout my home. I was pleased enough to then buy a 2402 system with 5 auxillary handsets for my residence lines. (I should add that one of my handsets, 6-months old, simply stopped working for no apparent reason, but I've had no other performance issues.)

The handset size is comfrotable and ideally proportioned. It can be clipped to your belt or carried your pocket. The handset's features are complete, (except that there is no intercom feature to track misplaced handsets). Reception is also great.

A big plus is that the auxillary handsets use any type of rechargeable AA battery.

Be forewarned, however, that someone in the house should read the detailed instructions that accompany the system. This is a sophisticated system. Summary instructions are embedded in the handset's LED and may be accessed by scrolling, but the LED instructions are cryptic. I, for one, did not understand them until after I'd read the User's Manual, (a first for me). But once you've completed the Setup procedures, you'll need only to remember: "When in doubt, take the phone away from your ear, (apparently a difficult motor skill for Teens), look at the LED screen, and press the button below the appropriate command."

3-0 out of 5 stars Great when they work
The title says it all. We purchased two of them for our small business, planning to buy more. One of them stopped functioning after just a couple of days. We returned it for replacement which was done expeditiously. The replacement is still working fine. However, the other one has now gone south. By any standard, this is an unacceptable reliability record. I will buy one more because I like these phones so much. But if the new one craters too, I will be forced to replace them with the bulkier Panasonic phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great sound, good range, poor durability
We have several Gigaset handsets at work in the network support department. With the base centrally located, we are able talk throughout nearly all of this 28,000 square-foot two-story concrete and steel building, with only a couple of spots that get a bit noisy. The sound quality at this end is nearly equal to a corded phone, and a callers at the other end say it's pretty good too. The convenience is great, we use handsfree headsets, to allow ourselves to be handsfree to work, or not be tied to the desk when on perpetual hold with tech support. It is easy to page and conference other handsets too.

However, they have some significant durability problems. We have gone through several handsets in the past year. The belt-clip does not grip well at all, and the phone drops frequently. When the fall is slowed or stopped by a handsfree headset, it can damage the jack it is plugged into, which is only held in place by it's solder pads. When they fall is stopped by the (mostly carpeted) floor, several have stopped functioning properly, some stopped completely. If Siemens could make these MUCH more rugged, or at least supply a cushioned case, then I could easily recommend these. Until then, be careful with them, and keep the receipt. Normally vendor extended warranties are a bad investment, but for these, it's not a bad idea. ... Read more


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