Speakerphone with dataport features a built-in, 16-digit, liquid crystal display that shows number dialed, duration, clock and operating modes. Offers data port for connection of modem or other single-line phone device, 20-station, one-touch dialing/10-station speed dialing, headset jack on hook, one-touch redial for last number dialed, flash and pause. Wall-mountable. Optional headset: PCE KX-TCA98.
Product Title: Panasonic KX-TS108W Standard Phone - White
Power Score: 4.0 | 4 Reviews
Number of Lines Supported: 1
Category: Corded Phones
General Features: Speed Dial - 30 Numbers, Call Timer, Clock, On-hook Dialing
Advanced Features: Clock
Class: Telecom Equipment
Number of Presets: 10
Weight: 2.05 lbs
Dimensions: 4.20" Height x 7.10" Width x 9.30" Depth
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Data portDial lockCall restrictionHeadset Jack (On-Hook)One-Touch Dialer: 10 x 2Ringer indicator lampProgrammable Tone/Pulse
Display Color: Color
Product Model: KX-TS108W
Brand Name: Panasonic
Country of Origin: Malaysia
Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Buttons & Keys Type: Volume Control
Green Compliance: Yes
Headset Port: Yes
Number of Analog Phone Lines: 1
Total Number of Phone Lines: 1
Speed Dial Memory: 30
Front Camera: Panasonic
Product Reviews (4)
Phone has all features build in...
Strengths: This phone is simple to program and easy use.
Phone has all features build in needed for an office, such as caller id, speakerphone, 10 Station Speed Dial, Data Port. We had the previous module for 10 years; unfortunately, it did no survived tomato juice spilled on it... This unit is the replacement for a lost one.
By nadya$ - Jan 25, 2005
Good but could be better
Strengths: Disconnects automatically when other party disconnects.
Weakness: Needs battery to turn on speakerphone, or headset off-line; or to use other features. Buttons sometimes unintentionally press twice. Number dialed and time of call are gone right after you hang up.
I bought this phone because it has a headset jack. Nowhere in the advertising did it say that it even took batteries, let alone required them to turn on the headset or speakerphone off-line, so that was a disappointment. It takes 3 AA batteries. Batteries are also required for the display. Even with batteries though, the number dialed and time of call are gone forever right after you hang up. The...
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I bought this phone because it has a headset jack. Nowhere in the advertising did it say that it even took batteries, let alone required them to turn on the headset or speakerphone off-line, so that was a disappointment. It takes 3 AA batteries. Batteries are also required for the display. Even with batteries though, the number dialed and time of call are gone forever right after you hang up. The sound is good, though the volume control could use more range. It's hard to remember how to program the speed-dialing buttons. Button sometimes unintentionally press twice. I wish I had bought an AT&T phone instead.
By dbirn - Jul 2, 2006
Panasonic Speaker phone
Strengths: Solid, LCD display, and speakerphone
Weakness: Need batteries for the speakerphone to work on hook.
It is a good phone. These days, the cheap phones are just too light when compared to the good old AT&T Trimline. This phone has a solid feel. I guess it could a bit smaller.
By No Name - Jun 22, 2006
Good phone for home office
Strengths: Very clear speakerphone, mute button, nice ring.
Weakness: I wish there was a wider volume range (kind of like we have on TV sets)
I purchased this phone to replace my cordless one (I never remembered where I put it) these days it's almost impossible to find corded phones in the stores, I don't know really why, I have been using the phone for the last two months, the sound quality is very good, price is right. Overall, very good phone.
By bozenalak - Apr 24, 2006