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    1. Panasonic KX-TG2730S 2.4 GHz DSS
    $109.99 list($199.99)
    2. Motorola MD681 5.8 GHz Digital
    Too low to display $327.95 list($429.99)
    3. Fujifilm Finepix S5100 4MP Digital
    $99.99 $99.97 list($179.99)
    4. Motorola MD671 5.8 GHz Digital
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    5. Uniden TRU8885-2 5.8 GHz Digital
    6. Angelcare Movement Sensor with
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    7. Uniden TRU8866 5.8 GHz Digital
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    8. Panasonic KX-TG5433M 5.8 GHz DSS
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    9. Panasonic KX-TG6502B 5.8 GHz DSS
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    10. Plantronics CS50/HL10 BUNDLE (
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    11. Uniden TCX860 Accessory Handset
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    12. VTech ip5850 5.8 GHz DSS Cordless
    $74.95 list($89.99)
    13. Panasonic KX-TGA510M 5.8GHz Accessory
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    14. Uniden TRU8865-2 5.8 GHz Digital
    Too low to display list($169.99)
    15. Uniden TRU8860-2 5.8 GHz Digital
    $143.99 list($179.99)
    16. AT&T E5965C 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable
    $299.95 Too low to display list($349.95)
    17. Fujifilm Finepix F440 4.1MP Digital
    $249.99 $247.79 list($349.99)
    18. Uniden CellLink ELBT595 5.8 GHz
    Too low to display $949.00 list($1,499.99)
    19. Mintek DTV-263 26" LCD TV/DVD
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    20. Panasonic KX-TGA520M Accessory

    1. Panasonic KX-TG2730S 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Answering System Speakerphone & Caller ID
    list price: $169.99
    our price: $107.69
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000068CNH
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 6385
    Average Customer Review: 2.69 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    So you can have a phone in every room in the house, Panasonic's KX-TG2730 expands to offer up to eight separate handsets. Each one can act as an intercom to that room, allowing you to know what's happening even when you're at the other end of the house.

    Four-line LCD panels display the name and number of callers (with subscription to Caller ID service) and provide access to a 50-number phone directory that supplies one-touch dialing. A 10-number speed dialer and convenient speakerphone are located on the base, as is a fully digital answering system that provides up to 15 minutes of message time, each with a time and date stamp.

    Choose from six programmable ringer tones and take advantage of the system's toll saver feature, which allows you to check messages away from home without accruing unnecessary long distance charges.

    Panasonic provides a one-year warranty for parts and service. ... Read more


    • 2.4 GHz operation
    • Frequency hopping digital spread spectrum technology
    • Expandable to 8 handsets
    • Built-in digital answering system
    • Caller ID with call waiting

    Reviews (61)

    2-0 out of 5 stars It's not what I've expected...
    I bought this phone because of its features: Caller ID, answering machine and expandable. But sorry to say I agree with most of the reviews of this phone. When I'm talking on the phone the other side of the line couldn't hear me for half of the time. I use the phone the first when I call my mom who's oversea and she said 'Why are you talking to me on a cheap phone?' It's not fun using this phone when calling long distance when I'm paying for every single minute, not even fun when I paid $130 for the phone, not at all. After reading the reviews I do realised that the caller id always have 'incoming' call and yes it is slow to show the number that's calling. I'll sure to try the method a review pointout to improve the function of the caller id. I had not have any complaint about the battary life maybe because I don't talk too long a time. If I had read the reviews before buying the phone, I don't think I get this after all.

    2-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE, ITS A BUMMER !!!

    I replaced original battery with Energizer Nickel-Metal Hybride NiMH 1200mAh ER-P511. This battery will make this phone one incredible talking monster (3 to 4 hrs talk time, no memory effect). Make sure you are buying 1200mAh not cheaper 800mAh which is widely avaliable. 1200mAh one will cost you $25 and I found it only in best buy.

    I came across this site, because I am looking to replace the phones battery. I have been using this phone for about a year ( 11 months) to be exact, and I am very dissapointed with its battery performance. Although phone is rich in features, its battery life is terrible, terrible. From only 1 hour talk time when phone was new, it is now no more than 30min. My old phone 900Mhz analog Panasonic did not need to be charged for days, this phone takes 2 days to charge. I bought it for its digital answering system and 2.4Ghz range and good looks. My previous experience with this brand was very positive, it looks like a bad product design. This phone is a BUMMER !!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars I like this phone
    We bought this phone several months ago after 2 bum tries with other makes/models. This one provides flexibility with the expansion option and speaker phone system. Caller id is a little slow to respond but not a problem. The low rating on this product's reviews doesn't reflect the true worth of this phone, in my opinion. Obviously someone has chosen to sway the rating lower due to some deeper issue. My recommendation is to see for yourself. If you're looking for an expandable phone, buy this one from a reputable place and try it out for a few weeks. If you don't like it, return it within the store's return policy.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Junk Phone.....
    As stated by previous reviews this is a junk phone. My old Panasonic 900mhz was great and worked for years after being dropped a number of times.

    This phone has a horrible battery life and the individuals on the other end of the line constantly complain about you being hard to hear. I have tried everything and nothing short of shouting at the phone helps. DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!!!!!!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Phone For your Buck
    I have been using this phone for about 2 weeks now and I have to say that this phone is just about perfect. I have no idea why so many people have battery issues. The fact is that if your battery does not last, go out and buy energizer battery. Its NiMH (ER-P511) there is no memory and it lasts for 10hrs talk time. The only bad thing for me is that, there is no blinking light when you have missed calls. If you are thinking about buying this phone, do it, you will love it. Do not listen to the reviews. ... Read more

    2. Motorola MD681 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Answering System and Caller ID (Silver)
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $109.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CDELD
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Motorola
    Sales Rank: 71
    Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    The Motorola MD681 combines powerful 5.8 GHz digital technology with strong call features, an integrated answering system, and expandability to six compatible handsets, each offering caller ID and visual call waiting. Plus, the phone includes a digital answering system with three individual mailboxes.

    Both the handset and base unit offer full functionality, with full keypad, speakerphone, and backlit LCD on each. The base unit is desk or wall mountable and offers face-up handset charging, while the handset also offers convenient intercom features, three-way conferencing, VibraCall alert, and a low battery indicator. Additional call features include redial, flash, mute, and hold. The MD681 comes with everything you need to get started, and is backed by a one-year warranty.


    • 5.8 GHz Digital with Multi-Handset Capability
    • Caller ID with Visual Call Waiting on Base Station
    • Expandable up to 6 total handsets
    • 3-mail box digital answering machine on base
    • Selectable Ringtones
    • Redial, Flash, Hold and Mute Functionality
    • VibraCall alert

    What's in the Box
    MMD681 base, one handset, NiMH rechargeable battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, warranty information.

    See a detailed view of the phone's feature.
    ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 6 handsets
    • Digital answering system with 3 individual mailboxes
    • Caller ID with visual call waiting
    • Speakerphone capability from handset and base unit
    • Selective ring tones and VibraCall alert

    Reviews (32)

    4-0 out of 5 stars MD681, good looking, functional home office essential gadget
    Negatives first: Very poor Motorola tech. support... you gotta figure this device out on your own. Finding a back-up and/or replacement battery pack was a scavenger hunt to say the least, come on Motorola... get with the program and train your customer service rep's and techies to actually understand your products! FYI; Radio Shack has a battery, P/N #23-272 (2.4V/1400mAh NiMH) and it's widely available at most stores or on the web. Overall, I like this device (great speakerphones in the handsets) I have three remote handsets, scattered about my home and office). O.K., so the answering machine is disassociated with the base operating system and remote handsets... who cares anyway! Cool blue lights for evening usage and I like the "brick style" handsets... kind of muscular instead of the ever popular feminine styled crap that's out there from the competition! This phone is for hi-tech users only... not fuddies, lackeys and techno-idiots. Buy this phone system if you are using a WiFi 2.4GHZ network to avoid transmission interference. I purchased mine 01/08/04 at Circuit City in Indianapolis... they had more cordless phones on display (and in stock) than any other retailer in the metro area.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A very nice phone
    I've had this phone now for a week and have come to really like it - so much so, that I'm going to go out and get an additional handset for my home office to replace a corded speakerphone. The handset itself has a decent speakerphone built in and I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality.

    Others have mentioned that the sound quality of the answering machine is poor. In my opinion, it's every bit as good as any other answering machine I've ever owned. Others have also complained that the handset and base station don't share a phone book. There's a simple solution to work around this. When somebody calls you, you simply enter the Caller ID menu and then press save on the handset and the base station. It takes about 5 seconds. The same works if you call somebody. I dialed a number and the caller ID worked in reverse, showing me the name of the person who's number I just dialed. Menu > Caller ID > Save. Done. It's that easy. I wouldn't want to enter numbers by hand on each device, but this is such a simple way to do it, I don't know who would try anything else. Spend an afternoon calling your friends and you'll be done.

    The handset, while slim, fits comfortably in your hand. I was concerned about this, but it's not an issue. I've mounted the base station to a wall and while it sticks out a little bit farther off the wall than I'd like, it's less than others and after about 2 hours, it really doesn't bother me anymore.

    The menu system is nice and you can even adjust the contrast of the screens. My only gripe about the phone is the ring tones. Can't any phone mfr (cell, wired or wireless) make a phone that has a good old-fashioned ring to it anymore? I had to cycle through to the 6th ring tone before I found one that wasn't annoying. Oh - you might want to make sure to set the ring tone on the phone and the base station to be the same. Otherwise, when the handset is on the base station, the rings are out of sync and the two different tones are annoying. This and only getting one battery in the box are what keep me from giving it 5 stars.

    I would have no problems recommending this phone to anybody. I bought it direct at Circuit City so I could return it easier if necessary, but I'll be keeping it and ordering another handset.

    2-0 out of 5 stars dissapointed
    i bought this unit and was very pleased until i had a problem.<br /> my dog broke the power pack and motorola said i cant get a replacement part. i thought why cant i buy another power pack. motorola said they do not sell replacement parts so my phone is no good now.<br /> i bought a uniden cheaper and it actually sounds better then the motorola. it was 1/3 the price

    1-0 out of 5 stars Motorola needs help with this one!!
    We purchased this phone a year ago from Target and have had problems since the beginning with it cutting in and out during conversations. We can be sitting in the same spot, near the base and it always happens if we are on the phone for more than a few minutes. We have addressed the problem with Motorola, went through trouble shooting options with no success. They sent us a new phone (at our expense to ship the original phone back). Unfortunately this phone gives us the same problems!! Motorola blames our phone company...we live in a major metropolitan area with a large provider - it's not the case! I believe they were one of the first to come out with the 5.8Ghz phones and they need to improve their product as the competion is much more plentiful now. Rather than fight with the phone any longer.....I'm pitching it. MY RECOMMENDATION: DON'T BUY THIS PHONE - not worth the money!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars So much potential, but some annoying problems
    This is a great phone with some really annoying problems. I know it's been said before, I read all about how you can't sync the handset address books with the base. Now that I'm using this, what an incredible frustration! Motorola, pay attention: Add this easy feature as an option people can use to sync the handset with the base. This is a great phone, really nice reception, very clear, easy to use, nice backlighting, feels great, etc. But the lack of sync drives me nuts. Now that we own the base + 1 additional handset, my wife wants to upgrade the whole house. But I'm definitely not going to program the phone list 5 times. The other problem I've heard mentioned before is the quality of the answering machine. It does sound awful, it's way overcompressed on both the inbound and outbound messages. I also wish there was an "auto-redial" feature when the line is busy. Lots of cell phones have this now.

    If you don't get easily annoyed by small details, this is a wonderful phone, but for those people who really want to feel like they got their money's worth on this expensive of a phone, hope Mot fixes these problems for the MD682. ... Read more

    3. Fujifilm Finepix S5100 4MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Zoom
    list price: $429.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002AHQM8
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Fujifilm
    Sales Rank: 115
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    • 4-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 11-by-15-inch enlargements
    • 10x optical zoom; 3.6 digital zoom
    • Captures video clips with sound; 1.5-inch TFT LCD screen; PictBridge compatible
    • Store images on xD Picture Cards (16 MB xD card included)
    • Powered by 4 AA-size batteries (alkaline included; rechargeable Ni-MH recommended)

    4. Motorola MD671 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Caller ID
    list price: $179.99
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CDELC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Motorola
    Sales Rank: 326
    Average Customer Review: 4.54 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    The Motorola MD671 combines 5.8 GHz digital technology, a stylish silver design, plenty of functions, and even expandability to six handsets, making it perfect for busy households. With dual keypads, dual displays (full graphic), and dual speakerphone capability, the MD671 also offers the convenience of caller ID and visual call waiting, so you always know who's calling.

    The MD671 includes one handset to get you started; it houses a wealth of great features. Selectable ring tones help identify callers, while three-way conferencing and convenient intercom functionality help you stay connected. Additional handset features include redial, flash, mute, hold, and a built-in battery meter with audible and visual alert signals that let you know when power is running low. The MD671 comes with everything you need to get started and is backed by a one-year warranty.


    • Caller ID with visual call waiting
    • Full keypad in base
    • Redial, flash, hold, and mute functionality
    • 5.8 GHz digital signal, expandable to six total handsets

    What's in the Box
    MD671 base, handset, NiCD battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, warranty information

    See a detailed view of the phone's feature.
    ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 6 handsets
    • Caller ID with visual call waiting
    • Speakerphone capability from handset and base unit
    • Selective ring tones and VibraCall alert
    • Redial, flash, hold, and mute functions

    Reviews (24)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best is not always perfect
    We had a failure of the base unit for our Siemens Gigaset 4210 system, which made the whole system inoperative. Although this system is still under warranty and will be repaired, we never liked using it. Therefore, we decided to replace that system with a different one. We considered 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5.8 GHz cordless phones. We did not have any requirements for extraordinary range or wireless LAN compatibility. The choices were numerous, but our final selection of a new Motorola MD671 system resulted after a compromise of our requirements.

    Our needs seemed to be simple, but just try to satisfy them in a cordless phone or phone system. While researching our choices, we came across a review that stated "... if these features are available in a cell phone, why can't I have them in a cordless?" We strongly agree with this remark, and we feel that the manufacturers should get their cell and cordless design teams talking to each other to exchange some of the good feature ideas.

    Our requirements for multiple phones or a phone system:
    • Speed dial or memory dial
    • Long battery life
    • Ability to operate during a power failure
    • Phonebook sharing among the handsets and base (system phones only)
    • Clear, easy-to-read display
    • Good sound quality
    • Solid feel and comfortable to use
    • Speaker operation in all handsets
    • Voicemail notification (FSK light)
    • Caller ID

    We did not have requirements for other features, such as intercom, so other reviews may be helpful when considering those features. We also did not want to get into a phone or system with an answering machine.

    After using the Motorola MD671 system for a few days, I can provide some pros and cons, from our perspective. You can see that it is a mixed bag that did not meet all of our requirements.

    • Very simple to set up and use. The menu is limited and intuitive. It is the polar opposite of our former Siemens phones. What a joy to see Motorola keep it simple.
    • The buttons have a good spacing, although they are small and hard to read, and a nice rubbery feel.
    • 1400 mAh NiMH battery should have long life and does not need the discharge cycles that a NiCd battery does. It should have about 50% longer life than the Panasonic 850 mAh NiCd batteries.
    • The battery meter shows small increments of change, unlike the other phones that we tried. For example, our former Siemens handsets show remaining battery capacity in three discrete segments.
    • A spare battery pack can be inserted into the base unit to keep the phone system working during a power outage. Motorola estimates that the unit will operate for about 2-1/2 hours. No base-unit functions will operate on backup battery power, but the handsets will be fully functional. Note that handset batteries can be interchanged in the base unit for longer power-outage operation.
    • Sound quality seems indistinguishable from most corded phones.
    • Speakerphone operates great. It has clear sound, and it is full duplex, although you will not see that it is in the user's manual.
    • Display uses large characters, making it easier to read, possibly even without your glasses.
    • Handsets have a rubber edges, which provide a comfortable, "grippy" feel. The handsets feel great in the hand and on the ear, and they have a solid, well-balanced feel.
    • Simple volume switch located on the rubber edge of the handset.
    • Easy to mute while using the handset.
    • Voicemail light works great. Not only does the base unit flash, each handset flashes when there is a message waiting.
    • Small antenna looks good, never gets in the way, and is less of a temptation to our bird.

    • Each handset and the base operate independently. Therefore, when a missed call is registered on the display, it must be cleared from each handset and base to have a "clean slate" waiting for the next set of calls. Likewise, each CID register must be independently cleared. It would be more convenient to have an action at one unit affect the whole system.
    • Blue backlighting is a little difficult to read. Perhaps white or a light shade of green would be easier to see.
    • User's manual is too brief. It does not include some of the features of the phone, such as pressing a letter on the keypad to quickly go to the start of that section of the phonebook.
    • No phonebook sharing, which means that you need to key in phonebook entries into each of your handsets and the base individually. This feature could be good for families with multiple teenagers, who each want to have their own phonebook that cannot be changed by another handset.
    • No one- or two-number speed dial. This one I just can't understand, because cell phones and most other cordless phones have it. On this phone, you either need to scroll through the phonebook (you can use the shortcut described above) or sign up for speed dial from the phone company. We did the latter.
    • Handset does not stand up in a "normal speakerphone orientation." However, the belt clip and the battery cover keep the speaker off of a surface adequately to lay the phone down, buttons up. In this position, it will never fall over while using it.
    • Information is hard to find for this phone. For instance, the Motorola site compares their cordless phones, and they say that this model has speed dial (it doesn't) and does not have redial (it does).
    • If you like to cradle your handset on your shoulder, this phone may be too slim.

    Overall, we think that we found an excellent cordless system, but we will have to use it longer to really have an adequate experience base for comment. If this phone had shared phonebooks and speed dial, we would "be in cordless heaven."

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good phone for the money
    I was looking for a phone in the 5.8 GHz frequency band so as to reduce the interference with a home wireless LAN.
    After using the phone for a few days I can provide some pros and cons.

    > Long battery life...thanks to a 1400 mAh Nickel Metal Hydride battery. Compared to our 2.4 GHz PANASONIC with NiCd batteries this is a marked improvement in battery life. On standby the battery lasts 3-4 days.
    > Sound quality comparable to other cordless phones
    > Range: Works about 500 feet away from base
    > Simple setup
    > Ergonomic design
    > Spread spectrum technology. Makes eavesdropping harder
    > Handset speakerphone in addition to speakerphone on base
    > Choice of ringer tones

    > If another phone in the house is in use the speaker on the base blinks with this blue light. Motorola said it cannot be turned off. The LCD display message "Extension in use" is sufficient ...the blue light is really not required
    > Not a true 5.8 GHz phone. Motorola informed me that the handset to base uses 2.4 GHz but the base to handset uses the 5.8 GHz band
    > Separate Caller id. To delete the calls in your caller id list you have to delete them from the base and handset separately.
    > User manual is too short. Missing: Technical specifications, detailed explanations of some features

    All things considered this phone is a good buy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Close to landline quality
    Great phone with superior reception and voice quality. Stylish and more compact then the picture reflects. Large display on the base. My only complaint is that I have to clear the caller ID's for the handset and base independently. Would be nice if I could do both at the same time. Might be one of the pricier models, but worth it!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great phone!
    I like this phone a lot more than I expected. It was easy to set up and it's easy to use. This is probably my fiftieth cordless - okay, it's more like my tenth - I go through phones for some reason. It ranks at the top.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone, easy setup & expandability
    So far, the best cordless phone we've had. This phone has a nice, solid feel, uncluttered keypad, and the display is large, bright, and easy to read. We bought ours together with one expansion unit (MD61). Setup of the expansion phone was simple as well.

    Sound quality on both handsets is perfect throughout the noise, etc.

    My favorite feature is the speakerphone capability on the handsets. You can turn it on and off in the middle of a call, set it down on a table and continue your conversation hands-free, and it is especially handy when dialing into our phone company voicemail, or getting messages from work.

    If they had asked me, I would only offer these design improvements:

    1. It would be nice if the handsets could stand upright on their own when not in the cradle, so the display would be more visible if you had it sitting on a table;

    2. The wall mounting bracket causes the base unit to tilt upward too much when it's on the wall. This can make the display less visible from a distance or if we're sitting down at the dinner table. I fixed this minor issue by placing three wood shims behind the mounting bracket, to tilt the top of the unit forward so that it is somewhat more vertical.

    3. The handheld units are straight, and fairly slender which makes it difficult to hold the phone between your cheek and shoulder (i.e. hands-free). But if you need to use both hands to do something else while talking, you can just punch the speakerphone button and set the handheld down to continue talking. ... Read more

    5. Uniden TRU8885-2 5.8 GHz Digital Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Answering System
    list price: $199.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001F9KLY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: UNIDEN
    Sales Rank: 204
    Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    The TRU8885-2 from Uniden is a cordless phone with a built-in answering machine, caller ID compatibility, and expandability to 10 handsets. It comes with two handsets, one that recharges in the base unit and another that recharges in the included remote charging cradle. That latter requires only an AC outlet, so you don't have to worry about additional phone jacks.

    By utilizing the less cluttered 5.8 GHz frequency, the TRU8885-2 is able to offer a clearer, more intelligible signal than older phones operating on lower bands. Caller ID/call waiting compatible (requires subscription through your local phone company), the TRU8885-2 holds up to 200 numbers in its internal caller ID/phone directory (100 on the base, 100 on the handset), while the display-and-dial feature allows you to quickly scroll through the caller ID list and dial the displayed number with the touch of a button. Ten speed dial presets allow you to easily call the most frequently used outgoing numbers, and an alphabetical search feature provides an easy way to locate numbers stored in the internal memory.

    Handset and base speakerphones provide a hands-free communication method, while a direct link mode allows you to use the handsets as walkie-talkies. Four-way conferencing allows several phones to communicate with an outside call. An intercom function enables communication with other phones on the same system, and the call transfer feature lets you transfer calls from the base phone to the handset and vise versa.

    The all-digital answering machine has a 12-minute maximum record time and a four-minute maximum message length. A conversation record feature provides a quick and easy way to save important information such as directions, while full remote operation allows you to check your messages even when you are away from home. A page/handset locater feature makes finding a lost handset quick and painless. Handset and ringer controls let you adjust volume levels to your liking, while the redial button automatically calls the last three outgoing numbers. The TRU8885-2 also comes with a one-year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Base, two handsets, remote charging cradle, two battery packs, two AC adapters, one telephone line cord, two belt clips, user's manual, warranty information ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; handset and base speakerphones
    • Multi-user expandable to 10 handsets, 2 included
    • Digital answering machine, 12 minutes record time
    • Caller ID/call waiting compatible
    • 200 caller ID/phone directory memory locations

    Reviews (17)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone system. Fixed problems from prior versions
    I've been wanting to get a 5.8ghz phone system for a while, but all previous models seemed to always have some kind of major shortcoming. Seems Uniden recognized this and came out with a model to beat all previous ones.

    The 8885 and 8865 models are newer versions of their old 5860/85 lines. It has pretty much any feature you could want.

    Just to highlight some of the strong points:
    1. Nice phone design. Perfect size and not as ugly as the previous model.
    2. Perfect reception. Anywhere in our house the phone is crystal clear.
    3. Speakerphone in the base and from every handset.
    4. Intercom/Paging between phones
    5. 100 number phonebook (although it shares entries with callerid). You can keep separate phonebooks per phone, or download the phonebook from other phones.
    6. DirectLink mode, where you can use the handsets as walkie-talkies. Although in my opinion the phones are a tad too big to carry around with you everywhere, but it might be nice for specific situations. I haven't tested the range though.
    7. You can have the base + 2 handsets speaking on the line at the same time. The previous model was limited to 1 handset per conversation.
    8. Customizable ringtones - can assign a certain ringtone to a certain caller so you know who they are. Can only use the builtin tones though.
    9. Handsets have a plug to use with a headset for handsfree operation
    10. Can access the voicemail from any of the handsets, not just from the base.

    Those are just some of the major features, there's plenty of other little bells and whistles to configure the phone.

    My only 2 complaint is that incoming caller ID gets stored on every phone. There is no way to just delete it from all phones at once. You need to go to each phone individually to delete the callerid list. Fortunately there is a delete all option.

    One other potential complaint is that you can't set up separate mailboxes on the answering machine. I know some of the other brands let you do this. No biggee for me as I wouldn't use the feature anyways, but might be important to some.

    Those might just be nitpicks though. This system really exceeded my expectations and I give it the highest recommendation possible.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Solid construction, feature rich!
    After going through cheap cordless phones faster than a pair of sneakers, I decided to part with some extra money for the Uniden TRU-8885-2. I was floored by the features: big bright backlit displays, crystal-clear sound (both earpiece and speaker-phone), synchronized handsets (day of week/time, phonebooks, conferencing), sophisticated but easy to use menus, as well as access to the same features from all handset menus. However, a little extra money also gets you good, solid construction. Both handsets and base have solid buttons that are easy to push yet are rigid and don't feel like they could fall out or misfire. The handsets are compact and contoured for your hand. The internal antennas add to their aesthetics.

    During calls, features are easy to access with a single click, like volume up and down buttons, mute, and speaker-phone (if you need to put the phone down and continue the call). The selection of ring tones and tunes are actually pleasant and far less cheesy than the ones in my Nokia cell phone.

    Only drawbacks noticed so far could be some sporadic reception issues depending what kind of structures are between you and the base. I can get great reception in one distant room, but not another. This could be the case with any phone, and with the newer 5.8 GHz band (and shorter wavelengths), articles suggest there may be a very slight trade-off with reception for the extra security. Nevertheless, it appears that a little common sense and strategic placement of the base could work wonders for any reception problems. I've also noticed that the answering machine seems to be a little dodgy in detecting early hang-ups; they tend to result in the "please hang up and try your call again" messages. But if you limit your incoming messages to 1 minute (and not four) then this problem should be kept under control. I otherwise love the answering machine set-up and operation.

    This is a handsome, well-built, and feature-packed phone that, at least in homes and apartments less than "sprawling", should offer good reception and performance. Finally, the "true" 5.8 GHz receive/transmit was a must as I am a wireless network user.

    4-0 out of 5 stars no power failure issues for messages?
    I wrote to Uniden support asking about what happens to the messages if the power goes out. I also was curious if the direct link phone functionality was different than when talking to the base. You would think the range would have to be decent for walkie-talkie usage; the manual talks about using them while shopping for example. Also I did unplug my phone (very briefly) and saw that time reset but then it came back to the correct time soon afterwards. My outgoing message was also intact. So I'm not sure how that works... a capacitor or small battery? I guess the announcements/messages could be written to some type of memory that doesn't need power (like a CF card?)

    I would have to say though that the answering machine is a little hard to get used, especially when my old Siemens 4215 had such a nice interface (it said the caller id and time when listening remotely and showed caller id on the display when accessing through the handsets. It seems especially odd that the Uniden says the time of the call after you play the message rather than before! The Uniden voice is also a lot more "robot-like" than the old Siemens.

    Here was Uniden's reply:

    "The range of the phone will depend on your environment for both using the handset and also in direct link mode.

    With out any interference and a direct line from the base to the handset, the range is up to 6000ft. In direct link mode the range is line of sight between the handsets.

    If there is a power failure, the messages will be restored regardless of how long the power was out."

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good phone
    Went from a Panasonic 900 mhz to this phone mainly for the capability to expand to many rooms w/o having to wire new jacks. Others have a fine job in their reviews, so just want to comment on what other see as a flaw but I see as a positive which is the Caller ID delete functionality being independent on each phone and the base unit. Some have said all should be able to be deleted at once--a "universal" delete. We have three users on the phone line each with their own handset. The way it works now, each of us can determine for own handsets which ones to delete--if Uniden ever goes to the universal delete, I hope they give the option to let the "deleter" choose which handsets (or the base unit) to do the "univeral" delete.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Does this phone sound good???
    I bought this phone twice, AND returned it twice. I read so many glowing reviews I thought maybe my first Uniden was just defective.

    This phone does have great features, it's pretty, and kind of fun. BUT the range is beyond HORRIBLE! It's a joke. I live in a small house..if I go to the end of my home...all of 45 feet..this phone breaks up badly. I can't even use it in my basement directly below the base. What is the puropse of a cordless phone...if you can't walk more than 40 or so feet from the base?
    Also yes the receiver end does sound rather good. But just leave yourself a voice mail if you have voice mail at work etc. You'll find that this Uniden does not sound good to others. The speech transmit sound is very dark, and almost muffled. I had many complaints that I sounded as if I were on a bad cell phone. Also you will hear YOUR voice in the earpiece...which is good. But it sounds slightly buzzy and borderline distorted. It gets annoying after a while.

    Long story short I returned this phone twice...and have since picked up the Panasonic 5200 series...and it's just SO much better than these Unidens. I doubt I had TWO defective Unidens. By the way I'm NOT anti Uniden. THE best cordless I ever owned was a Uniden...which has since died... I say buy a's much better than these new Unidens... MUCH better!!! ... Read more

    6. Angelcare Movement Sensor with Sound Monitor

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    Asin: B0000E262S
    Catlog: Baby Product
    Manufacturer: Peter J. Listro Associates
    Sales Rank: 173
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (106)

    5-0 out of 5 stars I have used this monitor since October 2002 and still use it
    This is a great monitor!I used it for my first born son in October 2002 and had only 1 false alarm because he got in the corner of the crib!Then comes my second born son November 2003 and he used it up until he was a year old with the movement monitor and now I just use it for the audio part so I know if my boys are acting up in their room (yes they share a room) or if they get sick at night!I love this monitor and love the fact that it has battery backup so if the lights go out I still can monitor them!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Recovering SIDS mom LOVES this monitor!
    When we lost our 3 month old baby to SIDS two years ago, we were afraid to have another child.After viewing the reviews here, we decided to buy this Angelcare Movement Sensor with Sound Monitor and have another baby.
    Our new baby is now 3 months old and I have been able to sleep and feel much more relieved than I thought I would of been able to feel.This monitor takes away that jumping up and down that I have done since Hayden was born.Even when our baby does wake up and I pick him up to change him, I know the monitor is working because it will have repeated loud beeping to alarm baby if he has stoped moving/breathing.
    The monitor sound is clear too.I can actually HEAR my baby breathe while he sleeps.We have not had any interference what so ever.If we did, there is a second channel to avoid any interference.
    I can not say how important it is to have one of these monitors.SIDS is real and this is just one way that I know I can save my baby from it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Product
    I can not put into words the peace of mind this product has given me!!!The only way my son would sleep on his own was on his belly.I was so afraid of SIDS that for the 1st 7-8 weeks of his life he slept on me. A friend of mine (also a new mom) raved to me about this monitor.I decided to order one.My husband was a little concerned about the price but was ready for me to sleep in our bed again so he agreed to get it.Our son is now almost 9 months and we've never had a problem with the alarm going off b/c he scooted out of range. The monitor picks up sound so good that when we go to bed we turn the volume on low b/c the sound is so clear we could hear our son snoring! Don't take that as a bad thing either.I have brought the parent's unit into the laundry room with me with the dryer going while he naps with the volume on high and I can hear him stirring.

    This is a wonderful product.The only bad thing is that I had to buy 2 others before discovering it!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for preemies
    This monitor has worked very well for motion sensing but not great for sound due to the poor audio quality.However, we purchased a Sony BabyCall for the sound and now use both together.The motion sensor is AWESOME!I've never had a false alarm and it always goes off after 20 seconds on those occasions when I've forgotten to turn it off after removing her from the crib.I do have to agree with everything Graham wrote in his review about the design.That's why I didn't give it 5 stars.Even with the design flaws, it is well worth it for the peace of mind!

    5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite baby item....
    When I saw this monitor I had to have it.I work in the neonatal ICU and we send babies home on monitors all the time (those who are at risk for forgetting to breathe or for heart rate drops).This is essentially what this is - an apnea machine.What a peace of mind this monitor is.With my daughter I constantly ran in to check her all throughout the night (this was 9 years ago)...with my son (who's now almost 7 months) I can sleep peacefully.I have never had a false alarm and lately he's been waking up all over the bed.There have been times when I have forgotten to turn off the alarm when I've picked him up out of his crib...sure enough...20 seconds later, it alarms.A loud obnoxious noise - but it would wake me up out of a sound sleep, that's for sure.I also really like the actual monitor itself.It's very clear, I can hear every breath he takes.I'm really impressed with this monitor and I've recommended it to many moms-to-be and new moms. ... Read more

    7. Uniden TRU8866 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable 2-Line Cordless Speakerphone with Dual Keypads (Black)
    list price: $209.99
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    Asin: B0002EZUYK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Uniden
    Sales Rank: 2587
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    The Uniden TRU8866 cordless phone system offers an attractive bundle of features with room to grow. 5.8 GHz digital signal transmission offers increased call clarity and security while the impressive caller ID capabilities ensure that you'll never miss a call or lose an important number. Plus, a duplex speakerphone in the base and a standard speakerphone in the handset provide hands-free conversation options.

    Housed in a professional-looking, no-nonsense black case, the phone's memory is shared between the caller ID log and the programmable memory dialing--100 names and numbers in the handset, and 100 more in the base unit. You can locate numbers using a alphabetic search tool similar to that of a typical cell phone, and the most commonly dialed numbers can be assigned to 10 speed dial presets accessed on the base unit.

    The TRU8866 offers room to grow. It's expandable to 10 handsets (model #TCX860, one included). With additional handsets, you can transfer calls, transfer memory locations, and even use them as an intercom around the house or as a room monitoring system (baby monitor).

    Additional features include conferencing, trilingual menu display options, distinctive ring tones, mute, hold, redial, and headset compatibility (headset sold separately). Even with additional handsets, the TRU8866 requires just one phone jack. Simply plug the base unit into a phone jack, and the additional handsets will configure themselves to "talk" directly with the base unit.

    What's in the Box
    TRU8866 (base unit and handset), phone line cord, AC power adapter, NiMH battery, battery cover, belt clip, user guide, warranty information ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 10 handsets, 1 included
    • Caller ID/call waiting, 100 shared caller ID and memory-dial locations
    • Call conferencing, room/baby monitoring; tri-lingual menu options
    • Supports 2 lines; dual keypads and displays; 10 speed dial presets
    • Base duplex speakerphone, handset speakerphone

    8. Panasonic KX-TG5433M 5.8 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Answering System and Three Handsets
    list price: $179.95
    our price: $171.99
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    Asin: B0007Q3QQM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 666
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Includes Panasonic KX-TG5433M Three-Handset Cordless Phone and Digital Answering System Charging bases for 2nd and 3rd handsets Phone cord Belt clip Batteries for each handset. ... Read more


    • 50-station phonebook shared among handsets
    • 3 handsets, 2 remote charger stands, downloadable ringtones
    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • Digital answering system on base unit
    • Supports caller ID/call waiting, 50-call memory

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Phone
    I spent quite a large amount of time researching cordless phones before deciding to purchase this unit.There have been many complaints about Panasonic's slightly older lines of 2.4 and 5.8 GHz phones.However, this phone appears to be of an entirely different desgin as evidenced by the slimmer handset form factor.I have had this phone for a few weeks and have not run into any performance issues.

    While the phone suffers from a few minor flaws such as having to pay to download ring tones on each handset and having handsets register missed calls when another handset is used to answer the phone, these types of issues are pretty much omnipresent in the current generation of multihandest/expandable handset phone systems.

    This product is not perfect but seems much more reliable and than many of the other top of the line phone systems out there.I highly reccomend this product!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love this phone!
    This is the third time I have bought a phone system with one base and multiple handsets, and this is the best one I have used so far.The reasons range from trivial (I like the sounds of the ring tones), to significant (you can use multiple handsets at once).

    The two most important features for me before purchase were:

    1) 5.8 Ghz spread spectrum.My old phone was a 2.4 Ghz, and it would occasionally interfere with my wireless computer network.It was very annoying.My moving to a phone that uses a different frequency range, the problem is completely avoided.

    2) The ability to use multiple handsets at the same time.Another phone I previously had would not let two handsets talk in the same conversation at the same time.This was just miserable.This phone lets you do this without any problems.

    After purchase, I found that it had some other amazing features:

    1) Each phone has a unique ID, and you can conference between the handsets.With the range this phone has, my wife and I now carry them around outside (we have a 3 acre yard) and use them to talk to each other.

    2) The phone has an AMAZING speakerphone capability on each handset!This was not on my radar at all, but it is really useful.

    3) When playing back messages it has recorded, it shows you the caller ID entry for the message.Really nice touch.

    4) While I don't know much about it yet, I can apparently keep the numbers in the phone's phonebook in sync with those stored in Outlook in my computer.I can also download new ringtones, but that's not so importent to me.More info on this is available at

    The ONLY annoying thing about this phone is that when you answer a call on one handset, the other two handsets register it as a 'missed call' in the caller ID list.I considered rating it 4 stars for this, but once you get used to it, the rest of the features more than make up for it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
    This phone has all the features anyone could possibly need. It's also relatively easy to figure out, since the interace is similar to your average cell phone's menu-style interface. One thing I was surprised by though, is if you pay to download a ringtone, you only get it on ONE of the handsets! You have to pay 3 times to put the same ring tone on all the handsets. I got burned by this, and it's why I'm giving it 4 stars.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the BEST
    Save your time, and your money...this is the phone you want. I have tried them all, and Panasonics last for years and never let us down.We use this system on our Voip, Packet 8 service and it works perfectly.It is so loaded with handy and useful features, that we are spoiled by it.We rush to answer the phone as this is such a pleasure to use.Panasonic really outdid themselves with the 5433, we just love it.You enter all your phone numbers in one handset and it will copy them over to the other two handsets for at a time or all at once, truly a neat feature. You set the time on one set, any one you like, and the other two handsets pick it up automatically.Did I mention we are happy? ... Read more

    9. Panasonic KX-TG6502B 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable 2-Line Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets (Black)
    list price: $259.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0002VMDJ8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 299
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    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • Expandable to 4 handsets, 2 included, with integrated speakerphones
    • 60-minute integrated digital answering system; 4 ring tones
    • Caller ID/wall waiting with 50-call memory
    • Supports 2 lines; flash, redial, hold functions

    10. Plantronics CS50/HL10 BUNDLE ( 66664-01 )

    our price: $254.99
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    Asin: B0002DODXA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
    Sales Rank: 7797
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    11. Uniden TCX860 Accessory Handset for Black TRU8800-Series Expandable Phone Systems (Black)
    list price: $89.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0002EZPE0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Uniden
    Sales Rank: 772
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    The Uniden TCX860 is a supplemental handset for use with Uniden's TRU8800-series expandable phone systems, particularly the TRU8866 because of its solid black color. (Most models in the TRU8800-series are black and silver rather than solid black. The black and silver supplemental handset is Uniden model TCX800.) It supports the same handset features found on your existing TRU8800-series system and operates on the same 5.8 GHz digital signal for clear calls and increased security.

    The TCX860 does not require a phone jack for operation. It automatically configures itself to "talk" directly with your phone system's base unit. Each system offers a different specification on expandability and features, so be sure to check your system to see how many handsets you should order.

    Handset features include caller ID/call waiting, speakerphone, conferencing, call transfer between handsets, four-line backlit LCD, tri-lingual display options, illuminated keypad, walkie-talkie capability, room monitoring, and distinctive ring tones.

    What's in the Box
    One TCX860 handset and charging cradle, AC power adapter, NiMH battery pack, belt clip, instruction sheet

    Note: This is not a stand-alone phone. It requires a compatible base system to function. ... Read more


    • For use with Uniden TRU8800-series phone systems, especially the black TRU8866
    • 100 caller ID and memory-dial locations
    • Speakerphone and conferencing capability, call transfer
    • Room/baby monitoring, walkie-talkie function
    • Tri-lingual display; headset compatible, belt clip

    12. VTech ip5850 5.8 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Digital Answering System
    list price: $119.99
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    Asin: B0001LQG9C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: VTech
    Sales Rank: 737
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    The 5.8 GHz VTech ip5850 dual handset system offers a wealth of telephony features: three-mailbox answering system, caller ID, speakerphone, intercom, 50-location phonebook, mute, volume control, page feature, and much more. With 5.8 GHz phone technology, you get ideal performance when it comes to clarity, range, and security. You're also on a much less trafficked area of the bandwidth than either the 2.4 GHz or 900 MHz frequencies.

    The 5.8 GHz VTech ip5850 dual handset system offers a wealth of telephony features: three-mailbox answering system, caller ID, speakerphone, intercom, 50-location phonebook, mute, volume control, page feature, and much more. With 5.8 GHz phone technology, you get ideal performance when it comes to clarity, range, and security. You're also on a much less trafficked area of the bandwidth than either the 2.4 GHz or 900 MHz frequencies.

    You can store up to 50 numbers with names in memory, and the handsets share a common phonebook, which is stored in the base unit. The ip5850 handset is equipped with a 2.5 mm headset jack for use with an optional accessory headset for hands-free operation. The handy handset speakerphone feature allows you to have hands-free conversations, without a headset, while the intercom feature enables two household members to speak when in different rooms of your home. Have a private side conversation while on a call with someone else using the mute feature.

    What's in the Box
    Two handsets, base unit, handset charger with AC adapter, AC adapter for base unit, base unit wall mounting bracket, charger wall mounting bracket, two belt clips, telephone cord, six NiMH rechargeable AA batteries, printed user manual

    ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • Second handset with remote charger stand; base speakerphone
    • Integrated digital answering system with 3 mailboxes
    • Caller ID with call waiting capability, 50-call history
    • 50-name-and-number phone book; handset-to-handset transfer

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best phone I have ever had.
    I bought this phone a week ago and it's is the easiest phone to use. The clarity of the phone is the best. You can hear the the person on the other line perfectly. I have no complaints about this phone. It is worth every penney!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Seems quality, but reverb in handset
    Seems like a decent phone, no problems with static, works great outside....but at least one of the handsets has reverb when talking. For this reason, I'll probably return for another of the same or something different.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A tremendous value.
    I have owned VTech phone systems from the first generation cordless up until this model, which replaced my 2.4 GHz system. This model is ideal for a single person or small family as it is not expandable, but you get two phone sets for a great price. The features are plentiful and easy to understand. I like the new rechargable batteries instead of the clunky cartridge in the older phones. Three mailboxes, 50 phone number storage (What's cool is you only punch in the numbers/names once and they are shared by both phones.), good sound quality, so I have no complaints yet. I didn't give this 5 stars because I don't know how it will stand the test of time. My 2.4 GHz system became a pain as it aged and the phone units discharged very quickly, even with new battery cartridges. Plus VTech did not say if you should let your phone units discharge off the charger or keep them sitting on the charger...a real dilemma because I wonder what is best for long battery life. But let's hope the new rechargable batteries do a better job...then I'll add the fifth star. ... Read more

    13. Panasonic KX-TGA510M 5.8GHz Accessory Handset for KX-TG5100M Series
    list price: $89.99
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    Asin: B0000950SD
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 597
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    An additional handset for Panasonic's KX-TG5100M 5.8 GHz phone system (required, sold separately), the KX-TGA510M offers all the exceptional features you expect from a top quality accessory. The four-line backlit LCD displays up to 50 phonebook entries for speed dialing convenience and are ready for caller ID with call waiting service from your local phone company. With this service, the names and numbers of the 50 most recent callers will be displayed, along with the time and date of the call.

    A built-in belt clip and headset jack provide comfortable hands-free operating options, and you'll have full operational access to your phone's answering system. The mute button provides far more security than simply placing your hand over the speaker, while the privacy button allows you to provide or prevent other handsets from participating in the call. Panasonic includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

    What's in the Box
    Handset, battery, base, AC adapter for base, belt clip, warranty, and operating instructions ... Read more


    • For use with KX-TG5100M and KX-TG5110M expandable cordless phone systems
    • 5.8 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum signal
    • Supports caller ID with call waiting
    • 3-way conference capability
    • 4-line backlit LCD; speakerphone

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone, no problem at all
    I have one base system and 4 additional headset in different rooms. We had no problem at all with the system inside or outside of the house (single level). That covers around 20,000 sq ft area. Caller ID works great. Answering system is OK (we only use one in-box and didn't even bother with recording our own outgoing message). No problem with 802.11b/g wireless computer network. Works with filtered DSL telephone line. Handset substained multiple drops by the kids and myself on hardwood floor.

    Some minor things that I think can be better:
    - make the handset lighter
    - have a clock on the handset
    - have a mode that distribute the phone list to all the handset automatically. Right now I need to add a new number, then manually send the new phone list to each remote handset one at a time.
    - have more colorful handsets

    5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive phone
    I agree with all the positive reviews. My wireless network is unaffected by these phones and having a speaker-phone built into the handsets just floored me. The only gotcha which I haven't seen mentioned is the way numbers are stored in the phones. The maximum number of digits is 32 which isn't enough when using my calling card. You can't use multiple memory locations to store everything either since once the phone is dialed the phonebook isn't accessible. It's a nit but an annoying one on an otherwise fine phone.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Answer to question in previous review
    In general, I have found that whatever you can do from the base phone you can do at the handset also, including erasing all caller id at once, rather than one by one. This particular issue on how to erase either one or all the caller id's is on page 33 of the manual. The manual can be found on's web page for either of the base phones that are required for this handset.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy as pie.
    First of all, this handset will not work alone. You must have the base unit, either the Panasonic KX-TG5100M or Panasonic KX-TG5110M 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone. I have reviewed that phone elsewhere. This review is for this handset. We purchased this particular handset to go with the Panasonic KX-TG5110M. I knew that this handset had to be "registered" with the base phone. I thought that it would be complicated or that I would have to dig out the manual, whatever. Not at all. We charged the new handset. The instructions appeared in the LCD screen of the new handset, saying exactly how to register the handset. We followed the very simple instructions, it worked, and we were ready to go. We put the new handset in the basement. I was very happy with the whole deal, including the great price. Highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great phones that work all around house.
    I have tried every cordless phones with my last batch (Siemens) being thrown away.

    Great sound
    Great range, basement, front and back yard, no singal loss
    Easy setup, just plug in, generally I have had problems with this.

    Heavier than normal, but great battery life
    No clock on the LCD?, They get an F on this one
    Have to delete each caller ID one-by-one, haven't read the manual might be an easier way.

    Overall, this is probably my favorite phone ever.

    I own one base unit with four cordless units. ... Read more

    14. Uniden TRU8865-2 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Caller ID
    list price: $199.95
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0001F9KLO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Uniden
    Sales Rank: 356
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    The TRU8865-2 from Uniden is a 5.8 GHz phone system with plenty of features, including a second handset and charging cradle and the option to add even more. By utilizing the 5.8 GHz frequency with digital transmission, the TRU8865-2 is able to offer a clearer signal and greater distance than traditional phones operating on lower analog bands.

    Multi-user expandable, the TRU8865-2 supports up to 10 handsets on the same system, allowing you to place extra handsets wherever you need them. Caller ID and call waiting compatible, the base unit holds up to 100 caller ID/memory locations in its internal memory, while each handset stores up to 50 locations, so you can keep track of incoming calls and store the most important phone numbers for easy recall. Handsets can be used in DirectLink (walkie-talkie) mode to communicate with other handsets on the system, while a baby monitoring mode lets you hear what's going on at another handset location.

    Handset and ringer controls allow you to adjust volume levels to your liking, while an illuminated keypad makes dialing in poorly lit areas a snap. A page button makes finding a lost handset a breeze, and four-way conferencing lets you speak to multiple parties at once. Handset and base speakerphones allow you to communicate hands-free, while a call transfer function provides a way to route incoming calls to another handset.

    The base unit is wall-mountable for added convenience, and each handset is headset compatible and comes with a belt clip. The TRU8865-2 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Base and handset, extra handset and charging cradle, two belt clips, user's manual, two battery packs, two AC adapters, telephone line cord ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 10 handsets, 2 included
    • Direct-link walkie-talkie mode
    • 4-way conferencing, call transfer
    • Caller ID/call waiting, 100-call history
    • Handset and base speakerphones

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent feature-set
    As others have noted, this phone system has an amazingly useful set of features. I'm replacing a very expensive Siemens system that has served me well for nearly 10 years, and it's taken that long to find a suitable replacement (which had to be 5.8MHz to avoid interference with LANs and other 2.4GHz devices I need to use).

    One correction of a criticism in prior reviews -- One user noted that the numbers saved in Caller ID can't be dialed as saved. In fact, the phone will insert or remove the leading 1- for long-distance dialing just by pressing the "*/Tone/<" key, and it will insert or remove the area code by pressing the "#/>" key. This is handy, and it's too bad the annoyed reviewer didn't notice it in the manual (p. 53).

    Transferring ALL numbers in the phone directory from one unit to another (base or remote) is absolutely essential if you're using it as a home phone, and I was relieved to confirm that it does this.

    Unlike my excellent Siemens, the Uniden lets any remote perform call screening, so you can listen to incoming messages and pick up the call without sprinting (no pun intended) for the base unit.

    I have not yet tested the transmission range. Hopefully it's at least a few hundred feet... The higher radio frequency (5.8GHz) means it's a bit more directional (line of sight) than the older phones. In any case, it works very well within my house, with no evidence of powerline or other interference. The sound quality is much better than average.

    Having each handset operate as a small speakerphone is also a big plus, especially when reviewing voicemail.

    I'm delighted to have a small red LED on each handset to indicate when there are unread messages. With 5 handsets in my house, it's very useful to NOT have to connect to the base to check if there are new messages. You can disable this LED, or go a step further and have the handsets/base beep every 15 seconds as well. Another thoughtful voicemail feature -- if you try to delete all messages, it won't do so if any of them are still unread.

    The phone fully supports the new Call Waiting Deluxe features offered by some phone companies -- you get to choose what happens to an incoming call while you're on another call.

    Room monitoring is better than on the Siemans -- you can choose which handset (or base) does the monitoring, and which does the receiving. Monitoring and answer machine call screening can both be turned off if you don't want these features to be used.

    The ring tones include a very subdued "Soft Alert" tone, which is perfect for the bedroom. A good collection of tones and tunes is also provided.

    You can assign any ring tone to any number in the directory; this will be used as a distinctive ring whenever an assigned phone number (with caller ID) calls you.

    The display is bright

    1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT EVEN TRY THIS PICESE OF SH-T!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone!! Does not interfere with my Wireless AP
    I have had this phone for 2 weeks now glad we bought it. I have not had any problems with the phone regarding clarity, ease of use, or interference.

    The only complaint I have is that the custom ringer feature only works when you store the caller ID exactly as it appears when the person calls, which makes it difficult to recall later in the phone book.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Phone For Wireless Lan System
    I purchased the model with three handheld receivers and I am ready to buy more. The phone not only sounds great it sounds great to the person you are talking to. My computers 2.4 wireless LAN system was very sensitive to my other 2.4 GHz phone. It would cause no end to my network problems. When I purchased the Uniden 5.8 system, my problems stopped. The phone has excellent range and can be used like walkie-talkies to talk with your family or coworkers. Add to that the hundred number memories with answering machine and the best system ever is born. Another nice feature is that I know of no 5.8 GHz scanners that can listen to my calls.

    I can add up to ten handsets and the answering system base can be used to call from with the speakerphone option. That means you can have eleven phones in your house or office that need no wire except the base unit. I have an all-metal shop that the phone works perfect in. All in all the phone works a thousand percent better than the 2.4 GHz phone that was causing all the problems with my wireless network.

    The final note is this phone system is necessary buy if you want the best performance with any wireless system. I can give my highest recommendation to this phone system and my family and I are enjoying it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars One Gripe
    Great phone from the perspective of features and clarity, ergonomics. The only gripe is that the range is kind of pathetic. I had a 2.4GHz Panasonic before this one that beat its pants off for range. Might have something to do with the fact that it has no antenna on the phone or the base unit. Do these guys test their stuff? I thought 5.8 would actually have better range.

    One other idiotic aspect I just realized. When someone calls you, caller id shows their number, complete w/area code of course. If you try and just dial from the caller id list, the phone is too stupid to put the one in front. This is also a big nuisance when you go to store the numbers. ... Read more

    15. Uniden TRU8860-2 5.8 GHz Digital Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Caller ID (Black/Silver)
    list price: $169.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B000246Y2W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Uniden
    Sales Rank: 655
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    The Uniden TRU8860-2 cordless phone system offers an attractive bundle of features, with room to grow. With 5.8 GHz digital signal transmission for increased call clarity and security, it also stores up to 100 calls in its caller ID log, includes handset speakerphone and conferencing capabilities, and can be expanded to 10 handsets.

    The caller ID log shares space with a programmable memory and is accessed via the handset's three-line backlit LCD. It also features a thoughtful alphabetical search option (just like a cell phone), so you don't have to scroll from A-Z, and you can transfer stored numbers from one handset to another.

    Additional features include call transfer between handsets, distinctive ring tones, household intercom, and even remote room monitoring (baby monitor). The TRU8860-2 requires just one phone jack, no matter how many handsets you add. Simply plug the base unit into a phone jack, and the additional handsets will configure themselves to "talk" directly with the base unit.

    What's in the Box
    TRU8860-2 (base unit and handset plus additional handset and charging cradle), one phone line cord, two AC power adapters, two NiMH battery packs and covers, two belt clips, user guide, warranty information ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; handset speakerphones
    • Expandable to 10 handsets, 2 included
    • Caller ID/call waiting, 100-call history
    • 3-way conferencing, intercom, room monitoring
    • Handset and ringer volume controls

    16. AT&T E5965C 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone with Answering System
    list price: $179.99
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    Asin: B0001MR13G
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AT&T
    Sales Rank: 1936
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    • 5.8 GHz digital frequency-hopping spread spectrum signal
    • Expandable up to 8 handsets, 1 color-LCD model included
    • All-digital answering machine, 25 minutes of recording time
    • Handset and base speakerphones; caller ID/call waiting, 50-call log
    • 50-number phone directory; selectable ring tones

    17. Fujifilm Finepix F440 4.1MP Digital Camera with 3.4x Optical Zoom
    list price: $349.95
    our price: $299.95
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    Asin: B0002AHQLE
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Fujifilm
    Sales Rank: 400
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    • 4.1-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 12-by-15-inch enlargements
    • 3.4x optical zoom lens; 3.6x digital zoom; 2-inch micro-reflective LCD screen; PictBridge compatible
    • Thin metal body is just .8-inch thick; included PictureCradle makes image transfer and battery recharging easy
    • Store images on xD Picture Cards (16 MB xD card included)
    • Powered by NP-30 rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included with charger); compatible with USB 2.0

    18. Uniden CellLink ELBT595 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Flip Phone with Color LCD, Answering System, and Bluetooth Capability (Titanium)
    list price: $349.99
    our price: $249.99
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    Asin: B0007TIYES
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Uniden
    Sales Rank: 6637
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description



    • Recordable ringtones; full-color LCD on handset
    • Caller ID/call waiting; dual keypads, base and handset speakerphones
    • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable up to 10 handsets, 1 included
    • Digital answering machine, 15-minute maximum recording time
    • Bluetooth enabled for wireless headsets and compatible mobile handsets

    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this phone before touching and feeling it
    No doubt, this phone has lot of features. I was waiting for this phone to come since Feb. Its photos and all look very pretty. But, when I went to see this phone physically in a store, I was really repelled by the cheap quality material used. This phone really looks like a kid's toy and that too from some one dollar shop. Needs lot of improvements in the design, aesthetics and material.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Wait for the Next Version
    I was all hyped up about getting this phone and that feeling faded after only 24hrs of owning it. This phone represents a good try by Uniden, but I feel that it needs to go back for a version 2. First, for me, the ringers on this phone do not ring loud enough (with a few expectations)....Uniden does allow you to set the base station to ring, and it does ring loudly (too loudly at night) but that defeats the reason to have a cordless phone if you are attached to the base station all day. The LCD on the closed clamshell isn't very good. It is easier to read when the backlighting is off then when on. The hinge on my phone squeaked when opening and closing and the keys on the handset feel cheap, not what you should expect from at $250 phone. The software to program the phone is nice, easy to use, and made it really convenient to program in over 50 names and reminder dates, but it would have been nice if Uniden would have allowed you to download ringtones into the phone via the software and USB cable, rather then having to record it into the phone via a mic or a line setup. The color screen is nice and bright, but too small...its like 150 pixels X 150 pixels and the images you can download for your contacts become the size of a postage stamp CUT IN HALF!!Overall it is an average phone, not worth $250, maybe $160....all I know is mine is going back to the store for a refund. See you next time Uniden.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good concept... but falls short
    Just gotten this phone with an extra handset for only few days and so far, I've been somewhat pleased with the performance. The system has a wealth of features, yet relatively easy to setup & operate. The main highlight is the cell phone-like function & design with Bluetooth technology. The sound quality on both ends is loud and clear. My Motorola HS850 bluetooth headset links up without a hitch. However, its shortcomings are the buttons on the handset which feels too plastic, and the LCD on the front side of the handset is difficult to read, even more so when lit. A friend had commented that the handset's LCD screen is small and OS software looks primitive. He also added that the handset's plastic housing doesn't have a solid feel to it. By the way, when opening/closing the handset, the hinge squeaks. For that price, one expects higher quality materials used and have good, solid construction. Also a concern is the battery charge/life. So far, I noticed that a charge yields about the same as your typical cell phone, lasting 3 to 4 days - relatively short for a cordless phone. All said, I have until the end of the month to put it thru a thorough test before having the option of returning it.

    UPDATE - Had the phone for a week now... and it's going back to the store. Guess it didn't make it to the end of the month. Too expensive of a phone system that has too many shortcomings. I'll hold off for a 2nd generation. This should have been be a 2-star rating (maybe 3-star), but definitely not a 5-star.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Cordless + Wireles - best innovative Cordless Phone To-Date
    Since I rarely make calls from my home phone, I got rid of my land line and my Panasonic 2.4Ghz expandable phone system (total 5 handsets). To simplify my life even further, I am using my Cell phone as my home phone. With all the free weekend and nights minutes, I really don't need any land line phone.

    However, there are times when someone calls me and my cell phone is not around me, say upstair in the bedroom, and I am downstair. This is the time where I missed the cordless handsets the most, because I used to have them in every room.

    I read about this Uniden phone back in January, and found it is probably what I need, so I pre-order it last month. It was finally available last Thursday and I received it today with an extra handset just to try it out.

    I am not disappointed! This is a very well designed phone system. The menu is intuitive and easy to use, plus all the lights are my favorite blue :-). The handset is just like a clamshell motorola cellphone, even the icons in the menu. Probably a 256-color LCD, but it is a first for a cordless phone! Wallpaper and ringtone and even individual phonebook entry are configurable. You can even customize the handset from your PC using the included software and USB cable. It even has some PDA feature like calendar and appointment reminder in the handset. If I don't tell you, you might think I am talking about a new cellphone from Uniden.

    Besides the very functional handset, and of course, you can plug a regular phone wire and use it as a regular expandable phone system with ansering machine. But the feature that attracted me buying this phone system is the bluetooth connection. I was wondering why no one has thought about this when bluetooth made popular a couple of years ago. I paired my Sony Ericsson S710i to the base unit, just like one will do with the cellphone to the headset, it found the device and paired it with no problem. I set the base unit to connect to S710i automatically, and viola! Just so happen my friend called me on my cellphone, all 2 handsets were ringing (so did the S710i). I pressed the "mobile" button, and pressed "Enter" to confirmed using S710i, and I was answering using the Uniden's headset. It even display caller ID on all the LCDs! Basically, my S710i is now my phone jack, and the whole Uniden system is plugged into it "wirelessly". Cordless + Wireless, what a wonderful solution!

    Bluetooth cell phone is getting very popular recently, even the stubborn Samsung is making new phone with bluetooth capability. If you have a land line and a bluetooth-enabled cellphone, you could now switch between the regular phone line and your free cellphone minutes at will. Talking about the convenience of answering both using just one handset(and you can tell which one is ringing by the different ringtone you assigned them)!

    The only thing on my wishlist for this phone is to be able to transfer phonebook from my cell phone to it via bluetooth. Since most bluetooth devices have this function, I can see a firmware update coming for this already great phone.

    May be it is too early to review the quality and reliability of this phone system; may be I will add to my review later. For now, I like it... A LOT! ... Read more

    19. Mintek DTV-263 26" LCD TV/DVD Combo
    list price: $1,499.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0007OK4TG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: MINTEK
    Sales Rank: 19168
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    DTV-263 is a 26" Wide Screen LCD TV with DVD.PRODUCT FEATURES: DVD / DVD-R / DVD+R/RW/ MPEG4 / MP3 / CD / CD-R / CD-RW / Kodak Picture CD; 26" 16: 9 HD Digital LCD Wide Screen Monitor; HDTV Ready; Super Slim, Super Light Weight; Built-in Slot Load DVD Player; Built-in Dual Stereo Speakers; Headphone Jacks Input; USB Interface for Digital Camera Card Reading; 3 in 1 Memory Card Socket; VGA Socket for PC Monitor Capability; Audio / Video Input and Output; Antenna Input. ... Read more


    • HD Digital LCD Panel
    • 26 Inch LCD TV
    • Plays DVD/CD/MP3/CD-RW

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
    I bought the television the other day. I was amazed! I hung it on the wall and fired it up. It looks wonderful! Colors are rich and vibrant. The sound system is very good (I hung this in the bedroom). The DVD player works well. The remote is well layed out but does not have a backlight feature. The box includes a stand and multiple componet wires. The stand comes off and it hangs nicely on the wall with a standard 100mm VESA mounting bracket.
    This is an amazing television for the price. You will not be disappointed.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Review of Mintek DTV-263 26" LCD TV/DVD Combo
    For those of you interested in this LCD TV but have had a hard time finding information about it, I hope that this review
    helps. I have included at the end of this review a list of features and specifications that has not. Also check
    out the extra pictures I have posted above to give you a better idea of the unit.

    First of all, this is an excellent TV for the price. It is way better than I expected. Compared to my Samsung 42" plasma,
    this Mintek beats it hands down (except for the size).

    * Excellent picture quality:
    What surprised me the most was the excellent quality of the picture. Bright and vibrant are the words that come to mind when
    describing this beauty. When I first set it up I placed it next to my Samsung plasma for comparison (this LCD TV is for
    bedroom use). I was stunned how much brighter and how much more detail I could see compared to the plasma. Black levels on
    this LCD is comparable to CRT TVs. Also, I was unable to detect any motion trails or blurring effects whatsoever - that
    blew me away. And 26" is a good size. I was worried it would be too small. It is just right.

    * Analog cable:
    Analog cable on this LCD TV (as with any other) is watch able but it yearns to be better. So if you get this TV subscribe to a
    digital service.

    * Digital cable:
    WOW! Now we are getting somewhere. Standard digital cable and Comcast HDTV service is as close to perfection as a sub $1000
    LCD TV can get. Excellent black levels, no motion trails in fast moving scenes. Bright and vivid picture.

    * I have not used (nor will I use) the composite or S-video inputs. So no comment there.

    * HD Component Input:
    Only one of these on the unit but hey, the DVD player is built-in. Combined with the fact that there is also a DVI - this is

    * DVI:
    It's digital and it looks and works great. The downside is that it's audio in is an 1/8" input. They must have intended this
    for commuter use. Also, you can only use the DVI or VGA one at a time. Bummer.

    * Built-in Slot Load DVD Player:
    Very convenient, cleans up the area from gear being everywhere. It works as a typical DVD player should. No bad things to
    report. The nicest thing is the picture quality. Since there is no analog to digital conversion here then the pic quality is
    awesome. Better than I have ever seen. Oh, and as soon as you pop in a disc the mode will change to DVD and the menu is
    booting up. It also played most formats I threw at it including but not limited to: DVD / DVD-R / DVD+R/RW/ MPEG4 / MP3 / CD Audio
    / CD-R / CD-RW / Kodak Picture CD / DiVX - - - Sweet!

    * Memory Card slot:
    Fun stuff. Come home from an outing and pop in the card - viola! Instant slideshow. My 2MP camera pictures look stunning. I
    love it. The family does to. As soon as the card is popped in TV changes mode and thumbnails of pics start drawing. You can
    either control the playback yourself or put it on auto-matic slideshow.

    * Remote control:
    Nice layout. Doesn't look to bad. But it is very light even with the batteries in which gives it a cheap feeling. I hope I
    don't break it. But it is responsive and seems to be omni-directional.

    At this time I can not comment on the long term reliability of this unit. I will post another review in a few months or if
    something goes bad. No comment on customer support. The manual is spares but enough to get you going.

    So I am going to give this TV 4 stars because everything works as advertised and exceeds most of my expectations. I would
    recommend this TV.

    Thank you


    * 26" 16:9 LCD Screen
    * HDTV Ready - 1280 x 762 Native Resolution
    * Built-in Slot Load DVD Player
    * Built-in Dual Stereo Speakers
    * USB Interface for Digital Camera Card Reading
    * 3 in 1 Memory Card Socket (SD, MMC & Memory Stick)
    * RF Antenna/Analog Cable Input
    * Composite Audio/Video Input
    * S video Input
    * HD Component Input
    * DVI Input
    * VGA Socket for PC Monitor Capability
    * Optical Digital Audio Out
    * 1/8" Audio In (for VGA/DVI)
    * Audio/Video Monitor Output (composite)


    * Picture Resolution: 1280 x 762
    * Viewing Angle: 176° / 176°
    * Brightness (cd/m2): 500
    * TV System: NTSC
    * Tuning System: Analog Auto Tuner System
    * Power Output: 6W x 2
    * Dimensions (with stand): 30.5" x 7.25" x 21.25"
    * Weight (with stand): 32 pounds

    * Excellent picture quality
    * No detectable motion trails
    * Amazing black levels for LCD
    * Decent Viewing Angle
    * Bright picture and high contrast
    * Built-in DVD player
    * Memory Card slot
    * USB Port for digital camera

    * Only one of each input
    * No headphone out
    * Thin sounding speakers
    * No HDMI input
    * No built-in HDTV tuner
    * Remote is cheap feeling but responsive and functional ... Read more

    20. Panasonic KX-TGA520M Accessory Handset for KX-TG5200M Series Expandable Phones

    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0001Y4KR4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 116
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    The Panasonic KX-TGA520M handset is a supplemental accessory for Panasonic's KX-TG5200M-series phone systems. Operating on the same 5.8 GHz frequency as the base system and employing digital spread spectrum technology, this handset features all the basic functions you've come to rely on.

    Supporting caller ID/call waiting, the handset features a three-line backlit LCD to let you see who's calling when the phone rings, or who has called while you were out. It also features talking caller ID, which audibly announces your caller's name or number through the speakerphone. A light-up antenna visually alerts you to new calls and messages. Additional features include an illuminated keypad, headset compatibility, and a variety of ring tones.

    What's in the Box
    KX-TGA520M handset and charging cradle, AC power adapter, belt clip, NiMH battery, instruction sheet, warranty information

    Note: This is not a standalone phone. It requires a Panasonic base system (sold separately) to function. ... Read more


    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • For use with Panasonic KX-TG5200M-series expandable phone systems
    • Supports caller ID/call waiting and talking caller ID
    • Speakerphone; headset jack and belt clip
    • Light-up antenna indicates new calls and messages

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