On Wed 12 Sep 2007, Brian Foster wrote:
> some months ago I accidently washed my bluetooth
> headset and destroyed it. ;-( around the same
> time my DECT landline phone (a first generation
> model) also croaked.
>> I'm now sortof looking to replace both. today I
> had an idea (hey, it happens! ;-) ) and wondered
> if there was such a thing as a DECT phone which
> also(?) works with a bluetooth headset. and YES,
> there are. as a _random_ example:
Isn't it slightly crazy that one has to use Bluetooth to download data
to and from a wireless phone?
I find the limitations on DECT phones (at least those I own)
compared with mobile phones amazing.
Eg there seems to be no way of downloading phone numbers
to the phone.
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