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Grandstream has targetted the budget oriented SIP phone market. These phone feel cheap. The buttons lack nice tactile feedback and feel squishy. The phone is too light and sometime will go flying across (or even off of) your desk. The phone does have a backlit display (which many don't) but the user interface is a real pain. You have to go through lots of menus to get to features and you can't see much at a time on the small display. The really big problem with this phone though is that it often has voice quality issues. Despite upgrading the firmware a number of times we continuously had problems with one way audio or robot voice. The GSM implementation on the phone is so bad as to be unusable - but even uLaw sounded bad. In the end we ditched this phone. It just didn't work reliably and when you are standing next to it and the phone rings you would run to pickup another phone instead of using it. GXP2000.jpg
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