VTech LS5145 wireless phone


VTech LS5145 wireless phone

The VTech LS5145 cordless phone for the home relies on the new 5.8GHz Digital Spread Spectrum in order to keep in touch with your friends and family, boasting a new design and functionality that will surely raise the bar in what is a pretty niche market. You also get Bluetooth connectivity thrown into the fray, letting you make and receive both cellular and landline calls on the LS5145 alone – making this the first of its kind from VTech. It will take over the i5871 in terms of product hierarchy, featuring a sleek, thin-flowing handset and base station and a metallic and high-gloss black finish. The VTech LS5145 will retail for $149.95. More specifications are available after the jump. We previously reviewed the VTech I5871.

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