) Consumer Electronics has launched its 2008 models, the 9300 series of cordless phones.
These phones are built with powerful DECT (News
) technology to enable crisp, clear reception with minimal interference.
Other than the normally available features like, Talking Caller ID and alarm clock, Panasonic’s new 9300 series - The KX-TG9341, ruggedized KX-TG9371, and the KX-TG9348 phone bundle, also features the new to the industry, exclusive "call block" and "night mode" functions that allow the user to eliminate unwanted calls and to customize when to allow their phone to ring and so on.
The KX-TG9371 is a ruggedized cordless phone with an answering system and incorporating a drop- and splash-resistant finish.
Bill Birnie, Marketing Director, Communications Solutions Group, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company said, "The advanced functionality of Panasonic's 9300 phone series puts the user's comfort and convenience first. In addition to the robust suite of intuitive features like a 50-station phonebook, easy-to-read caller ID, handset speakerphone and the reception clarity offered by DECT, the advanced features allow users to customize when their phone rings and who may reach them."
Panasonic will make these phones available with major retailers as well as at www.panasonic.com in early 2008. The KX-TG9341 phone will be priced at $69.95, the KX-TG9371 at $69.95 and the KX-TG9348 at $129.95.
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