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Grandstream GAC2500 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

The Grandstream GAC2500 is the first conference phone from the company.  It follows in the path of the GXV3275 and 3240 as a touch screen Android device. The smartphone-esque feel makes it sleeker than the conference phones we've become accustomed to, and the inclusion of this sort of interface means that the GAC2500 has already broken new ground, before we even start the review.

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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

Grandstream GXW4024 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24 star_grey_24

I could sit here all day and ramble on about how great hosted VoIP PBXs are for business communications, but the fact of the matter is, the ideal implementation of a hosted solution often calls for an initial expense: IP phones. I would wager that this upfront investment drives away many would-be VoIP users, and I can’t really blame them.

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Topics: Grandstream, ATA

Grandstream GXV3275 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

The Grandstream GXV3275 is a touch screen phone that tries to meld the seamlessness of Android smartphones with the functionality of leading IP phones. Overall, the phone appears to operate more like an Android tablet than a standard desk phone. With SIP video phone capabilities, and a gaggle of software features, the device is well-suited for anyone looking for powerful features and strong telepresence.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Grandstream GXV3175 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24 star_grey_24

The GXV3175 is an ambitious piece of hardware, and it sort of has to be. It’s paving the way for new products built on the idea that multimedia will become a bigger part of the business communications, that video calling will become the norm and not just a novelty, that touchscreen user interfaces will become the next big thing in the workplace, and that easier, seamless access to social media networks will soon become a requested feature for business hardware solutions. Luckily for Grandstream, a lot of this is happening. It seems every week we hear something about a new video calling solution or an easier way to integrate social media into existing hardware / software. Businesses by the thousands are integrating what were initially consumer focused ‘multimedia’ solutions like tablets into their day-to-day. There certainly seems to be a demand for a new approach to the office desk phone.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Grandstream GXP2200 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24

In our last review of a touchscreen phone from Grandstream, we stated that we were excited about the direction the company was going with their multimedia IP desk phones, but with the caveat that the sluggish resistive touchscreen they chose to put on the device detracted significantly from the user experience. If anything, it underscored the gap in user friendliness between smartphones/tablets and the newer desk phones trying to emulate them. Since the touchscreen was the only way to interact with the phone we were reviewing at the time ( Grandstream GXV3175 ), there was no getting around it, which made even simple tasks like dialing a phone number more frustrating than they needed to be.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Grandstream GXP 2100 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

Industry veteran Grandstream proves that you don’t have to spend out the wazoo to get the latest VoIP hardware for your office. The manufacturer recently added 4 phones to their GXP series, a growing line with enough desktop phone models to satisfy the varying needs of any SMB. Need phones on the desks of your employees who rarely make and take calls? Grandstream hopes you’ll consider the GXP 1450, a two-line phone that you can find for under $70. If you’re looking for something with a lot more oomph, then the 6-line GXP 2120 executive phone might be right up your alley. It’s no surprise that the 2120 is also very reasonably priced; you can pick one up for a little more than $100 if you know where to look. Today we’re going to be taking a quick look at the GXP 2100, a phone that currently sits in the middle of the pack.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Grandstream GXP2140 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

Reviewed October 22, 2014
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Grandstream GXP1610 Beta star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

First Impressions

The GXP1600 series (GXP1610/GXP1620/GXP1625) is clearly targeted at the low price market segment. It is easy to say that the GXP1610 is a cheap phone, but lets keep in mind the MSRP for this device is $45 and will likely retail at most online suppliers for less. That is incredibly inexpensive, and it is something we will keep in mind for the remainder of the review.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone

Grandstream GXP 2020 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_orange_24 star_grey_24

While high definition phones with video conferencing capabilities are nice, most people do not require these sometimes $300+ devices to get through their day-to-day operations. Instead, many of our customers have voiced a need for reliable, easy-to-setup devices that have features they will actually use during an average business day.

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Topics: Grandstream, Desk Phone