User’s Manual Make sure that the following items are included: An optical USB VoIP Mouse Earphones VoI P A mini Installation CD Ma us Note: This manual is for the driver version 0.9.0.2 of the VoIP mouse. Introduction You can use these VoIP USB optical mouse as a mini computer speakers, or as a phone. Thanks to the full-function keyboard you can use comfortably surf the Internet or various VoIP services. Mouse: 1.5m USB cable (USB 2.0) 800 dpi optical sensor Speakers: Excellent sound quality 48 KHz To provide headset to your privacy VoIP Phone: Automatic connection of mouse and VoIP phone Direct connection to Skype, VoipBuster, VoipStunt, VoipCheap, VoipDiscount, Internetcalls, Internet calls, Poivy, WebCallDirect, VoipCheapCom, Freecall and Netappel. Monochrome 128 * 64 pixel LCD with backlight. Supports all languages. VoIP contact list, caller list, call history, time and caller ID display on the LCD. Speakerphone. Various selectable ring tones. Full function keypad and LCD allow Answering and making Calls without a keyboard and mouse. Good audible tones. Acoustically isolated in ear headphones and microphone Duplex communication with excellent sound. Specifications Weight 119g Dimensions 99mm * 50mm * 29mm Cable 1.5M USB Cable (USB 2.0) LCD 29mm * 13.5mm, 128 * 64 pixels 800 dpi optical sensor 2.5mm headphone jack Voltage 4 ~ 5.25 V Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40 degrees System Requirements Microsoft Windows 2000/XP Minimum: Pentium 400MHz/128MB RAM/16MB free disk space. One free USB port. Internet connection (ADSL, cable modem, wireless LAN) for VoIP phone Functions. Overview Other Features Speakerphone: Further information can be found in this guide under "FAQs". Keyboard Button Explanation LCD Symbol Getting Started Use as a mouse and speakers Connect to the VoIP mouse to an available USB port on your computer. Now that VoIP can be used as a mouse as a mouse and speakers. Use as a VoIP Phone To use the device as a VoIP phone, you must first install the following software: Step 1: Install the latest VoIP applications You need the latest version of Skype (version 2.0 or newer). You can download the latest version of Skype on the official website: http://www.skype.com/download/skype/windows/ Step 2: Install the latest VoIP Mouse driver Insert the supplied CD into your PC or download the latest version of the VoIP Mouse driver download: http://www.skyu2m.com/download/VOIPMouseSetup.exe The display on the LCD screen changes and a green icon appears in the taskbar. Now you can take with VoIP calls and mouse. Drivers symbols meaning (Green) The link is working. (Grade) The link between mouse and VoIP is the application interrupted. (For more information, see this Operating under "FAQs" Question 1) (Red)The mouse has no connection (to the computer more Information can be found in this guide below "FAQs" Question 2.) Step 3: Start of a VoIP application Press the button (Menu) and select with Active VoIP Press the button (OK) to see the following icons on your computer screen: Select the desired application with VoIP out. Press (ok) Note: There is a second way to start a VoIP application to: Perform a right-click the driver icon and select the menu item "Active VoIP". Then select the desired application out. Step 4: Adjusting the Smart Router There are cheaper providers of VoIP telephony. The "Intelligent Router provides the Opportunity to use this service. You can set it as follows: Perform a right-click the driver icon and select "Options". Click on "Advanced" and "use the following VoIP service." Your calls will now be automatically made via the selected provider. To make a free VoIP call, click to use "free VoIP services." If the service is not available, then all calls made via SkypeOut service (registration, Skype is necessary). If the free VoIP service is unavailable, you can select both options ( "FREE to use VoIP service" and "use the following VoIP services") to allow all Skype calls are forwarded to the selected VoIP service.
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