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This entry was posted on 19th February 2014 by Gary.
With years of innovation, mobile phones have decreased in size and become more complicated. For some, the buttons are too small to type, the speakers are too soft to hear and the display is too small to read. That has all changed now thanks to a few specific phones.
The CL8360 has large, bright buttons on a large display and features a louder ringer. It has wireless connection to Bluetooth compatible appliances such as in-car systems, handsets and computers, so it’s easy to transfer phonebook entries. The CL8360 features a stylish conception and offers up to 35 dB amplification at less than 5% distortion. The voice assisted keypad, extra loud speaker and tone control ensure a comfortable use. An extra addition is the LED torch which helps you find everything you need during the night or in dark places.
The Doro 1360 is renowned for its extra-loud functionality. The high quality resolution and colourful screen helps to clearly read all numbers and characters. The phone has large buttons that reduce errors and miss-dialling. The handset volume amplification is up to 35 dB, which is much louder than a basic mobile phone, and the ringer volume is up to 83dB. The 1360 has a hands free set, a Bluetooth function and it is compatible with hearing aids.
The PowerTel M9500 is a stylish, Bluetooth, Smart Phone with a large LCD colour display and eight-mega pixel camera. It’s also extra loud, with a handset volume of up to 40dB and a ring tone of up to 90dB. If required, you can switch seamlessly between the standard android operating system to the new Amplicomms user interface, designed specifically for the elderly.
The CL8500 features speakerphone volume amplification up to 35 dB. The keypad is with large, evenly distributed buttons and the display is clear to read. The big dial buttons are perfect for fingers that might not be as dextrous as they once were and the talking keypad is great for those with impaired sight. The dual LCD colour display shows the date and time. It also tells you if you’ve missed a call. If you want to capture that perfect moment, just switch to the camera mode and click away.
This entry was posted in Product Review on 19th February 2014 by Gary.
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