[CES 2012] How many of you have a landline these days? I suppose the Justin Bieber generation would go, “What’s that?” Ooma does not offer a classic landline service, but rather, it is the leading provider of HD-quality free home phone service, and has the new Ooma HD2 Handset which offers cordless convenience to your pad, alongside superior HD Voice call clarity and smartphone features thanks to the Ooma cloud-enabled platform. Just what does the Ooma HD2 Handset come with? We will look at it in clearer detail right after the jump.
The Ooma HD2 will ship with a 2” color screen and picture caller-ID, where it can display Facebook profile pictures and online contact lists from Facebook, Google and Yahoo automatically. This allows you to know who in your circle of friends or family is calling at a glance, and you are also able to download and scroll through contacts with photos on the handset. Alternativly, there is also the option to access and manage contacts using the My Ooma web portal.
Merging the Ooma Telo and new Ooma HD2 Handset will result in cutting-edge HD Voice call clarity, as it captures double the voice data to so that it is twice the fidelity of standard phone calls. Your ears will enjoy a richer, more natural-sounding conversation. Those who are interested will be able to pick up the Ooma Telo HD2 Handset for $59.99 a pop.
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