Philips really isn't blowing us away with this pair of VoIP phones, but at least the prices are right and the aesthetics are nice. The VoIP251 (pictured) lets you make Skype calls over DECT 6.0 cordless tech, with a base station that can plug into your PC over USB to get to those sweet cheap-phone-replacement internets. The VoIP151 (after the break) keeps it a bit more basic, plugging straight into your computer with USB. Both phones feature a small built-in display for browsing your contacts, and Mac and PC compatibility. Both phones will arrive in April for $50 and $30, respectively.

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