The following review was conducted in August 2016.
The following review was conducted in July 2016.
We’re big fans of the most recent phones from Yealink. When we heard Yealink had a new conference phone, we were interested to see how the company would add innovation to a device that is notoriously resistant to redesign. The Yealink CP860 is the company's first foray into the conference phone market.
The following review was conducted in June 2016.
The Grandstream GVC3200 is a video conferencing system with support for popular video conferencing protocols and platforms right out of the box. The GVC3200 is a standalone device, but it must be coupled with a speakerphone for full video conferencing functionality. Any USB or bluetooth speakerphone can be used with the GVC3200.
The GVC3200 comes with Grandstream's GAC2500, an Android-based conference phone, so you won't have to go searching for additional parts as soon as you take the device out of the box. But it's up to you if you want to use a different speakerphone or not. This review will focus entirely on the GVC3200, but if you're interested in the GAC2500, check out our review here.
The following review was conducted in April 2016.
The Grandstream GXP2170 is an enterprise IP phone geared toward high-volume users. The GXP2170's most unique features are the 12 multipurpose keys that can function as any feature the phone offers. This feature list includes BLF, speed dial, and voicemail. There are 48 different features that can be programmed to these function keys in all. We'll talk about them more in the Features section.
The following review was conducted in March 2016.
The Grandstream DP750 is a long-range DECT VoIP base station with the capacity to host up to five DP720 cordless DECT handsets. DECT is a radio technology used for voice data devices such as cordless phones. The DP750/DP720 set features up to ten SIP accounts, with up to ten lines per handset and five concurrent calls, along with three-way audio conferencing. The DECT base station features integrated PoE, while the DP720 handset includes HD audio with G.722 and Opus support, along with full duplex speakerphones and a 3.5 mm headset jack. The DP750/DP720 claims a range of 50 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors.
Thanks to Grandstream, we were able to test the DP750/DP720 before it enters the market. What do users have to look forward to when the DP750/DP720 hits the shelves? We conducted a thorough phone review to find out.
The following review was conducted in February 2016.
The Yealink T48G is designed to handle demanding integrated communications needs. Yealink claims that the T48G was crafted with a "future-proofed infrastructure investment," jargon essentially meaning that the phone will not fall into obsolescence in the coming years. But the T48G surpasses standard desk phones in many ways, offering comprehensive features such as 16 VoIP accounts and TLS, SRTP, HTTPS, 802.1x, Open VPN and AES encryption.