Sebastien Sauvage is the designer behind the Eclipse DECT phone, where the moment you lay your eyes on it, it does resemble a piece of decorative art. Of course, upon realization that this is a gadget, that does not mean you are able to use it right away as there is still a certain degree of learning curve for you to study. Sleekly produced, this is actually a regular phone with a base unit and handset which have been embedded together, all crammed into a shape that is different as well as unusual, enough to make it one futuristic piece that would not look out of place in the Jetsons’ living room.
Since it was designed in a continuous ellipsoidal form, the name Eclipse suits it perfectly. The phone’s finish is really something to be impressed about, and despite the rather unorthodox form factor, you can be sure that both the functionality level as well as user comfort have not been compromised in any way. The keypad remains invisible when the handset is resting on the base unit, while the phone comes with a crystal clear display as well as a High Quality Duplex speakerphone for your conversations. The Eclipse is very real, where it will be ready for distribution around the world from early next year onwards.
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