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101. Siemens 5871 IDSL Router
list($129.99)
102. Siemens 242 2.4 GHz White Cordless
103. Siemens SpeedStream 1023 11Mbps
104. Siemens Ethernet DSL Modem (SS5100)
105. SpeedStream® 2005 Ethernet 5-Port
list($169.99)
106. Siemens 2415 Gigaset 2.4 GHz Cordless
list($29.99)
107. Speedstream 2005 5PORT 10BT Enet
$69.98 list($99.88)
108. Siemens 2410 Gigaset 2.4 GHz White
109. SIEMENS 4000B Additional Handset
110. Siemens DUAL-LINE FILTER KIT NON-T1E1
list($79.99)
111. Siemens 4010 Gigaset 2.4 GHz DSS
$19.99 list($69.99)
112. 8PORT 10/100 Enet Switch
113. Siemens 5360 ADSL Bridge
114. Siemens SE 5954 SHDSL Gateway
115. Siemens 24PORT 10/100BTX MASW-TX
$33.50
116. Siemens SpeedStream 11Mbps Wireless
117. Siemens 5851 SDSL Router ( 120-5851-044
list($99.99)
118. Siemens Gigaset 4015 2.4 GHz DSS
119. Expansion module - 8 ports - plug-in
120. Fujitsu Siemens - Handheld stylus

101. Siemens 5871 IDSL Router

Asin: B00006HRNS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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102. Siemens 242 2.4 GHz White Cordless Phone with Caller ID
list price: $129.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004R7OG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 67107
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Siemens 242 is a single-line, caller ID-equipped phone that operateson the 2.4 GHz band. Its 2.4 GHz technology ensures a clearer cordlesstransmission without static or interference from other cordless phones operatingat crowded lower frequencies. Plus, digital spread spectrum technology providesoptimum security from eavesdropping by "hopping" frequencies more than 100 timesevery second.

To set up the phone, we inserted the battery pack, plugged inthe AC adapter, and charged the battery. After the initial 12-hour charge, the240 normally recharges in four hours. The Siemens 242 has an unusualconfiguration in that the AC adapter plugs into an electrical outlet; from theAC adapter two cords emerge: a standard RJ-11 connector that plugs into thetelephone wall jack and an RJ-45 connector that plugs into the 242 base station.The 240's controls were generally intuitive, but we did have to consult themanual to set the caller ID language (English, French, or Spanish), to managethe caller ID log, to change the ringer settings, and to program memory dialing.The phone is wall mountable, but the base's design causes it to protrudeexcessively from the wall.

In our tests of the 242, we placed the base on thefloor, and the handset performed flawlessly to a distance of only about 40 feet.Distortion gradually increased as we moved away from the base, and the handsetstopped functioning at 195 feet. This is not good performance for a phone inthis class. We moved the base station in front of a window and repeated thetests. This time, the handset performed well to a distance of 130 feet andstopped functioning at 270 feet. This performance is much better but still notas good as less expensive 900 MHz DSS phones. Within close proximity to thebase, sound quality was very good; the handset sounded only slightly softer thanour reference corded desk phone.

The Siemens 242 displays caller ID/callwaiting information on a three-line LCD. This LCD displays up to 30 calls andprovides both redial and the time of the call. The Siemens 242 also features 10programmable speed-dial numbers, a choice of four ring tones, base-to-handsetpaging, ringer and receiver volume controls, two-way charging positions, out-of- range alert, and more. An internal antenna protects the phone against accidentaldamage. The Siemens 242 comes with a lightweight cordless handset, a base with abuilt-in charger, a battery pack, a user's manual, and a belt clip. Siemensoffers a one-year warranty on this phone. --Mike Brown

Pros:

  • Very clear signal when close to the base
  • Lightweight and comfortable to hold
  • Easy to set up and use

Cons:

  • Less range than typical 900 MHz DSS phones
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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)
  • Flash, redial, pause, mute, and base-to-handset paging

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


103. Siemens SpeedStream 1023 11Mbps Wireless PCI Network Adapter (Chassis Only) ( SS1023 )

Asin: B0000631YI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 39132
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Features

  • **Requires wireless PC Card
  • PCI bus adapter form factor
  • 11Mbps data throughput

104. Siemens Ethernet DSL Modem (SS5100) (SS5100)

Asin: B0002JZT7I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 41158
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105. SpeedStream® 2005 Ethernet 5-Port Hub

Asin: B000064186
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 39283
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Features

  • 5 10Base-T ports
  • 1 uplink port
  • Full array of diagnostic LEDs

106. Siemens 2415 Gigaset 2.4 GHz Cordless System with Caller ID & TAD (White)
list price: $169.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004R7OZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 19661
Average Customer Review: 2.31 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Siemens Gigaset 2415 is a full-featured cordless phone system with a built-in digital answering machine. The 2415's digital spread technology and full 2.4 GHz operation allow it to offer voice clarity and enhanced security.

Because the Siemens Gigaset 2415 2.4 GHz cordless phone is expandable, only the base needs to be connected to a jack. You can plug a total of four handset chargers into standard power outlets, and you can operate all four handsets (Siemens model 2400) simultaneously without doing any additional wiring. For example, while you and another user talk to a third party on an outside line, two other users can talk to each other through the intercom feature on their handsets. You can customize each handset with its own ring tones, personalized directory, and extension name and number.

The 2415's full-featured answering system with 22 minutes of memory adds to its versatility. The machine records messages digitally, so there are never any tapes to fuss with, plus you can choose from four outgoing greetings. You can access messages from any Gigaset handset or remotely from any touch-tone phone.

The Siemens Gigaset 2415 includes a three-line backlit graphical display that provides caller ID/call waiting information and easy access to a call log and all other system features. The handset design includes headset jacks for hands-free use and internal antennas to protect them against damage. This phone comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum operation (base and handset)
  • Built-in digital answering machine, 22-minute memory
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 50-call history; 120-entry call directory
  • Expandable to 4 handsets
  • Volume and ringer tone control

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Satisfied
I've been extremely satisfied with the Siemens Gigaset 2415 2.4 GHz Cordless System. It has excellent clarity and several features that are very useful. I was a little skeptical with the 2.4 GHz phones. Until recently, I had a new, full-featured, Panasonic phone, which gave me extensive problems and the reception was poor. Wanting to increase the reception quality and security, I gave the Siemens Gigaset 2415 a try and I am very pleased. The features are excellent, caller ID, digital answering system, etc. Although, I really enjoy the directory feature, thus allowing me to find a name and press dial to call. This is a very handy tool. As noted earlier, the clarity is excellent and I haven't had any problems with battery life, but then again I usually leave the phone in the charger/base when not in use. The only minor problem that I experienced was the inability to use the phone when the power went out, but that doesn't happen often and any phone requiring power would experience similar problems. I highly recommend this phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Phone! Here's how to solve reception problem:
I loved this phone from the moment I opened the box! First thing I noticed is that it uses standard rechargable AA batteries (no propriatary format). Battery life is excellent, provided you take care of them. The handset is sleek and light with more features than I have seen on any other cordless phone. Most are easy to use: the more advanced ones take a bit of learning (If you don't like them, don't use them). Answering machine controls are intuitive and easy to use as well (double speed playback works great!). I also appreciate being able to view the status of and retrieve my messages from the hanset without having to go to the base. Expandabliliy to multiple handsets is unique at this price range and, coupled with intercom, conferencing, and room monitoring features a definite plus

As for reception: I did experience white noise on the handset with the factory-set frequency. Siemens' web site prominently displays their customer service number 2 clicks in (when was the last time you saw that?), which was well staffed and provided me with a resolution in minutes. If you hear "white noise" on the handset: 1) deregister the handset, 2) disconnet power to the base unit, 3) disconnect power to the handset, 4) wait 5 minutes, 5) restore power to the base unit FIRST, 6) restore power to the hanseet, 7) re-register the hanset. This will force the system to search for and establish the best frequency to use between the base and the handset. This technique gabe me crystal clear reception. It seems like one should loose all settings, but in my case this did not happen. I was impressed by how quickly Siemens helped me root cause and resolve this issue (far faster than returning/buying another phone!)

The only improvements I would make to this phone would be to add battery backup to the base. Other than that, I would give it my rare rating of "Almost Perfect"!

2-0 out of 5 stars Class action lawsuit worthy
My fiancee bought this for me a year and 1/2 ago for my home office. Too bad we invested a few hundred dollars in extra handsets with most of them sounding underwater.

How depressing!

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Product
I have purchased this product with three additional handsets. Currently, I have one handset left, and the base/handset left. The handset that I keep on the base does not show incoming calls anymore. This all happened within two years. The other handsets just died. They would not hold a charge, even with new batteries. They would get hot, and just die. It's a shame, because when these phones worked, I enjoyed the fetures very much. For the price I paid, it should have lasted longer than that. In fairness, the answering machine works well, but what good is it without the handsets? Also, when I'm on the remaining handsets, it sounds like I'm calling from a chopper. Popping, and cracking.

I would really hope that no one wastes their money on this product. Siemens just shouldn't be in this market.

2-0 out of 5 stars Keep the headset, throw away the base
If you haven't noticed this phone as a whole [...stinks], however the headset is good and works well with the working base stations. So get this one, and chunk the base, and you have a cheap replacement head set. Oh be sure to replace the NiCd batteries with NiMH ones. The same headset alone costs $149, this is the same one but only cost $49.99. ... Read more


107. Speedstream 2005 5PORT 10BT Enet Hub
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00007FHAJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 57724
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108. Siemens 2410 Gigaset 2.4 GHz White Cordless System with Caller ID
list price: $99.88
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Asin: B00004R7OR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 29019
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Siemens Gigaset 2410 2.4 GHz cordless phone is an expandable cordless system for active households or home offices. It provides 2.4 GHz technology for clear sound without static or interference from other cordless phones operating at crowded lower frequencies. It also offers digital spread spectrum technology for security against eavesdropping and provides access to a wide range of convenience features.

Because the Siemens Gigaset 2410 2.4 GHz cordless phone is expandable, only the base needs to be connected to a jack. You can plug a total of four handset chargers into standard power outlets, and you can operate all four handsets simultaneously without doing additional wiring. For example, while you and another user talk to a third party on an outside line, two other users can talk to each other through the intercom feature on their handsets. You can customize each handset with its own ring tones, personalized directory, and extension name and number.

The Siemens Gigaset 2410 includes a three-line backlit graphical display that provides caller ID/call waiting information and easy access to a call log and all other system features. The handset design includes headset jacks for hands-free use and internal antennas to protect them against damage. This phone comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum operation (base and handset)
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 50-call history; 120-entry call directory
  • Expandable to 4 handsets
  • Call transfer, conferencing, intercom, and room monitor
  • Volume and ringer tone control

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good phone - kills batteries
I've owned this phone for a couple of years and everything works fine except it recharges batteries at a very high charging current which basically kills batteries in short order. Even using the recommended high charge rate Panasonics, they generally only last a six months before being able to sustain a charge

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice Styling, Poor Sound, Poor Recharging Circuitry
The most expensive and the most disappointing of a long line of cordless phones I've owned and operated in Manhattan, including an analog model from Sony and digital models from AT&T and Panasonic.

High marks on looks, but this model has very poor sound quality -- comparable to last-generation walkie-talkies. (I can't count the number of times callers have asked if they'd reached me on my cell phone!) I also found the interface less than intuitive, requiring *three* button clicks to simply redial a number. I should also note that from day one I've experienced extrememly inconsistent recharging cycles.

Perhaps rural or suburban dwellers will experience better sound quality, but I counsel city folk to stay away from this unit.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, nice sound, but poor durability
I loved the styling and sound of the Gigaset but after just a week or two the display on the unit stopped working. The rechargeable battery wouldn't charge some of the time either. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this unit. If you feel the need to buy it though, hang on to the receipt and box and don't be surprised if you find yourself returning it shortly after.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great new entry from Siemens
I tried out a Siemens cordless for the first time while on a trip to Europe last year. I was impressed by the quality of the phone, and so I purchased a Siemens cordless here when i needed a new phone and found out that they were sold in the states. I have been thoroughly impressed with this phone since i purchased it. It is light and compact, yet still easily cradeled. Additionally, the Caller ID database is very helpful. My only wish is that the keypad were lighted. Excellent sound quality, battery life, and ergonomics. I highly recommend this phone. i will be purchasing the additional handsets in the near future-a great feature. ... Read more


109. SIEMENS 4000B Additional Handset in Black and Silver for 4010B and 4015B (SIEMENS 4000B)

Asin: B00009QOOL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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110. Siemens DUAL-LINE FILTER KIT NON-T1E1 ( 925-0003-001 )

Asin: B0000799QF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
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111. Siemens 4010 Gigaset 2.4 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone (White)
list price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005NZAU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 23972
Average Customer Review: 2.65 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Siemens's 4010 Gigaset, you can leave the house and still stay connected. By using the walkie-talkie function, you can contact anyone who has a handset within 1,000 feet outdoors. With long-ranging 2.4 GHz digital technology, the 4010 provides lightweight communication with a clear signal, plus the most in-demand features like caller ID and call waiting, all in an expandable unit.

The 4010 has a 30-number caller ID memory and 20 speed-dial presets both displayed on the large backlit LED screen. The slim handset, weighing just 5.6 ounces and measuring 2-by-6.5-by-1.5-inches, has volume control and last number redial. The compact base is headset compatible and multi-user expandable, and it has the essential page feature to help you find the handset wherever it was left. The long battery life provides 10 hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby, plus a low-battery indicator. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum transmission
  • Caller ID/call waiting, stores last 30 missed calls
  • 20 name and number speed dialer directory
  • Backlit 3-line display on handset
  • Base supports up to 4 handsets

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good system for the money...
Packed with a lot of basic and practical features, the Siemens 4010 gigaset phone system solves the problem of having too many different phones around the house. This was my problem for quite sometime before I got this product but the first network-able phone systems where expensive. Luckily, there now quite a few models and brands to choose from their respective prices have gone down considerably.

The 4010 has great sound quality and so far, attracts little or no static at all in most call situations. The handset is nicely designed and comfortable to hold and ergonomically works when held up to your ear. It has good weight and possesses a footprint very similar to a cell phone. I particularly like this unlike the bulkier handsets that are available today.

Being able to add additional handsets to one base unit as well as having an easy to read, backlit LCD screen are some of the 4010's major strengths. If you are one who is used to programming a cell phone, the 4010 is quite easy to program.

It's menus, despite being unconventional and odd in it's interface, can be adapted to quite quickly with some help from the set-up manual.

My main complaints on this phone, which are minor in my opinion, are the lack of any weight or bulk to the base unit, which causes it to slide around when you try to replace the handset . The docking station on the unit itself is oddly angled, and the two docking prongs make it hard to line up the handset and the base unit sometimes.

My other complaint is the odd clicking noise the keypad makes which drives me nuts. (it makes the phone sound like a fisher price kiddie toy) Luckily, this sound can be turned down low enough not get on your nerves.

Other than that, The 4010 is a great system that performs the basic tasks you can ask for in a phone. Available caller id and one touch dialing along with ample storage capacity for names and phone numbers make the 4010 a reliable communication system for the home.

2-0 out of 5 stars previous generation was better
i bought this phone after trying the siemens dot-com phone (2000 series previous generation) and thought this would be even better. unfortunately it seems as if siemens cut a lot of corners in making this phone. first, the buttons are not firm enough. they are large enough but you have to push almost exactly in the center of each button for it to register. very annoying... makes a lot of mistakes if you're one of those quick dialers. the older models had firmer buttons. the other major thing wrong is the cheap lcd display. instead of dotmatrix like the older models, it displays characters with lines the way those $5 calculators do. and you have to hold the phone at the right angle or it will be too dim. the phone is also packed with features but accessing them is very tedious. simple things like adjusting the volume requires several keypresses. probably saves money by using software. on the plus side, the sound is excellent. better than some more expensive phones. haven't used the handsfree yet but it's nice to have the option. the range was good to about 120 ft outdoors. after that it starts making click sounds. i haven't gone farther than that yet. one other plus was that it comes with rechargable AA nicad batts so replacing them should be cheap and easy.

i'm most likely gonna keep the phone. the sound quality is excellent and i think i can live w/ the negatives. i don't want to bother with shipping back to amazon. if you just want straight up sound quality, then this is a decent choice. the last gen siemens are probably a better choice and they cost about the same as these.

1-0 out of 5 stars The worst phone ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I really hate this phone. I've bought the basic $19.99 GE special (in black or white)in the past and those phones, sad to say, are much better than this one. This phone is nearly impossible to program. It is awkwardly shaped and slippery so I am constantly dropping it. You have to monitor the battery constantly because the thing always dies in mid-conversation. It also cuts out -- just goes dead sometimes - for no apparent reason. It also makes an awful chirping sound when returned to the cradle or when it rings. The keys are SO sensitive that it is nearly impossible to even enter numbers or letters. Alas, it seems like my spotted history with this device might be over. It died on me today after a year of ownership. I replaced the batteries. The thing is still dead.

1-0 out of 5 stars DONT BUY THIS PHONE
EVENTHOUGH THEY HAVE A HELPFUL TECHNICAL AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT DEPARTMENT IN SIEMENS, THIS PHONE IS WORTHLESS FROM A TO Z. I HAD TO CHANGE MINE TWICE IN A VERY SHORT TIME. NOW, MY THIRD PHONE IS MALFUNCTIONING. THIS PHONE IS NOT WORTH IT. DON'T SPEND YOUR MONEY ON THIS.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst phone I have ever owned
This phone is so poorly designed that I have nothing positive to say about it except that it is small. It rings very annoyingly and chirps loudly for no reason when you do something like simply hanging it up - try hanging up the phone while someone is sleeping in the next room, and you'll have problems. It has an incomprehensible menu, and the handset goes dead when it runs out of battery charge without any warning. That's the only time it DOESN'T make any noise. It runs out of batteries very quickly, so this happens often. You won't see all of these irritating features until you actually get your hands on this phone after purchase, so don't waste your time or money. ... Read more


112. 8PORT 10/100 Enet Switch
list price: $69.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00007FHAN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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113. Siemens 5360 ADSL Bridge

Asin: B00006HW7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
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114. Siemens SE 5954 SHDSL Gateway ( 120-5954-003 )

Asin: B00008W98Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
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115. Siemens 24PORT 10/100BTX MASW-TX ENET ( 936-3520-001 )

Asin: B00008ELKY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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116. Siemens SpeedStream 11Mbps Wireless Cable/DSL Router and PCMCIA Adapter Bundle ( BNDLESS2623 )

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Asin: B0000631YJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 40163
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wireless router/3-port switch
  • Built-in firewall & print server
  • 11Mbps wireless PCMCIA card

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars Works once the BIOS is upgraded
Initially, this appears to be an interesting device: four port hub, a networked printer port, wireless access and firewall/router. It could theoretically substitute for my three separate Linksys devices.

I've been using the Siemens/Efficient Networks SpeedStream 2623 for approximately a year with an Intel Anypoint wireless card. The results are somewhat mixed:

Prior to the most recent flash BIOS update, wireless connections the router would frequently and randomly lock up. This was not a factor of distance, and resetting the computer/wireless card would not always fix the problem. I have not had these problems since the most recent flash.

My experience with technical support isn't very positive, but seems relatively typical of the industry. They clearly go by a checklist and endeavor to trying to find point blame it on some other component of the network. Ultimately I was able to find an obscure technical note on their web site that described the same problem.

I could never get the printing functionality to work from Windows 2000. (9x wasn't a problem, however.) I stopped trying when I realized my particular printer model (HP970) has both serial and USB connectors which I connect into each machine.

Range varies -- usually I can work on the front or back porch, or anywhere within the house EXCEPT the kitchen -- a running microwave will kill the connection. Speed definitely drops off with distances or obstacles. With medium/40-bit encryption enabled, 25' and three walls away, I get about 140kbps.

Although I'm happy now, it shouldn't take nine months to work the bugs out of the system. I don't have comparables to ascertain how much wireless networking is overhyped, but feel this sort of box should be relatively easy for a moderately technical user to set up.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy Setup, decent range, no detachable antenna
Great product. Easy, web based setup.
The range is decent, but i wish this unit had detachable/replaceable antennas so i could add a high gain antenna to the unit.

2-0 out of 5 stars Un-Expected Result!
I just buy that product, as I thought siemens have name in the Broadband technology, but after installing it, i get very unexpected result. I used netgear wireless card, install it very easily, but after working sometime, it stop responding. first I thought that there is problem in network card, i remove the drivers re-install it, reboot my laptop, but didnt work, i place my laptop adjacent to the siemens AP but no use. Then i reboot the AP and wow, its worked, but after some time ,it again stop responnding. the next thing i did i return it back, now looking for something else!

4-0 out of 5 stars Siemens Wireless DSL/Cable Router (SS2623)
I bought this cable router along with a Siemens wireless PCMCIA card to network my PC and laptop. I was quite impressed with this product for its ease of installation. The strength of the wireless signal is quite good and reliable. Initially, I ran into setup problems because the encription on the router and the wireless card were different. The printed instructions that come with the package are insufficient but the instructions included in the CD are very detailed. Another excellent feature of this router is that it allows you to add a printer to the network. The setup is actually quite simple and the printer can be shared and accessed wirelessly from the laptop.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T DO IT!
Setup was simple. Range was good. That's where it ends.

I bought this thing because CNET gave it their prestigious "Editor's Choice" award. I'll never make that mistake again. Go ahead and read personal reviews there after this and you will see that I'm not alone.

DO NOT BUY THIS ROUTER.

It kept randomly dropping the connection, requiring a reboot to get it working again. It gets really old rebooting the router 5 times per day, trust me.

Tech support will blame everything except the router. Don't bother calling them.

This is a very common problem with this router. The guys at COMP USA said that they have had a lot of them returned for the same reason.

Don't waste any more time. Go buy the Netgear wireless router, and cards for that matter (especially if you're running Win XP). My system is working flawlessly now. I couldn't be happier. ... Read more


117. Siemens 5851 SDSL Router ( 120-5851-044 )

Asin: B000095IXR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens Icp
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118. Siemens Gigaset 4015 2.4 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone (White)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005MIU0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 19850
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Siemens's 4015 Gigaset, you'll enjoy the convenience of both a cordless telephone and a digital answering system, so you can leave the house and still stay connected. The system collects your messages and tracks callers with caller ID. Expandable to four handsets (one included, up to three optional), the 4015 also lets you communicate walkie-talkie style with other family members or office colleagues up to 1,000 feet away under ideal conditions.

With long-ranging 2.4 GHz digital technology, the 4015 provides lightweight communication and clear sound. A 30-number caller ID memory and 20 speed-dial presets are both displayed on the large, backlit LCD screen. The compact handset weighs just 5.6 ounces and measures 2 by 6.5 by 1.5 inches. It has volume control, call waiting, and last-number redial functions.

The integrated answering system provides 15 minutes of digital recording plus time/day stamp and a memo function. You can check your messages while away from home with remote retrieval. The compact base is headset compatible. A long-life battery is included, offering up to 10 hours of talk and 200 hours of standby.

What's in the Box
Base unit and cordless handset with integrated digital answering machine, two AA rechargeable Ni-Cad batteries, telephone cord, power supply unit, belt clip, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology
  • Expandable to 4 handsets
  • Integrated digital answering system
  • Caller ID/call waiting display on handset
  • Range of 150 feet indoors, 1,000 feet outdoors

Reviews (67)

5-0 out of 5 stars Siemens 4015 Gigaset - A great phone system!
I purchased the Siemens 4015 Gigaset for my parents to use in their home. My 71 yr. old mother programmed this phone simply by following the step-by-step process that is very clearly shown in the manual. To anyone with an average level of intuition, you can program this system without even using the manual.

Voice quality is excellent and there is no noticeable static when using the handset around the house. Outside of the house the phone begins to break up a little at about 150'.

The intercom feature is ideal for my parents because they can carry the handsets throughout the house (or outside in the yard) and always be able to call the other for assistance without having to yell for help. It's also nice to be able to use standard AA batteries in an emergency..

Having no controls for the answering machine at the base is no issue. It's no different than using voice mail from your phone company, and having message access from the couch is great in my opinion. There is a speaker in the base station too, and as long as you set the volume at maximum, it works fine. You can use the speaker to screen calls or to listen to messages.

This system is about $100 less than the Panasonic and every bit as good. I also looked at VTech, but for the same $$ I elected to go with Siemens for the quality of construction.

My only gripe is that I don't care for selection of melody-ringers that come with the phone. Only 1 of the 10 melodies is tolerable.

And, for the reviewer that complained that there is no paging for lost handsets, look at the bottom of the base station. There is a button there for exactly that purpose.

I love this phone system! Buy it with confidence.

4-0 out of 5 stars Siemens works for me
After seeing the mix of reviews on this product and the other brands of cordless phones/answering machines as well, I took the plunge and went for the 4015 and an extra handset.

The negative reviews sounded to me to be environmental problems. I do not live in a dense urban area, I do not have a home computer network and I do not run the microwave oven much. My phone does "click" when the microwave is running, but I have a few solutions to dealing with that: don't turn on the microwave when the phone is in use, don't turn on the phone when the microwave is in use, take the phone out of the kitchen if it is imperative that they both be used at once, or simply listen to the click for a few minutes. It's not that bad. For me.

Reception throughout the house has been wonderful and I can wander in the backyard with no loss of sound quality.

Cons: The ring tones are really stupid. I remember when phones actually had bells in them. Now it sounds like there are cell phones ringing throughout the house. The base has no provision to mount on the wall. Since there are no controls on the base, why clog up counter space? The handset menus are not great, but after four brands of cell phones, none of them were really great either. One other bad thing: the handset doesn't have a cord. My wife still wanders around the house with it and leaves it hidden.

Pros: It's a phone. It works - people can call me, I can call them, they can leave messages. I use it as a consumer product, not as a business tool. I don't have a huge house or a large estate so reception has not been a problem. The base is nice and small, much smaller than our previous analog answering machine. I like the feature of having all of the controls in the handset rather than on the base.

Other: I bought an additional handset and had a bugger of a time getting the handset to register to the 4015 base. I called Siemens customer care and they helped me out. The spare handset must be placed in the 4015 base once, not just it's own cradle (doh!)in order for it to be recognized.

2-0 out of 5 stars Too many problems, not enough support
I bought this phone because a colleague of mine had one, and I liked the idea of being able to listen to my messages on the answering machine privately without them being blared to one and all. So even though it was a fairly expensive telephone, I talked my husband into getting it for me one Christmas. After only a few months, though, the base failed to communicate with the handset. I was able to fix it myself following the trouble-shooting procedure in the user's manual, but after another couple of months the same problem occurred. This time I couldn't fix it myself, so I called Siemens customer support. They had me try some things, still to no avail. They then sent me a new phone. That one worked for another couple of months, and then the base stopped communicating with the handset...again. So I again called Customer Support, and this time they were not so helpful. I was on hold for a very long time, and then when I got through, the guy told me I had to follow a procedure, wait 15 minutes, and call him back. When I finally got through to them after the 15 minutes, it emerged that he had gone home and obviously had just told me to go through this rigmarole so he wouldn't have to help me any more. I would have preferred just being told that right up front instead of being on hold for upwards of half an hour! They never did figure out why I was having problems, and because I was now past the original warranty period they informed me I would have to buy another phone.

So I gave up in disgust and bought an AT&T model for half the money that is much easier to use and works perfectly. And guess what? I found out after using the Siemens model that I don't even LIKE the feature of listening to messages through the handset! It turns out to be more convenient to have both hands free for writing, putting away groceries, etc. while listening to messages than having to hang onto a handset. Oh well. Live and learn.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not all it's supposed to be
I've had this phone now for over 2 years and haven't felt it was the best investment. Like many consumers I like the convenience of a cordless hand-held phone, however like some of the previous reviews, it isn't comfortable to hold between your head and shoulder... in fact, it's almost down-right impossible! The battery life is frequently short and will cut you off right in the middle of a call. If you are in the middle of a call while the phone is in the cradle a slight move will sometimes end the call prematurely. The headset is awkward and uncomfortable and the sound quality on both ends of the call is sometimes awful. I've heard static almost consistantly on the headset. The buttons are somewhat hard to use since they seem to work then not work sporadically and have a delay between pushing the number and actually dialing. I really dislike the ringing tones - like an annoying cell phone from the early 90s. And the volume is also lacking in choices, there just aren't enough settings to get the volume loud enough on the headset. If I could, I would replace this phone with a Bang & Olufson.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer beware - Siemens doesn't care
13 months after buying a 4015, the base station quit communicating with the handset. Called Siemens "customer care" line. Was informed there is no service available after the warranty period is over. Their advice "check eBay and see if someone has a used base station for sale, or buy another 4000 series and I would then have two handsets." Yeah right.... 13 months after that I guess they give the same advice? Then I would have 3 handsets with only $450 invested. STAY AWAY FROM SIEMENS !!!! ... Read more


119. Expansion module - 8 ports - plug-in module

Asin: B0009MIPA6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Siemens
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Product Description

Innovation needs Reliability. Take advantage of Siemens competent knowledge of all telecommunication aspects. HiPath 3500 incorporates all of Siemens long-standing knowledge of PBX development. Siemens offers a wide range of add-on devices to be directly connected to optiset E telephones. ... Read more


120. Fujitsu Siemens - Handheld stylus - (pack of 3 )

Asin: B00006LSUF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fujitsu Siemens Computers
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Product Description

Fujitsu Siemens Computers brings advanced technology, quality, creativity and reliability. Fujitsu Siemens Computers is known through the whole world as a company that makes new technologies and innovations available to its customers. Select only genuine Fujitsu Siemens supplies, options, and accessories to protect your investment and to ensure continued performance of your equipment.The company offers its Stylus Pen (3pcs) plus Card Slot Cover. ... Read more


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