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Voice Operated Telephone


morddwyd

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Anybody know of a totally voice operated telephone?

I don't mean a voice dialler, or an amplifier but a telephone which you can can answer solely by voice, or dial out totally by voice.

Most of the ones I've found still use a handset which has to picked up.

Something like our community alarm which can be heard, and can hear us, in any room in the house.

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caccy

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Can't you do this with some hands free mobile telephones? Not up on mobiles but I'm sure somebody will know.

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interzone55

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Many mobile phones can be set to voice control when bluetooth is turned on, so you don't need to touch the phone when dialling.

I notice that Samsung have now brought out a TV with voice control, surely there's a danger of the TV turning itself over if someone on one channel mentions another channel?

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morddwyd

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Sorry, I should have made it clear that I meant a landline.

A mobile phone is simply a cordless handset,and, like I said, there are plenty of such devices available for use with handsets.

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wiz-king

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Yup - never met one in person!

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morddwyd

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Thanks. I had looked at those, but they all come with handsets, or are simple diallers, except the one meant to operated by a dog.

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spuds

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Why not try one of the disability charities, or even your own GP/NHS practise, they might have an answer!.

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morddwyd

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They do, a community alarm, which we've had for years.

I don't want an emergency device, just something I can chat on without having to sit at a computer with a headset on!

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