Beaverton, Ore. - VTech Communications announced its DS6321-3 cordless phone system is now available.
The company is calling it the first cordless phone system capable of downloading cellular phonebook entries using Bluetooth technology. This allows users to make and receive cellular and landline calls with a cordless handset.
Up to four Bluetooth can be registered on the DS6321-3, the company said, and two cellular phones can be connected to the DS6321-3 at one time. It's designed to operate as a virtual two-line system, enabling users to be on a landline call with one handset while using another handset simultaneously to make a cellular call.
The system also features DECT 6.0 technology. Three handsets are included, with expandability up to 12 handsets possible. Other features include the ability to transfer calls between handsets, an LCD with blue backlighting, a digital answering system with up to 14 minutes of recording time, caller ID, call waiting, and the ability to download up to 6,000 phonebook entries.
Suggested retail is $99.99 for the three-handset system. It's currently available from VTech's Web site and will be available at BJ's and Best Buy in October, VTech said.