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The next generation on IP multimedia communications
The GXV3140 is Grandstream Networks’ third IP video phone. The other two are the GXV3000, which was released in 2006, and the GXV3005, which was added in December 2008 and is basically the 3000 with FXO ports.
The new phone blends real-time video conference capability with a number of Web and social networking applications. You can use the phone to web browsing, IM over Google, MSN and Yahoo, track RSS feeds, listen to internet radio and also stream from the included SD card slot or USB port. There is also an alarm clock, calendar, music ring tones and 3-way conferencing. Additionally the phone integrates with Yahoo's Flickr service so you can use it instead of a digital photo frame.
The color screen is 4.3" with 480 x 272 resolution and the camera supports 1.3 megapixels. There is support for a stereo headset with microphone, wideband/HD voice support, TV output, 3 SIP accounts with line switching support, MPLS, SIPS, AES, NAT traversal, H.264, 2X optical zoom, 30 FPS support, PIP, audio mute, camera block and more. Music formats supported include AAC, MP3, WMA, Real and others.
This is a very nice phone in terms of features.
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