Uniden TRU8888 - Teléfono (DECT, Negro, Plata, LCD, BT-446, 0 - 50 °C, Naranja)
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- Alcance de temperatura operativa: 0 - 50 °C
- Capacidad del indicador de batería
- Contestadora incluida
- Explicita transferencia de llamada
- Identificador de llamadas
- Llamada en espera
- Manos libres
Descripción del producto
Capacidad de la lista de llamadas: 200
Color de luz de fondo: Naranja
Color del producto: Negro, Plata
Compatible con Mac: No
Conexión inalámbrica: Si
Contestador automático: Si
Frecuencia de banda: 5.8
Identificador de llamadas: Si
Indicador de capacidad de batería: Si
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 50 °C
Llamada en espera: Si
Marcación rápida: Si
Micrófono mudo: Si
Número de melodías: 20
Reloj con calendario: Si
Requisitos de energía: AC 120@60Hz, DC 9V
Servicios de mensajes cortos (SMS): Si
Tecnología de batería: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Tiempo de grabación: 12 min
Tipo de batería: BT-446
Transferencia de llamada explícita: Si
Opiniones de clientes
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Now, if you're a normal human being and aren't planning on using this phone with fancy wireless headset and such, it is an excellent device. I had returned a 2.4 GHz phone which had so much static and noise and also caused the wireless connection on my laptop to disconnect. This phone doesn't seem to interfere with wireless networking equipment at all--or suffer ill effects from all of the other wireless devices in other buildings (I live in a crowded city).
Also, the clarity on both the corded handset and the cordless phone are excellent. I think it must be the fact that it's not only in the 5.8 GHz band, but it's also digital. My best friend called me, and I asked "who's this?" and I realized that I was thrown off because on this phone, she sounds exactly like she does in person, which I was not expecting.
Also, after having reviewed the manual, all of the features were easy to use. The setup and the preferences were easy to configure. Overall, I would highly recommend this product. The only non-intuitive thing was that you have to adjust the volume of the phone itself while your greeting is playing back or something...otherwise the volume control applies to the volume when you're on the handset. It was twice as much money as the 2.4 GHz AT&T model that I tried at first, and I think it is worth it because it was perfect out of the box.
I also love the fact that you have mute buttons on both the corded base and on the cordless handset. Also--if the line is already in use, it tells you so via a message on the cordless handset or a light on the base. You can change settings on the base remotely from the cordless handset. And the phonebook feature allows you to send the phonebook from base to cordless handset (I've seem some reviewers of other phones requesting this feature).
Overall, a really great device.
The Uniden TRU8888 features a very sleek, attractive design, with a built-in antenna, so there's nothing sticking up to detract from the streamlined appearance - an extra plus if you have ill-mannered pets prone to nibbling on these things. The speakerphone quality on both the base and the cordless handset is outstanding. The Do Not Disturb button is the icing on the cake. When pressed, it silences the ringer on incoming calls on both the base and the handset, as well as any incoming messages being recorded, which is great if you have the phone right next to your bed and don't want to be disturbed by the loud ring.
With the call screening option, if you're listening as the call comes in, you can hear the caller's background environment, as well as anything they might happen to say BEFORE their message records (thinking they can't be heard), which is rare with most answering devices in my experience.
The quality of recorded messages is sharp and clear, as is the pre-recorded masculine voice on the recorded announcements - a major improvement over the fuzzy, robotic, halting female voice on Motorola's model.
The only thing I would add would be a battery backup for the base so that the answering machine works in a power outage. I'd also make the redial button a standard key on the base, rather than a soft key. Finally, the up/down buttons on the base (also used to adjust volume) are fairly miniscule and might be difficult to push if you have long fingernails.
Before the Uniden (and short-lived Motorola) purchase, I always went for AT&T phones, but after just a few hours of owning this phone I can see I'll be hooked on Uniden. Besides the superior crafting (most AT&T phones these days have a slapped together appearance with a glued-on logo), the functionality and sound quality justify the price.