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Yealink T48G star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

Introduction

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. 

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Topics: Desk Phone, SMB Leadership, Business Technology, IP phone

Panasonic KX-TGP600 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

 

The Panasonic KX-TGP600 is the newest iteration of the TGP series of DECT phones from Panasonic. As a cordless IP phone solution, the TGP600 offers increased mobility and versatility for wireless phones. And its ability to handle 8 simultaneous calls is pretty mind boggling compared to the bare bones entry level phones we've been reviewing in the prior months.

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Topics: Panasonic, Desk Phone

Polycom VVX 201 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

The Polycom VVX 201 is a low cost entry level business media phone suitable for common areas and cubicle workers. Similar to the Polycom VVX 101 in design and execution, the device is ultimately a mid range baseline phone that brings Polycom's high standards to a basic option.

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Topics: Polycom, Desk Phone, IP phone

Polycom VVX 101 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

The Polycom VVX 101 is the entry level phone in the successor line to the Polycom Soundpoint IP. The previous VVX line was a wonderful leap forward in design and functionality, which utilized recent software innovations to inspire designs in hardware. Polycom also engaged in forward thinking with the release of its UC 4.0 software.

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Topics: Polycom, Desk Phone

Cortelco C62 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

The Cortelco C62 marks the company's foray into executive IP phones. Unlike the Cortelco C56, a product that pared down its capabilities as much as possible, the C62 takes a slightly different approach by offering features that are common to most mid range phones (multiple lines, more BLF buttons).

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Topics: Desk Phone, Cortelco

Grandstream GXP1628 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

The Grandstream GXP1628 is the most elaborate phone in Grandstream's new line of inexpensive SIP phones. The GXP1628 is shooting for the general use crowd with its respectable feature set and decent HD voice capabilities. Imagine a stellar office phone that prices about $100 less than the Polycom Soundpoint IP 550 - that's what the GXP1628 is looking to offer.  

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Cortelco C56 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

The Cortelco C56 is one of the simplest SIP phones we've ever reviewed. With its easy configuration and its bare bones interface, the C56 is clearly not trying to win the arms race of smartphone-esque UIs and advanced features that some other manufacturers are aiming for.

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Topics: Desk Phone, Cortelco

Yealink SIP-T28P star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

“The quality of a Polycom at the price point of a Grandstream.”

I’ve heard Yealink phones described to me like this multiple times. I don’t remember who it was exactly that said it, but the description has since stuck in my head. It could’ve even been a Yealink reseller as the phrase certainly is a catchy way to pitch the brand to a person like myself—someone who is at least somewhat familiar with the established players in the VoIP hardware industry.

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Topics: Yealink, Desk Phone

Yealink SIP-T22P star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

The Yealink SIP-T22P is a PoE enabled 3-line enterprise IP desk phone that comes with most, if not all of the features you might expect from a phone that costs twice as much: a 132x64 pixel backlit LCD display, high definition voice, HD speakerphone, RJ9 headset jack, etc.

Although this phone is compact like an ‘entry’ level model, the T22P actually sits somewhere in the middle of the pack in Yealink’s lineup. The company also makes the T20 and T18, its double and single line IP phones.

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Topics: Yealink, Desk Phone

Polycom VVX 600 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

The Polycom VVX 600 is an upgraded version of the Polycom VVX 500, the first phone we reviewed out of Polycom’s expanding line of Business Media Phones. The two phones are nearly identical in build, except that the newer VVX 600 has a larger capacitive touch screen (4.3” wide, 480 by 272 pixels versus the smaller VVX 500’s 3.5”, 320 by 240 pixels). Like the VVX 500, the 600 comes with an RJ-9 headset port, and two USB ports. The phone comes standard with PoE support, which means if you're not planning on using PoE, the power supply accessory is extra. The VVX 600 supports 16 line appearances, 4 more than the VVX 500.

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Topics: Polycom, Desk Phone