Conclusion: As with the competing Netgear product, this is a nifty toy for the gadget fiend who has plenty of disposable income and doesn't mind limited connectivity options. Others should save their money.
Pros: Much less expensive than the comparable Netgear device. Makes fairly clear calls. Supports both WEP and WPA security. Easy to use.
Cons: Still pricey. On public-access Wi-Fi, works only with the rare, completely open network that requires no browser authentication. Lacks USB-to-PC connectivity. Entering contact info and the like using the phone keypad is cumbersome.