The Vtech LS6245 was introduced this week and is a cordless home phone that features Bluetooth connectivity. The phone can be paired with up to eight Bluetooth devices allowing the user to use one handset for landline and cellular calls in the home.
The phone system supports two lines and one use can be on a call using a landline and other a mobile with an additional base unit or speakerphone. Two mobile phones can be connected to the LS6245 at the same time with the first mobile that rings being routed to the device.
The phone also has touch-sensitive controls and an LCD display along with a backlit keypad for dialing in dark environments. The phone system can be expanded with up to 12 additional handsets and needs only one phone jack to support all 12. The phone system is available now for $79.95 and additional base stations sell for $39.95.
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