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Lexon designs Mac-inspired VoIP phone

updated 08:45 am EST, Tue December 26, 2006

Mac-inspired Lexphone

Lexon this weekend introduced its Lexphone handset. While a simple USB attachment meant to simplify calling in Skype or other voice chat software, the Lexphone is designed to match the aesthetic of Apple notebooks and other designer computers with an aluminum-like finish. The company keeps the phone small at 4.1 inches long by focusing on its core role as a PC companion but says it still has room for extra features such as muting, call holding, and independent volume adjustment. Unica sells Lexon's phone for $75. [Via Crave]



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