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Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi
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Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi
Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi
Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi
Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi

Asus Aiguru SV1 Videophone - Asus Video Skype Phone Wireless Wifi

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Used Good Condition Asus Videophone For Skype - Eee Videophone Aiguru SV1

An all in one phone for Skype. You get video, voice, and camera without needing a computer. We are definitely looking at the future of communication here. Thank you Asus for providing us Skype users with a good solution.

Product Overview:

The World's First Standalone Skype Videophone! It connects directly to the router via a CAT-5 cable or Wi-Fi and no PC is required.

The Asus Eee Videophone AiGuru SV1, is the revolutional Skype standalone Video Phone Solution. With the clear sound quality, large video screen and the PC-free and easy-to-use features, it can help family members to be easily connected everyday.

** The World's First Skype Certified Large-Screen Standalone Videophone **

The Eee Videophone is truly revolutionary, allowing you to make unlimited video Skype calls conveniently and quickly without a computer or additional hardware and software. Its large 7"½ screen, built-in camera and speaker guarantee a great audio-visual experience.

** Intuitive user interface and ergonomic design **

The Eee Videophone features a full-screen, icon-based interface and an intuitive button layout making it really easy to use. Moreover, with its user-friendly Skype contact list, you will be able to find your contacts easily and quickly.

The Eee Videophone looks as good as it works, boasting its balanced curves and sleek lines. Being highly ergonomic, you can adjust suitable angles to suit your viewing position.

** Hassle-free setup and calls **

With its Wi-Fi capability and cable-free rechargeable battery power system, the Eee Videophone is a highly portable all-in-one videoconferencing solution that can be placed just about anywhere. Making video calls is an equally simple affair, requiring just three simple steps:

1. Connect to a broadband connection, either wirelessly or via an Ethernet cable
2. Sign-in with an existing Skype name or create a new one
3. Start video calling

The Eee Videophone is so easy to use and quick to set up that you can use it just like any traditional home telephone.

Eee Videophone Aiguru Features:

• Skype-to-Skype video and voice calls
• Call fixed lines and mobiles with Skype credit and/or subscriptions
• Online Number (SkypeIn) allows anyone to reach you on Skype Presence
• Call forwarding
• Skype Voicemail
• Participate in voice conference calls (as a guest only)

User Review:

T. Ritzman - Great video phone, March 1, 2009

I bought this video phone in February, after waiting for about a month for it to become available. It seems to be always out of stock. Overall, I'm very satisfied with it so far and have used it to view relatives overseas and parents out of state.
1) The video phone is always online without having to use a computer.
2) The video camera on the Skype phone transmits a video picture as clear or clearer than any of the computer based webcams I've seen, included the highly rated Logitech 9000.
3) When doing a voice only call, the speaker phone is amazingly clear. It sounds better than my cordless speakerphone. With the video calling, the sound quality degrades somewhat, but I believe it is due to intranet bandwidth limits more than phone hardware limitations.
4) The video phone is relatively easy to use. If I call someone who is using Skype on their computer, we often waste a lot of time trying to get their computer webcam or microphone working, whereas my videophone never has to be fiddled with.
5) The phone uses 20 watts of power when plugged in and waiting to receive calls. This is cheaper on the electric bill than leaving on our desktop (120 watts) or a laptop (45 watts) for 24 hours a day to receive Skype calls. I wish it could run on less power though (like 5 watts) when it is waiting to receive calls.
6) The phone setup was not too hard. The trickiest part was getting connected to the internet. I couldn't figure out what the PPPoe user name and password was for a direct LAN cable connection to our router, but I was able to set up the wireless connection after entering (very tedious) a long wireless network password using the on screen keyboard.
1) The video screen is not as clear as what I've seen on my laptop's Skype video screen. However, the frame rate is much better than Yahoo Messenger's video calls, so overall I'm satisfied.
2) Battery life is only rated about 20 minutes. Wish it could last for at least 90 minutes, which would cover most calls. At least it is enough time to take the phone for a quick tour of the house or backyard and then find another outlet to plug in.
3) The video phone lacks a number keypad, so it takes a while to enter a phone number in using their on screen number pad.
4) When making a local phone call to a phone number, I still have to type in the country code and city code, as if I am making an international call. The phone doesn't default to a home country or area code.
Update (6.13.2009): It does allow me to enter just the area code and phone number now when dialing a local phone number. It must know which country I'm calling from.
5) The phone is not meant for carrying around and conversing like a cordless phone due to its size. You have to set it down somewhere. I think the base has some weight in it so that it doesn't topple over easily.
6) The phone can tilt up to view the ceiling but not towards the ground to view stuff on the table top.
7) I haven't found a way to change the ring tone for different callers.

Asus Video Skype Phone Technical Specifications:


• Wireless: 802.11 b/g
• Wired: 10/100Mb Ethernet port


• DHCP/Static IP/PPPoE


• 202 mm (L) x 123 mm (W) x 253 mm (H)


• 1.6 kg


• 800 X 480 pixel 7" TFT LCD

Camera type

• Built in Webcam CMOS (640 X 480 pixels)


• Integrated Speaker
• Internal Microphone

Power supply

• AC Adaptor: 12V/3A

Battery life

• Talking Time : 20 minutes
• Standby Time : 30 minutes

Battery charging time

• 2 hours

Operating distance

• Wireless: 50 m (actual transmission distance may vary depending on operating conditions)

Keypad and buttons

- Power button
- Volume keys
- 5-way navigation (Up, Down, Left, Right and Select keys)
- Menu key
- Back key
- Call key
- End key

I/O connectors

- 3.5 mm Headphone jack and Microphone jack
- RJ-45 connector
- USB type A connector
- DC Jack
- Battery connector
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