Anyway, lets move on... On the bottom of the IP phone there is a small hole, I'm guessing the phones built in microphone for use with hands free: On the right hand side you have what looks like a headset/handsfree 3.5mm jack: And that's pretty much the OBi1032 IP phone, feels solid and well built. Go back to the box, with the phone removed you will see this: But wait; ther is more... Take out the inner cardboard packaging and you will see the OBIHAI accessories that came with your IP phone: As you see them above is how they were packed for me, all I did was lift out the inner cardboard that held the IP phone in place. I got a handset/receiver, clip/slide on stand, handset/receiver cord and Ethernet cable. There was no mains adaptor supplied with my unit so I'm unsure if the retail unit's are shipped with compatible power supplies or not. (I have loads so not really an issue for me)
Moving on lets take a look at the OBi1032 stand: What can I say? it's a stand! has two rubber feet on the bottom and four clips on the top which slide and lock into place on the rear of the phone. Attach the stand to the phone and this is what it looks like: Looks good yea? let's sit the phone down and peel off it's protective screen cover: Let's unpack the receiver: Pop the receiver on the base and this is how it looks: Finally (Ignoring the Ethernet cable, seen one you seen them all!) we have the handset/receiver cord that plugs into the rear of the IP phone and the bottom of the receiver: The final picture of the OBi1032 with receiver cord attached: And that's it!
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