Polycom CX200 Desktop Phone MS Office Communicator *Discontinued

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Polycom CX200 Desktop Phone (for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, USB, Country Groups: 1, 2, 5, 14, 48, 79) The CX200 is a USB desktop phone peripheral for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007. It is an ideal solution for most office workers as it comes equipped with a handset, full duplex speakerphone and handset port. It provides high definition audio, buttons for basic call contro and visual indicators for presence and voicemail.

Key Features:

Integration with Microsoft Windows® XP and Microsoft Windows Vista™

  • Seamless unified communications experience without drivers or software

Hands-Free Freedom

  • Headset-free, clear one-on-one calls or group conversations with full duplex speakerphone mode

High-Fidelity Handset and Speaker

  • High-quality, high definition wideband audio for the best possible voice call quality

Enhanced Presence Indicator

  • Monitor presence status to efficiently route calls

Easy to Use

  • Convenient buttons and integrated functionality to pick up and hang up calls, control volume, switch between handset and speakerphone mode and mute the microphone on the active call
  • Calls forwarded, voicemail and message waiting indicators keep users up to date with their communication service status
  • Plug-and-play operation to a USB port on the PC

For more details see Polycom CX200 Desktop Phone datasheet

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 May, 2009.
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