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Motorola launches green D10 and D11 home phones

updated 11:50 am EST, Thu November 27, 2008

Motorola intros D10, D11

Motorola on Thursday has announced the latest additions to its digital cordless home phones, the D10 and D11. The handsets are optimized to use as little energy as possible and are made with at least 20 percent of recycled materials. An eco mode will automatically adjust the wireless reception strength and therefore draw less power based on how far a phone is from its base station

Either model includes a digital answering machine with remote access and supports polyphonic ringtones. Their memories can hold 100 names and numbers, and include hands-free calling capabilities, three-way calling support and a built-in speakerphone. The D10 has a 2-line backlit display in orange, while the D11's full color lights up in blue and has the option of three wallpapers. The D11 otherwise distinguishes itself with the addition of three customizable hot keys, SMS messaging capability and an event reminder, among other detail changes. A room monitor function, which works like a baby monitor or lets the handsets be used as a two-way radio, is integrated into either model as well.

The new D10 and D11 are currently available, though pricing has not yet been announced. [via Pocket-lint]




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