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Lindy launches mouse with built-in VoIP phone

by Jan Harris
October 18, 2007

LINDY Electronics, of Stockton-on-Tees, has released a USB Optical Mouse with Built-in VoIP Phone.

With an integrated speaker and a headset for hands free use, the mouse remains fully functional when a phone call is taking place. A ringtone alerts the user of an incoming call.

The phone’s keypad and LCD display are hidden away inside the mouse - it flips open to convert into a VoIP phone.

It can also be used to make and receive calls while in this open position, via an in-built microphone.

The LINDY USB Optical Mouse with Built-in VoIP phone is compatible with Skype, MSN, Yahoo Messenger and other VoIP applications.

It can be used to make calls between PCs or from a PC to a landline or mobile phone.

The device is available now from www.lindy.co.uk priced at around £29.99.

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