Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Miglia unveils DialogPhone, Dialog+

Although I am a digibetic when it comes to Mac (I run Skype for Windows), I know quite a lot of people who don’t understand why I don’t switch to Mac.

My excuse that there are no proper phones for Skype for Mac, is not going to hold long anymore as slowly but surely, new devices pop up at the market for Mac users. Which is only great because I do understand why people choose Mac!

A new device is the
DialogPhone of Miglia Technology, a cordless phone that offers iChat AV and Skype integration for unlimited free chatting to anywhere in the world, and the Dialog+, which offers a wire-free signal that covers up to 80 feet from a Mac or PC while allowing users to select Skype or Address Book contacts using the arrows on a phone.

The DialogPhone supports free calls worldwide via Skype and iChat AV with no cables, integrating with Mac OS X as well as Skype and iChat. The Dialog+ provides free calls worldwide through Skype alongside wire-free phone compatibility using Skype. The Dialog+ includes a battery that can charge via USB, a keypad to use for Skype Out calls, and the ability to record Skype as well as iChat conversations on Mac systems.

Both devices require Mac OS X 10.4 or later on a G4, G5, or Intel-based Macs with a broadband internet connection and USB 2.0 connectivity. The DialogPhone is priced at $85, while the Dialog+ is available for $120.

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