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Xblue Skype Desktop Telephone, White (SP2014)

by Xblue
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Price: $99.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Skype to Skype, SkypeIn, SkypeOut
  • Skype Voicemail, Search Directory , and Contact List
  • Call Waiting, Conference Call, and Call Log
  • Speakerphone with Mute, Color LCD
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 10.5 x 3.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003X0BK9O
  • Item model number: SP2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,588 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 23, 2010

Product Description

The XBLUE SP2014 Skype Desktop Telephone is an “Always On” Skype phone that does not require a PC and can save you a ton of money. Make calls anywhere in the world to other Skype users for free or, call landline telephones or cell phones for next to nothing (Skype calling rates are really tiny!) Just connect the XBLUE Skype telephone to your existing home or office broadband network, access your Skype account directly from the phone’s interactive LCD and you are ready to go, it is that easy! Never miss a Skype call as the XBLUE Skype phone is “Always On” (no PC needed). Unlike cell phones and PC’s the XBLUE telephone is designed to be a high-quality two-way speakerphone. The XBLUE Skype telephone is comfortable to use - especially important on those long calls. Small business or Home office that conducts international business - Real money saver. Families - Make free calls and save cell phone airtime when calling Grandma, Uncle Joe, kids, grandchildren, etc.

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Customer Reviews

I called my own cell phone to hear the problem firsthand.
Henry Jackson
It was very easy to set up; the sound quality is very good; calling out and receiving calls all works without a hitch.
Dr. Vera Marquardt
A much more significant issue is that voice-mail does not work when this phone is connected to our network.
T. Schleich

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Frederick W. Chapman on December 22, 2010
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I bought one of these Skype desktop phones for my home office. This is one of the few dedicated Skype phones which plugs directly into a router, which means that you can make and receive calls on this phone even when your computer is off. This is a very important feature to me, since I would otherwise have to leave my computer on all the time.

This is a full-featured desktop phone with lots of handy extras, like a hold button, a mute button, and a redial button. The sound quality of this phone is excellent. The built-in speakerphone is so good that I almost never use the handset.

This phone gives you full access to all the features of Skype for voice calls, such as your Skype contact list. My favorite feature is one-button access to recent calls, which makes it easy to look up the numbers of people you call frequently -- just press the green call button and presto!

I wholeheartedly recommend this desktop phone for home business owners who want to use Skype to save a lot of money on their second phone line. I also use Skype for my home phone, and my two-line home/office phone system costs me only $10/month!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Markus on September 22, 2011
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I am using the Skype Desktop phone now for several weeks, bottom line: It is good, but not good enough.
Pros:sound quality, easy to install and easy to use, works stand alone, size
Cons: Keyboard, Contact management, Prize

I am using the phone mostly as my home office line. I have to attend a lot of conference calls, so after dialing the number I have to add additional codes. The keyboard sucks, 4 out of 5 times the dial tones are not identified correctly. The number on the display shows correctly, but the interpretation does not! So I have to enter them over and over again. I also haven't seen an option to manage your contacts, other than from the Skype software itself.

On the other hand, installation, usage and sound quality are very good.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Henry Jackson on October 2, 2010
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On paper, this looks like a nice phone -- full support for Skype Out, Skype In, voicemail, Skype contacts, and it doesn't need to be hooked up to a computer. And in general it works well.

However, the outgoing call quality is completely abysmal, and because of that this phone is totally unsuitable for any kind of conversation. People literally could not understand a single word I said. I called my own cell phone to hear the problem firsthand. Words are robotic and garbled. Maybe one syllable in 10 comes through clearly. It's incredible that this product is even for sale. (Incoming call quality is OK, though not nearly as good as Skype on my computer. Think cellphone quality.)

Another minor annoyance is that the keys need to be pressed quite firmly to register, but this seems like a silly point compared to the call quality.

I'm sending this back immediately.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Seand on March 15, 2011
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Despite other reviews, sound quality was great right out of the box. Once I entered my skype account name it immediately picked up contacts list. Entering contacts using mulitple pushes on the 9 main buttons to spell out new contact names a little awkward so enter as many as you can on your computer, or ad them with initials on phone and edit on computer later. Displays remaining skype credit right on the color lcd screen. I like the 80's retro style design.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MyronB on June 11, 2011
I bought this phone 6 weeks ago for a small office environment. I wanted a stand-alone Skype phone (no computer required) for small business conference room. It had to be simple to use for anyone on the staff. The phone is wired to a Cisco E2000 wireless router. I've tried it on low speed and high speed DSL Internet connections. It's worked well in both cases.

Voice quality is consistently good. While there is some time delay typical with VOIP (I've used Skype and OOMA, both have this), people we're talking to assume it's a standard phone. We've had a couple of instances where the voice quality became extremely choppy and even unintelligible. The fix is to first power cycle the Cisco router and then the Xblue phone. I usually do this once or twice a week. The Cisco E2000 seems to need this anyway, so I'm assuming that normally it's the router that needs to be reset.

One of the features I needed was a good speakerphone but with a handset option. This device has a better than average speakerphone for a desktop telephone. It's not quite as good as a high-end speakerphone, such as a Polycom, but it's good for a desktop phone.

The phone if fairly intuitive to setup and operate. Some people get confused by the Skype dialing plan, so I attached notes to the phone on how to make a typical phone call. Another point of confusion for the casual user is that Skype doesn't have dial tone. So you don't have the same familiar audio cues when dialing a number. But the phone itself is quite intuitive. Also, the volume controls work well, so the phone works fine in a small conference room.

The only drawback I've found are the keypad buttons. They need to be pressed directly and firmly. I find that sometimes we press the buttons and realize that the digit hasn't registered.

I do recommend this phone as a good stand-alone alternative for Skype and would buy it again.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kent on January 12, 2011
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The phone is better than I imagined. Volume and screen brightness are excellent over a wide range, with total voice clarity over local phone lines and over the internet to Siberia. The unit sits solidly on the desk so I can press the keys firmly. The timing is just right for my ability to enter alphabetic characters. There is a lookup table accessible by the "@ #" button to enter further non-standard characters that might be in an email address. Entering an email address does find the related Skype contact. I can key in new contacts faster at the computer; the telephone unit updates automatically to match the computer contact list. I can log in using a different Skype account. Incoming calls ring at the devices that are logged into Skype. If both are logged out, voicemail picks up at once. If both are logged in, the phone unit rings once more than the computer (which I have set for a 15 second delay) before the voicemail announcement. Both the phone unit and the computer save new voicemail messages. After I delete messages from the phone, they are still archived at the computer. I have lost nothing and have gained the use of my incoming and outgoing Skype lines at an additional location in the house, and at times when the computer is not turned on. An online inquiry received a prompt phone call from technical support. Count this a major triumph for Skype and for Xblue!
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