This week, we unboxed the Polycom VVX410 on our YouTube series, Metric Loop Unboxed. To view the complete unboxing, check out our video here. After we unboxed the VVX410, we hooked it up, and tested it out. This phone not only provides excellent voice clarity, but it is also easy to use and simple to deploy.
Aesthetically, this phone is intuitive and has easy to use functions. On the LCD color display, you can clearly see capabilities such as, messages, settings, directory, call forwarding, third party applications, and a calendar. To go one step further, even the buttons are intuitive – for example, the hold button is an icon of a phone with a pause sign. It doesn’t get any easier than that. Now let’s get into the nitty gritty and go over the VVX410’s tech specs.
- 3.5" TFT (320 x 240)
- 12 lines or speed dial keys
- HD Voice up to 7KHz on all audio paths (Speaker, Handset, Headset)
- 2 x Ethernet 10/100 or GigE
- Asian character support
- Hard Keys: 12-key dial pad, home, speaker, mute, headset, volume, messages, hold, transfer
- 4-way navigation cluster with center “select” key
- Supports VVX Expansion Module and VVX Color Expansion Module (Expandability up to 3 modules)
- Multiple VoIP protocol support: VoIP Protocols: SIP, RTCP, RTP, SRTP, SDP
The Polycom VVX410 is a simple decision if you are looking for a seamless integration into your current phone system or if you’re starting out fresh and installing a new system. For more information, check out Polycom’s website