Gigaset is pushing onward with promotion of their brand to the North American market, this time getting involved with the Emmy Awards. Tony Stankus sent a link to their Facebook page where they have posted a photo gallery of a number of TV actors holding various Gigaset wares.
That’s cute, and good for the company profile. However, the curious part is that in some of the photos you see them holding the a little wearable hands-free badge or the handset of one of the DX series desk phones. I wasn’t aware that these items, rumored some time ago, had even made it to these shores. This could be a sign of good things to come in the near future.
We’ve had the Gigaset C610A in the house for quite some time. It’s long been on my list of devices for review. However, it’s difficult to find the time to commit to such tasks when the current model of Gigaset is so much like one of the prior models. There’s just no getting around the fact that the C61H handset is very like the C59H, which we’ve had for over two years.
That said, the C610A does offer a few niceties that were suggested to the company when they launched the line in the US back in 2009. Earlier today a new thread in the DSL Reports VoIP Forum prompted me to take just a little time to explore dialing by SIP URI on the C61H handset.