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Snom M65 Advanced DECT Handset for M700 and M325 solutions

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The M65 is a DECT handset compatible with the Snom M700 IP DECT solution. The M65 handset has a large backlit 2" colour display and a backlit keypad, with an intuitive menu. The M65 handset offers wideband audio to ensure crystal-clear sound quality for all your calls. The lithium-ion battery has a standby time of up to 250 hours and up to 17 hours of talk time for heavy usage between charging.

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More Information - Snom M65 DECT Handset

Combining versatile business communication functionality with the intuitive features of the mobile carrier world, the Snom M65 is ideally suited to fast-paced professional telephony.

With its sleek appearance and comprehensive range of features, the M65 is ideal for customers who expect more of their phone system and require mobile coverage across several floors or throughout large buildings.

The M65 has a large backlit 2” colour display and a backlit keypad for easy dialling in poor light conditions. Wideband audio ensures crystal-clear voice quality for your calls, and, in addition to 6 polyphonic ringtones, the handset also features vibration alert for incoming calls. An integrated tricolour LED keeps you instantly informed of missed calls, voicemail messages, and low battery status. The lithium-ion battery has a standby time of up to 250 hours and up to 17 hours of talk time for heavy usage between charging.

When the M65 is used with a Snom M700 or M300 base you enjoy many phone system features such as voicemail, automatic call forwarding, call lists, caller identification, or direct search in the corporate directory.

Snom M65 DECT Handset Key Highlights

  • Large backlit 2" colour display
  • Wideband speaker phone
  • CAT-iq 1.0 compliant
  • DECT encryption
  • 250 hours standby
  • 17 hours of talk time
  • Range Indoors: Up to 50 meters
  • Range Outdoors: Up to 300 meters (for indoor use only)
  • Local and shared address book
  • Headset compatible (via 3.5mm jack)
  • SW upgrade over-the-air
  • Tricolour LED indication of missed calls/new voice messages, low battery
  • Hearing aid compatible (HAC)
  • Compatible with the Snom M700 IP DECT Multi-cell solution

What's in the Box?

  • Snom M65 handset
  • Charging cradle
  • Power adapter (EU and UK clip)
  • Battery
  • Belt clip
  • User guide

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