snom 710 VoIP Phone
The snom 710 is an entry level VoIP phone with a 4 line black and white display. The snom 710 has four context-sensitive function keys and five programmable LED function keys for increased user friendliness.
snom 710 VoIP Phone Overview
As customary for snom products, the snom 710 fulfills the requirements of VoIP technology and additionally offers numerous functions that are indispensable for everyday working life. Due to its excellent cost-performance ratio, the 710 is ideal both for ITSP bundle products and for small and medium enterprises, home offices, and private users.
The new audio subsystem was designed for excellent performance in office environments. It supports a large range of codecs and wideband audio in accordance with the TIA-920 standard.
The four-line B/W display of the snom 710 with its four context-sensitive and variably programmable function keys sets new standards of user-friendliness: The menu-driven user interface provides simple and comfortable feature management.
The freely programmable keys have built-in LEDs that show the status of the programmed function at a glance. Functions like extension or speed dial can be mapped onto these keys easily and comfortably on the web interface or in the Settings menu of the snom 710.
snom 710 Features and Functions:
- Four-line B/W display
- 4 SIP identities
- 4 context-sensitive function keys
- 5 freely programmable function keys with LEDs
- Wideband audio
- Hands-free operation
- Power over Ethernet (PoE)
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- # of Lines
- High Definition
- Backlit Display
- Color Display
- Touchscreen Display
- Protocols Supported
- SIP, Microsoft OCS
- # of Ethernet Ports
- PoE (IEEE 802.3af), Power Supply Available Separately
- Headset Interface
- EHS Support
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Why Pay $99.99 for the snom 710?
Freely programmable keys have built-in LEDs that show the status of the programmed function at a glance
Field tested software that has been used in many installations over the last decade
Four-line black and white display with four context-sensitive and variably programmable function keys
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snom 700 series is complete now
This could be the successor for the snom 300. The audio is much better, the screen bigger and it is still in the same price range. Together with snom 720 and 760 customers now have a range of phones that makes a lot of sense. The extension board for 7xx is still missing.