Snom has recently announced its latest technology, the TouchScreen VoIP Phone. The snom has a 4×3 inch touchscreen display which allow the user to handle even complex applications like swapping calls or establishment of conference calls for up to 5 participants. There is also a klarVOICE feature for clear voice quality, and has support for fourth generation SIP technology. The fourth generation SIP technology enables the snom to serve as an intelligent endpoint for a number of business communications applications from IP telephony systems and solutions (IP PBX and hosted VoIP) platforms.
With its large high-resolution TFT color display (3.5″, 320 x 240 pixels), it can easily display call lists, phone directories, and caller information via the integrated XML browser. No need to worry on where to connect, because the new snom supports Wi-Fi as well as Power over plug (A/C adapter) and Power over Ethernet (PoE). This device has also security-wise features like secure VPN, TLS and SRTP. Important business features include three-party conferencing, polyphonic ringtones, and up to twelve different SIP identities. This device is available now for $349.