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There’s just something about video phones and video calling that I don’t care for… then again I don’t care much for talking on a phone either, but I’ve got no choice there, we live in a very connected time after all. WorldGate though has just introduced a new video phone that’s got some decent specs like 7” LCD, CMOS camera with auto focus and even a dual core TI DaVinci chipset powering the phone. Would would have though we’d need dual cores in our phones? Availability is listed as ‘the near future’, so whatever that means..

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Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone features include:

Highest Quality Video:

  • Seven-inch digital color 16:9 TFT LCD (800 x 480 high-resolution), fully backlit and adjustable
  • CMOS sensor camera with auto focus, auto exposure and high/low light sensitivity
  • TI DaVinci digital video dual-core chipset with advanced video/audio codec implementation
  • Real-time adaptive bandwidth with configurable bit rates from 80kbps to 1Mbps

Innovative Bonus Features:

  • Screen Saver/Digital Photo Frame allows users to display favorite photos and images when the phone is not in use
  • Connect to a large screen LCD/TV/projector for expanding viewing possibilities
  • Future enhancements will include powerful three-way video conferencing capabilities

Advanced Telephony Capabilities:

  • Complete feature suite including three-way calling, caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding, auto attendant, speed dial and more
  • FXS Telephone Port provides digital integration for existing household phones
  • NAT transversal technology for zero configuration and plug-and-play installation
  • Intuitive multi-language graphical user interface