VoIPVoice CyberPhoneK review
Balance features and cost, and the CyberPhoneK takes some beating. It feels very much like a regular landline phone, and has a full complement of dialling buttons and a port for external headsets. The simple driver integrates with Skype for dialling, answering calls by merely picking up the receiver. It’s not so sophisticated when dealing with SIP-based services – for instance, you can’t dial a number directly – but we did manage to control most other functions.
The ring tone is nasty – there’s no other word for it – and dialling could be better thought out. You have to either press a tiny connect switch or click a button on screen when you’ve entered your number, but this is the only area where the Waitec EZ-I Phone beats it. Ending the call is more convenient: either drop the handset back on the hook or press the ‘hookswitch’ button on the inside of the receiver.