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keyset

(ˈkiːˌsɛt)
n
(Computer Science) a device consisting of a set of computer keys that can be used together for a particular purpose, for example for a computer game
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Sonarcloud Connect, it's smart board product empowers educational organizations to accelerate communications directly and specifically, deliver a timely, versatile mobile option to announcements in contrast to a static microphone or deskphone, reduces costs versus industry PA systems and manages the risk associated with dangerous incidents on-site.
Workforce Connect Voice can also turn any MC40-HC into a mobile deskphone with PBX functionality.
The feature works between any Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise deskphone and smartphones running the OpenTouch Conversation Client, available now with the OpenTouch Suite 2.2.
-- The 8018 DeskPhone provides a high-end business-grade feel and design at an affordable cost, with advanced user-friendly telephony features and a full-duplex speakerphone.
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To hook up the wireline deskphone to it, there is the interface cable that connects your phone to the dock and the HL-10 handset lifter accessory.
CIOs expect the deskphone to disappear from offices within five years, and the future use of tablets doesn't seem that secure either, according to a survey.
Besides, having software that is able to sync with your PC or laptop as well as your deskphone is an added advantage.
Ken Dulaney, an analyst at research firm Gartner, said "there will be a broad tendency to compare the Cius to the Apple iPad," but that the Cius is really an "upgrade to a worker's desktop, replacing the deskphone" with more interactivity for video.
Other new features include: deskphone mode for using Bria to control basic functions of a deskphone; SMS support (for custom builds); user-configurable favourites lists; user-configurable keyboard shortcuts; additional call-management options, including call hold collapse; bandwidth-saving features; improved USB HID support; embedded web module support; as well as additional languages: Chinese, Dutch, Japanese and Russian (Windows only).
The Plantronics Calisto wideband USB phone line includes the Plantronics Calisto 540, an optimized for Microsoft Office Communicator deskphone.