Summary: I chose this SL910A instead of the newer SL930A mainly because it has a simpler interface. The newer phone has an Android ice-cream operating system, and as I also have a mobile, I don't need my office phone to do be able to do all the fancy stuff my mobile can. Also the newer SL930A is at least £180! I have replaced my existing office phones with this. It is smaller, neater and much easier to use than all my old desk phones.
Summary: Bought this phone some time ago. It is an excellent if not a little expensive house phone. You need initially buy the base station which I suppose acts a router type device and the phone. Both the router and phone need their own power supply and the base station need to be connected to the telephone system. It has a touch screen display with all the status information for the phone displayed. It has its own applications and is like a smart house phone.
Summary: I wanted this phone because it looks great and the feature list and touch screen suited us. I looked at many reviews and was a little anxious about the phone as a few people were really rather negative referring to slow connection, poor touch screen, loss of connection, but I still decided to go for it. Glad I did. We now have three handsets and the answer machine through a three storey house. Absolutely superb.
Summary: This is wonderful. I usually go through a phone in about 6 months; but I have now had this for a little over three years. It's solid, reliable and really well kitted out. I know it's pricey; but it will last and you won't regret buying it.
Initially not what one expects, but with practise, it is excellent
1 December 2013
Summary: Initially complex to use if one expects a traditional DECT phone. However, if one is also used to a SMART phone, with this mind-set adjustment, it has excellent facilities and is far better than the previous iterations of DECT phones. The only negative is that the touch screen could be a tad more sensitive. A pleasure to use.