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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2003) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Virtual Telephone (VT) is a computer controlled telephone designed to allow complete control of the telephone via a computer or voice activation. The user controls the phone's functions by using the mouse or any pointing device and clicking on a visual representation of the telephone. To dial calls, the user clicks on the visual receiver and it comes "off the hook". Numbers are dialed by clicking on the appropriate buttons. Conversations may be made on the built-in speakerphone or by using a wireless intercom. Calls are ended by clicking on the receiver again. Voice commands may also be used to control the phone. VT features last number re-dial, hold, a status window, and a programmable speed dial directory. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: System 6.03 or higher, a HyperCard 2.1, and 2 MB of random access memory (RAM).
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