Panasonic voices future of telephony

Panasonic is debuting its GIGARANGE line of digital cordless phones. The new models boast tempting features such as Talking Caller ID, walkie-talkie and the proprietary 'Voice Enhancer'.

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By  Justin Etheridge Published  October 19, 2003

Panasonic is displaying a new line of cordless phones, dubbed the GIGARANGE, which demonstrates the advantages of digital technology. The phones are packed with attractive features such as Talking Caller ID, walkie-talkie, multi-tasking capability and a proprietary technology called 'Voice Enhancer'.

Pitched at small and medium businesses users, as well as for the home, the new digital cordless phones allow multiple users to take incoming calls without gathering around the handset of the person called.

"Panasonic's core philosophy of making communication simple and user-friendly is reflected in the GIGARANGE cordless phones," explains Shigeru Uno, general manager, System Sales Dept., Panasonic Marketing Middle East FZE.

"Globally, the market for digital cordless phones is expanding rapidly. The Middle East being no exception, we have targeted it as one of our key growth areas. As part of that strategy, we will be showcasing the latest state of the art digital cordless phones at Gitex Dubai, to allow customers in the region to experience first-hand the benefits of our new-age communication instruments."

On show is the top-of-the-range KX-TG2260, with Talking Caller ID to announce the caller's name in between rings, and Panasonic's Voice Enhancer technology, creating a frequency bandwidth similar to that of the original voice but improving sound quality.

Mid-range phones, also on show, offer features such as Caller ID through different LED colours.

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