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Grandstream GS-GXV3140 IP Multimedia Phone with 4.3-Inch Color LCD Display

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  • 4.3" digital TFT color LCD (480x272 resolution), mega pixel CMOS camera with privacy shutter
  • Dual switched 10M/100M auto-sensing Ethernet ports with integrated PoE
  • SD/MMC/SDHC, USB, stereo headset with microphone, stereo audio output, 2-angle stand, wall mountable
  • HD wideband audio, high fidelity full-duplex speaker with advanced acoustic echo canceller
  • Intuitive graphic user interface with customizable skins, multi-language, multiple virtual screens
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 4 x 9 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0026XTI0C
  • Item model number: GS-GXV3140
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 23, 2006

Product Description

GXV3140v2 represents the next generation in personal IP multimedia communication. Extraordinary video quality, advanced telephony features and rich applications embodied in a sleek industrial design, distinguishes this product in a unique class of its own. The GXV3140v2 sports a crystal clear 4.3" digital color LCD, a tiltable mega pixel advance CMOS camera with razor sharp clarity and privacy shutter, dual network ports with integrated PoE, rich auxiliary interfaces (such as SD, USB, stereo headset, audio/video output, etc.), advanced video compression standard H.264/H.263/H.263+, and a full-duplex speakerphone. By splendidly blending state-of-art real time video conference capability with a number of popular Web and social networking applications (such as Skype, Web browsing, IM with Yahoo/MSN/Google, Internet Radio, Yahoo Flicker Web photo album, RSS news/weather/stock feeds, music streaming, games, etc.), the GXV3140v2 creates a powerful platform for enabling converged IP multimedia applications that bring unprecedented stunning user experience.

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Customer Reviews

I have not used other features of the phone a lot but they seem to work great.
need4help
Although the product is sold on the Skype website I had to manually update the phone's firmware to get the Skype application.
E Xavier
I used the web interface to fix but it still would not register with my service provider.
Milson D. Majarais

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By need4help on December 25, 2011
Verified Purchase
Before everything, let me say that I purchased this product mainly because of the "Certified for Skype" note on the manufacturers web site. Other features seemed impressive as well so I thought it would be a great solution with some added features. Also, let me add, before I begin, that I am an IT guy so I have some technical knowledge.

Certified for Skype proved not to be really true. Out of the box my phone came without Skype or even Skype support. Had to find out, by reading blogs and support site, that I have to upgrade the firmware on the phone in order to be able to use Skype on it. This was not that straightforward, and I guess it would be difficult if you don't have technical knowledge.

After that Skype started working fine on the phone. But....
After several months, the phone screen would simply go black after turning the phone on and going to the Skype screen. Tried calling the support and was extremely disappointed. They basically told me to submit the ticket on their web support site. I explained to them that I already did and that it has been a week and nobody has even acknowledged my question. After that I got a feedback on the support ticket but when I replied with all of the items that they needed from me, again no response from them. It went so far that my ticket was automatically closed because there was no activity on the ticket from them! I called again and I explained that I had no response on the ticket, that the ticket is now closed and that I cannot use my Skype on the phone. Their response was simply to use other options on the phone to call people, to stop using Skype on it !!!!

So I went back on the forums and blogs and somehow figured out that I had to again do factory reset of the phone.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Douglas G. Harding on April 20, 2013
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Just purchased this video phone. Took it out of the box and connected it to network and plugged in ac power adapter. Took it 1 minute to boot up and get a IP address. It was then ready to go. Skype is already installed and has its own button below the display. I pushed it and it gave me a log in screen. Logged into skype and made a long distance audio call. Sound was excellent. Then made a video call using skype. Worked perfectly! Built in color camera looks great too. I am writing this review because when I bought this I was a little worried after reading all the reviews here. Most were written over two years ago and I just wanted to let everyone know that at least for Skype all the problems are gone and it is plug and play. So far very happy with this phone! Of course I have only had it for a couple of days. I cannot answer the question as far as will it last a long time.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Nils Valentin on July 28, 2009
Believe me I have been waiting for this long time.
5 Years back I was already considering a solution like the GXV3140.
At that time the devices came with some kind of VOIP account bundle. So I was skeptical.

Especially Grandstream as a budget maker has a long history for hit or miss products.
If Grandstream can pull this product of the right way, make it work and actually deliver on the promises the brochure gives then this will be a 6 star product.

Grandstream has been promising before features that didn't make it into later firmware versions. So when I heard the GXV3140 comes out with all this killer applications built in I was even more skeptical.

The GXV3140 is clearly a device that focuses towards "one size fits all" - in other words - quantity.

The GXV3140 must be Grandstream's answer to the Germans "Eierlegende Wollmilchsau."*

- Skype
- Twitter
- Facebook
- Google voice
- Browser
- IM (Gmail, MSN, QQ, Yahoo)
- Weather
- Calender
(Display of holiday names in local language)
- Currency converter
- Calculator
- Stock ticker
- RSS feeds
- Mp3 player
- Internat radio (streaming)
- phonebook
- 3 sip accounts
- TV out connection (audio/video)

- USB port
- SD slot

With this vast amount of functionality the device can literally fulfill "little" technical wonders.
As a sidenode: The "bigger" wonders are fulfilled by you during the configuration period ;-)

The key to this success is that - after configuration - the user can enjoy all those applications without PC knowledge.

With all this privileges comes of course a new level of responsibilities.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Liang Chi Li on December 1, 2007
I bought several HT 486 ATA to connect my family all around the world. It was easy to set up the device with Sipphone.com. The voice quality is great most of the time. When it is bad, I guess it has someting to do with the internet Traffic.

Pro: good value, light weight (both the adaptor and the 110-240 power adaptor) Actually, it is the smallest and lightest power adaptor I have ever seen (less than two thumbs put together, and very light). Offers a PC port and a PSTN port (when your voip fails, this PSTN port is your backup for regular phone). Economic in postage to send the unit overseas. The manufactuer grandstream.com website is very useful.

Con: Only has one phone line capability.
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