Finally A Mac Friendly Skype Phone

18 thoughts on “Finally A Mac Friendly Skype Phone”

  1. Technically this isnt true Om. Jerry Pournelle and I have successfully used the VoipVoice Cyberphone K with Skype on his 15″ Powerbook running Tiger. You can find the phone here:

    http://www.voipvoice.com/cyberphoneK.htm

    it’s also on the Skype Store, but it incorrectly states that the phone doesnt work on Mac OS X because as you can see here:

    http://www.voipvoice.com/software.htm

    There is most certainly software to make it work with Skype undex Pather or better. The sound quality is also not bad either. And you can buy it today! 🙂

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  3. Now they just need a way to magnetically attach it to the left side of your iMac.

    BTW, I would hope that this handset can work with all VoIP apps, not just Skype.

  4. That’s pretty amusing, as the this phone works fine in Skype for Windows WITHOUT a driver. The driver is more of an app that enables the buttons. The handset installs as a USB Audio device that Skype can use with easy.

    Is what they’re describing a real driver, or just an app for mapping the buttons?

  5. Krzysztof and Paul,

    This is completely off subject and I apologize for that, but… I am also living in Warsaw and I was wondering if there are any locations here that sell any Macintosh hardware/software? You can reply to me at slittle@free.fr.

    Thanks,
    scott

  6. So — has anyone tried this phone? Any reviews?

    I’ll be in San Jose at the end of the month and might swing by there and pick this sucker up — if it works okay …. 🙂

    Audio quality better than conventional Skype?

  7. This phone is for Skype only at the moment. Skype seem to be tying in all compatible products exclusively to their brand at the moment. The Cyberphone K was compatible with loads of providers but now the Cyberphone W only works with Skype.

    Does anyone know what the other Ipevo products are like?

  8. You can’t say the phones “work” except for the “buttons.” Without the “buttons” working, you can’t dial from the phones. It’s just a replacement for the speaker and mike.

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