Konftel 300M 3G/GSM Mobile Office VoIP Conference Phone *Discont

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Konftel 300M – the conference phone for the mobile office. The Konftel 300M is perfect for companies that have mobile communications solutions. In addition to benefiting from the flexibility of its mobile solution, your company can have an uncompromising conference phone with smart functions and Konftel’s patented audio technology, OmniSound® 2.0, which ensures crystal-clear sound on all conference calls. The battery provides up to 30 hours of talk time and recharges when you place the Konftel 300M in its accompanying charging cradle. (You can use the phone while it is charging.) Other useful features include the ability to record to an SD memory card, SMS capabilities, and a conference guide that helps you save call groups—a huge help if you make regular multi-party calls. The USB computer connection enables you to make VoIP calls, and you can use the Konftel 300M in environments with unified communications solutions. Mobile and USB connections are easy to combine and switch using the phone’s line mode. With the battery charged and the SIM card fitted, the Konftel 300M is excellent for anyone who needs to get large or small meetings going quickly. Retail Price $1299.00

Note: To use it as a mobile confernece phone, you need to get a cell phone contract or a SIM card. You can also pull the SIM card out of your existing phone and use that. Basically it is a wireless conference 3G GSM cell phone. Right now it's limited to AT&T and T-Mobile or any service provider using GSM. We do not work with LTE 4G sim cards at this point but will be able to eventually. It has the same battery as the 300W but the talk time is only 30 hours because of the GSM 3G power draw. It can take wired extension mics unlike the 300W.

The Konftel 300M comes with a battery, Konftel charging cradle, USB cable, and quick reference guide
Item no. US Version 840101070. European Version 910101070.

Menus and quick reference guides: Danish, English, Finnish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, German, Russian

OmniSound® 2.0: wideband via USB
Microphone: omnidirectional, 360 degrees
Frequency range: 3G/2G 200-3300 Hz, USB 200-7000 Hz
Reception area: up to 30 m2 for over 10 participants
Range with expansion microphones: up to 70 m2 for over 16 participants.
Volume: max. 90 dB SPL 0.5 m
Equalizer: dark, neutral, and bright

Battery: 5200 mAh, up to 30 h talk time/270 h standby
Charging stand: AC adapter 100-240 V AC/14 V DC, electrical cable length 90 cm

SIM with support for PIN/PUK

Phonebook: 500 contacts, import and export via SIM card
Call groups: 20 groups

Supports recording to a 2 GB SD memory card

Supports SMS (Short Message Service) text messages

Kensington® security slot

Konftel 300M: 240 mm diameter, 77 mm high, 1180 g incl. battery.
Konftel charging cradle: 180 x 165 mm, 220 g
Colour: Liquorice black

Display screen: LCD, 128 x 64 pixels (5 x 2.5 cm)
Keypad: alphanumeric, *, #, handset on, handset off, mute, hold, volume up, volume down, five buttons for navigation in the menu system, line mode, conference guide

Optional Accessories:

Konftel Soft Travel Case

Requires Analog Telephone Line. If you don't have an analog phone line, you will need this digital to analog adapter. Call us 877-999-3838 if you have any questions.

For more details see Konftel 300M datasheet and Konftel 300M user manual

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 25 April, 2011.
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