By 28 January 2010 | Categories: news


If you’re in the market for a video phone to make free calls and video calls over IP with, then you may want to consider Yealink’s latest offering.

The Yealink VP-2009D video phone sports the TI DaVinci chipset, a 7" TFT-LCD touch-screen with 800 x 480 pixels resolution and a 0.3 megapixel CMOS camera. It can deliver video calls at low bandwidth, because of its use of a highly developed H.264 codec and its adaptive bandwidth adjustment technology.

 VP-2009D suits any office and home environment and can be used to view picture slide shows or as a digital photo frame when not in use.

 The device supports a plethora of external interfaces including dual LAN ports, USB, SD cards while also including support for the wideband G.722 codec for HD audio. In terms of overall codec support there’s a bunch including H.263, MPEG-4 video codecs, G.711, G.729AB voice codecs.

The Yealink retails for R3360, contact Nology for more info on 012-657-1317.


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