Hear loud and clear with Clarity's Pal Video
Hear loud and clear with Clarity's Pal Video Transcript
Hello, everybody. I'm Lyn from ZNET here at CCI 2012 in New Orleans (??) to show you guys Pal by Clarity. So, let's take a look. Now, as you could see, this phone was made for seniors and people with disabilities. The buyers are very large and there's three program numbers that you could keep here. On the back, there's an emergency call button. It doesn't have to necessarily go to 911 but you can pre-program 911 but you can call and catch someone that you put in in case of an emergency. There's a tone dial here and a blue button here that will increase the sound, the output sound of the pal and there's a volume blocker here. Now, this may not be the prettiest and most high tech phone on the market but with 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 everyday, it might be something that you're interested in for yourself or a loved one. Again, I'm Lyn from ZNET bringing you guys a Pal from Clarity. It will be available May 28th for $99.00.
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Pal by Clarity Specs
Manufacturer: Plantronics, Inc.
Part number: 50901
- Product Basic Spec