Conclusion: The Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm is an excellent, affordable option for older folks and technophobes who want a simple voice phone, though they may need a more tech-savvy family member to help set it up.
Pros: Excellent keys. Elegant design. Easy to use. Good voice quality. Affordable.
Doro PhoneEasy 410s review: A basic mobile phone designed purely for seniors
Good Gear Guide.au
2 May 2011
Summary: The Doro PhoneEasy 410s is one of the most basic mobile phones we've reviewed, but it's easy to use and functional. We do wish it had an external display and was slightly better constructed, though.
Pros: Ease of use, Large font and buttons, Loud volume and good call quality
Cons: No external display, Plastic design does feel toy-like, Keystroke lag when typing fast
Conclusion: The first thing that struck us was the clarity of the screen, and the addition of a radio and Bluetooth actually makes this a pretty well-featured phone for a phone that tries to be as simple and usable as possible. A clever feature of the phone is the block function that can lock out certain functions, like messages, the alarm or FM radio. Just in case these features actually cause too much confusion. There’s also an emergency button that might prove a life saver.
Summary: At a time when a great many cell phones are getting smaller, the Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm presses the, slightly larger, buttons and offers what a great many users -- especially the more mature -- want.
Excerpt: Nem og brugervenlig mobiltelefon, med store taster og læsevenlig skærm. Doro 410 Easy Care er en klaptelefon og når du åbner klappen, så tager du automatisk røret. Du kan både afsende og modtage SMS og MMS på mobilen og i den nemme menu finder du desuden en dansk ordbog.