Panasonic Cordless Phones - Never Fails to Keep Up the Goodwill

By: Raina Kelsey

Panasonic, the largest electronic giant around the globe has never failed in capturing the hearts of the users. It was always the performance and quality that made it really rule the electronic world. The Panasonic KXTG 8123 is a stylish and modern model cordless phone packed with stunning and attractive features. The KXTG 8123 cordless phone with a 1.4 inch colour backlit LCD screen, illuminated keypad plus 40 minute digital answering machine is no doubt a real challenge to its contemporaries. It is not hard to see why the Panasonic 8122 is tipped to become the best phone in its category. Just a single look into the list of the features is enough.

This model cordless phone has all the requirements that a user might expect of a phone of this calibre, along with many new, additional features that take it beyond the ordinary.

The new model cordless phone from Panasonic has a crystal clear digital speaker phone combined with a voice enhancing facility that ensures that everything is well heard. This model phone is capable of storing up to 200 names and numbers within the directory. Further, call control is provided with the inclusion of call recording and call screening facilities. The illuminated keys of this model are bright enough to allow use in total darkness but will turn off when not in use.

The superb, high quality colour screen will also switch off when not located in the base station, to conserve energy. The Panasonic KX-TG 8123 cordless phone can of course handle SMS text messaging, has 16 polyphonic ringer melodies and is GAP compatible. It has a headphone socket for total hands free communication. This model is no doubt the combination of endless practical features, ease of use and sleek, sophisticated design that is already making this fantastic cordless phone a modern classic and soon to be a bestseller.

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