Our old friend the FCC has come through once again with their handy website of unannounced products, this time informing us that networking powerhouse Linksys is about to enter the VOIP phone market. Their seemingly high-end WIP330 handset will sport an 802.11b/g radio (with WEP and possibly WPA-PSK security), SIP v2 support, voice-quality enhancement, web browser, and color screen with GUI. Tom's Networking, who uncovered the FCC filing, speculates that this model will drop next year for between $200 and $250.
Linksys reveals WIP330 VoIP handset on FCC site
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