Panasonic Launches Family of DECT Phones

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The Panasonic KX-TG6611 family of cordless DECT home telephones are new to the 2011 Panasonic range and are described by the company as follows:

A slim, ergonomically designed handset and compact base unit incorporates practical, easy-to-use features that speed up your incoming and outgoing calls. Available as a single, twin or triple pack , the big value KX-TG6611 family is versatile for a range of home settings.

The GAP compatible KX-TG6611 is extendable with up to 6 compatible handsets and the durable metallic silver body is designed with non-slip ergonomics. The large 1.8” monochrome LCD display with amber backlight means onscreen text is easy to read. The phone also features the option to select from 14 available languages, whilst a matching illuminated amber keypad and incoming call LED alert improves accessibility and ease of location in low light conditions.

Battery life lasts for 7 days in standby mode and the one-touch Eco Mode can reduce power consumption by decreasing signal output by up to 90% when the handset is dormant. Both customised audio, an industry first that allows pitch adjustment of incoming phone voices, and Clear Sound Technology, which corrects in-call connection errors, enhance audio clarity to remove hassle from the 13 hours of possible talk time. Night Mode allows selected handsets to be temporarily muted through pre-set time periods to eliminate interruption or for example when people are sleeping.

The KX-TG6611 comes with a 100 name and number phonebook which synchronises contacts across all connected handsets , making setup straightforward and getting in touch with friends and family faster. A 50 person caller ID coupled with a Call Barring function blocks recognised unwanted numbers from connecting and allows you to manage incoming calls.

Panasonic adds that the KX-TG6611 offers great value for households and small offices with a typically extended Panasonic life span.