Siemens SL74X $2,000 encrypted cordless phone

The Gigaset SL74X, unveiled Thursday at the CeBIT trade show, is being billed as the world's first cordless encryption phone by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, a newly created subsidiary of Siemens AG.  "Cord-based encryption phones are already available but they have one slight drawback; often people who use these […]

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The Gigaset SL74X, unveiled Thursday at the CeBIT trade show, is being billed as the world's first cordless encryption phone by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, a newly created subsidiary of Siemens AG.
 
"Cord-based encryption phones are already available but they have one slight drawback; often people who use these phones such as government officials or even business executives are in rooms that can be bugged," said Nicholas Ord, vice president innovation at the Siemens subsidiary. "With this phone, they can step out, say, onto an outdoor balcony or even the street and make a call."  
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