Texet TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 comparison

The problem of choosing various kinds of technical devices for the elderly or close relatives confronts many of us with a certain frequency. And, as a rule, at this moment all the technical advantages of a particular model go into the shadows, giving way to such characteristics as “simple”, “understandable” and “minimal set of functions”. It is under this set of definitions that DECT devices fall, which we will consider in this article. Two budget phones Texet TX-D4400 and TX-D4300 are on the agenda.

Outwardly, the devices are very similar. A minimum of details, contrasting markings on the keyboard, dimensions that do not pretend to be miniaturized or thin. It impresses that the manufacturer does not try to "stylize" the models for more expensive ones, "encrust" them with metallized plastic or other decorative details.

The case material of both devices is black plastic. In the case of the TX-D4300, the plastic of both the handset and the base unit is glossy and identical in texture. TX-D4400 has a slightly more interesting design, combining matte and glossy textures. Due to sufficient weight and tangible dimensions, both tubes fit well in the hand. However, the TX-D4400 seemed a little more comfortable due to the not so convex front panel.

The keys of both devices are made of soft black rubber and have a deep travel with a noticeable click at the end of pressing. The inscriptions on the keys are well read even despite the lack of backlighting, but will seem small for people with impaired vision. Also, a consequence of the size of the devices was a fairly large distance between the keys - for many, this is an important criterion in choosing a phone for use at home.

Both devices have a classic arrangement of controls on the body. The front panel contains both a numeric keypad and keys for controlling the options of the devices. There are no functional elements on the side and top panels of both tubes. On the bottom are the contacts needed to charge the handset on the base unit. The battery cover is located on the back panel. In both cases, it is tightly fitted to the body and has practically no backlash. The gaps in the body are small and uniform, despite the notorious budget, the build quality is pleasant.

Controls and menus

The TX-D4400's function controls are represented by a set of standard keys. The central two-position joystick is responsible for activating the list of the last dialed and determined numbers. There are five and ten of them in the handset's memory, respectively. A pair of sub-display keys is responsible for calling up the menu and returning to the previous menu item. Under the numeric keypad are keys to lock the keypad, turn on silent mode, activate the speakerphone, Flash, and even the phone book.

The menu is extremely simple and linear. The first item gives access to missed calls. The next - to the phone book. The following are the settings for the base unit and handset. In the handset settings, you can set the date, time and activate the alarm. Using the last menu item, the handset can be returned to the basic settings. The only key on the base unit is responsible for searching for the handset.

Despite its positioning, the TX-D4400 is a fairly functional model. Management and configuration at the same time do not cause difficulties. The functional purpose of the keys is obvious, and the menu structure is simple and generally accepted logic.

The layout of the TX-D4300 controls is typical of most DECT machines. Below the display is a button to call the list of callers, it also sets the volume of the handset signal and the base unit. On the right and left are the microphone mute / undo the last action and access to the menu keys. Directly above the digital block is a combined button for opening / closing the line, calling the last dialed numbers and the phone book. At the bottom of the front panel are keys for key lock, Flash settings and Intercom intercom.

In the menu we see the items: phone book, base unit settings, handset settings, date / time and registration parameters. The menu structure is logical and clear. Despite the size of the display, the information is read well, there are no linguistic incidents.

Display

The display in both cases is an obvious evidence that the devices belong to the budget class. The TX-D4400 has a three-line segment display with amber backlight of moderate intensity. The top and bottom lines are reserved for service characters. Medium is for text. All inscriptions on the display are readable, the physical size of the display is 3.5x2.3 cm.

TX-D4300 has a nominal display. A narrow two-line strip displays service symbols at the top and menu and phonebook text at the bottom. The display does not have a backlight.

Phone book, caller ID, melodies, GAP

The TX-D4400 phone book is represented by 20 numbers with support for the Russian language. Only one number and one name can be assigned to one subscriber. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 20. The entry is made in one case. The numbers in the address book are arranged alphabetically, it is possible to search by the first letter. The ringtone can be selected from five polyphonic songs and five ringtones.

The TX-D4300 phonebook has more memory. The handset has 50 numbers with names in its memory. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 24. The ability to search by the first letter of the name is also provided. The ringtone can be selected from five ringtones. When a call comes in, both the handset and the base unit sound. The choice of ringtones on the base is similar, you can adjust the volume.

The signal volume of both devices is sufficient for comfortable hearing even in a noisy environment.

The handsets have European and Russian caller ID (Caller ID and Caller ID). The TX-D4400 retains information about 10 received calls. TX-D4300 stores information about 40 calls.

Both devices support the GAP protocol. Up to 5 cordless handsets https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD can be registered to a TX-D4300 base unit, each handsets can work with four base units. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4400 base unit.

Food

The TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are powered by two Ni-MH AAA batteries with a capacity of 500 and 550 mAh, respectively. The batteries are charged by placing the handset on the base unit. In both cases, the claimed battery life is 100 hours of standby time and 10 hours of talk time.

Conclusions

Both devices can be a rational and justified choice for users who do not have high technical claims, or for people of age who are also indifferent to design individuality and advanced features. With obviously budget positioning and modest cost, the TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are quite functional and logical in control.

Texet TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 comparison

The problem of choosing various kinds of technical devices for the elderly or close relatives confronts many of us with a certain frequency. And, as a rule, at this moment all the technical advantages of a particular model go into the shadows, giving way to such characteristics as “simple”, “understandable” and “minimal feature set”. It is under this set of definitions that DECT devices fall, which we will consider in this article. Two budget phones Texet TX-D4400 and TX-D4300 are on the agenda.

Outwardly, the devices are very similar. A minimum of details, contrasting markings on the keyboard, dimensions that do not pretend to be miniaturized or thin. It impresses that the manufacturer does not try to "stylize" the models for more expensive ones, "encrust" them with metallized plastic or other decorative details.

The case material of both devices is black plastic. In the case of the TX-D4300, the plastic of both the handset and the base unit is glossy and identical in texture. TX-D4400 has a slightly more interesting design, combining matte and glossy textures. Due to sufficient weight and tangible dimensions, both tubes fit well in the hand. However, the TX-D4400 seemed a little more comfortable due to the not so convex front panel.

The keys of both devices are made of soft black rubber and have a deep travel with a noticeable click at the end of pressing. The inscriptions on the keys are well read even despite the lack of backlighting, but will seem small for people with impaired vision. Also, a consequence of the size of the devices was a fairly large distance between the keys - for many, this is an important criterion in choosing a phone for use at home.

Both devices have a classic arrangement of controls on the body. The front panel contains both a numeric keypad and keys for controlling the options of the devices. There are no functional elements on the side and top panels of both tubes. On the bottom are the contacts needed to charge the handset on the base unit. The battery cover is located on the back panel. In both cases, it is tightly fitted to the body and has practically no backlash. The gaps in the body are small and uniform, despite the notorious budget, the build quality is pleasant.

Controls and menus

The TX-D4400's function controls are represented by a set of standard keys. The central two-position joystick is responsible for activating the list of the last dialed and determined numbers. There are five and ten of them in the handset's memory, respectively. A pair of sub-display keys is responsible for calling up the menu and returning to the previous menu item. Under the numeric keypad are keys to lock the keypad, turn on silent mode, activate the speakerphone, Flash, and even the phone book.

The menu is extremely simple and linear. The first item gives access to missed calls. The next - to the phone book. The following are the settings for the base unit and handset. In the handset settings, you can set the date, time and activate the alarm. Using the last menu item, the handset can be returned to the basic settings. The only key on the base unit is responsible for searching for the handset.

Despite its positioning, the TX-D4400 is a fairly functional model. Management and configuration at the same time do not cause difficulties. The functional purpose of the keys is obvious, and the menu structure is simple and generally accepted logic.

The layout of the TX-D4300 controls is typical of most DECT machines. Below the display is a button to call the list of callers, it also sets the volume of the handset signal and the base unit. On the right and left are the microphone mute / undo the last action and access to the menu keys. Directly above the digital block is a combined button for opening / closing the line, calling the last dialed numbers and the phone book. At the bottom of the front panel are keys for key lock, Flash settings and Intercom intercom.

In the menu we see the items: phone book, base unit settings, handset settings, date / time and registration parameters. The menu structure is logical and clear. Despite the size of the display, the information is read well, there are no linguistic incidents.

Display

The display in both cases is an obvious evidence that the devices belong to the budget class. The TX-D4400 has a three-line segment display with amber backlight of moderate intensity. The top and bottom lines are reserved for service characters. Medium is for text. All inscriptions on the display are readable, the physical size of the display is 3.5x2.3 cm.

TX-D4300 has a nominal display. A narrow two-line strip displays service symbols at the top and menu and phonebook text at the bottom. The display does not have a backlight.

Phone book, caller ID, melodies, GAP

The TX-D4400 phone book is represented by 20 numbers with support for the Russian language. Only one number and one name can be assigned to one subscriber. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 20. The entry is made in one case. The numbers in the address book are arranged alphabetically, it is possible to search by the first letter. The ringtone can be selected from five polyphonic songs and five ringtones.

The TX-D4300 phonebook has more memory. The handset has 50 numbers with names in its memory. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 24. The ability to search by the first letter of the name is also provided. The ringtone can be selected from five ringtones. When a call comes in, both the handset and the base unit sound. The choice of ringtones on the base is similar, you can adjust the volume.

The signal volume of both devices is sufficient for comfortable hearing even in a noisy environment.

The handsets have European and Russian caller ID (Caller ID and Caller ID). The TX-D4400 retains information about 10 received calls. TX-D4300 stores information about 40 calls.

Both devices support the GAP protocol. Up to 5 cordless handsets https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD can be registered to a TX-D4300 base unit, each handsets can work with four base units. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4400 base unit.

Food

The TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are powered by two Ni-MH AAA batteries with a capacity of 500 and 550 mAh, respectively. The batteries are charged by placing the handset on the base unit. In both cases, the claimed battery life is 100 hours of standby time and 10 hours of talk time.

Conclusions

Both devices can be a rational and justified choice for users who do not have high technical claims, or for people of age who are also indifferent to design individuality and advanced features. With obviously budget positioning and modest cost, the TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are quite functional and logical in control.

Texet TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 comparison

The problem of choosing various kinds of technical devices for the elderly or close relatives confronts many of us with a certain frequency. And, as a rule, at this moment all the technical advantages of a particular model go into the shadows, giving way to such characteristics as “simple”, “understandable” and “minimal feature set”. It is under this set of definitions that DECT devices fall, which we will consider in this article. Two budget phones Texet TX-D4400 and TX-D4300 are on the agenda.

Outwardly, the devices are very similar. A minimum of details, contrasting markings on the keyboard, dimensions that do not pretend to be miniaturized or thin. It impresses that the manufacturer does not try to "stylize" the models for more expensive ones, "encrust" them with metallized plastic or other decorative details.

The case material of both devices is black plastic. In the case of the TX-D4300, the plastic of both the handset and the base unit is glossy and identical in texture. TX-D4400 has a slightly more interesting design, combining matte and glossy textures. Due to sufficient weight and tangible dimensions, both tubes fit well in the hand. However, the TX-D4400 seemed a little more comfortable due to the not so convex front panel.

The keys of both devices are made of soft black rubber and have a deep travel with a noticeable click at the finish of pressing. The inscriptions on the keys are well read even despite the lack of backlighting, but will seem small for people with impaired vision. Also, a consequence of the size of the devices was a fairly large distance between the keys - for many, this is an important criterion in choosing a phone for use at home.

Both devices have a classic arrangement of controls on the body. The front panel contains both a numeric keypad and keys for controlling the options of the devices. There are no functional elements on the side and top panels of both tubes. On the bottom are the contacts needed to charge the handset on the base unit. The battery cover is located on the back panel. In both cases, it is tightly fitted to the body and has practically no backlash. The gaps in the body are small and uniform, despite the notorious budget, the build quality is pleasant.

Controls and menus

The TX-D4400's function controls are represented by a set of standard keys. The central two-position joystick is responsible for activating the list of the last dialed and determined numbers. There are five and ten of them in the handset's memory, respectively. A pair of sub-display keys is responsible for calling up the menu and returning to the previous menu item. Under the numeric keypad are keys to lock the keypad, turn on silent mode, activate the speakerphone, Flash, and even the phone book.

The menu is extremely simple and linear. The first item gives access to missed calls. The next - to the phone book. The following are the settings for the base unit and handset. In the handset settings, you can set the date, time and activate the alarm. Using the last menu item, the handset can be returned to the basic settings. The only key on the base unit is responsible for searching for the handset.

Despite its positioning, the TX-D4400 is a fairly functional model. Management and configuration at the same time do not cause difficulties. The functional purpose of the keys is obvious, and the menu structure is simple and generally accepted logic.

The layout of the TX-D4300 controls is typical of most DECT machines. Below the display is a button to call the list of callers, it also sets the volume of the handset signal and the base unit. On the right and left are the microphone mute / undo the last action and menu access keys. Directly above the digital block is a combined button for opening / closing the line, calling the last dialed numbers and the phone book. At the bottom of the front panel are keys to lock the keypad, Flash settings and Intercom intercom.

In the menu we see the items: phone book, base unit settings, handset settings, date / time and registration parameters. The menu structure is logical and clear. Despite the size of the display, the information is read well, there are no linguistic incidents.

Display

The display in both cases is an obvious evidence that the devices belong to the budget class. The TX-D4400 has a three-line segment display with amber backlight of moderate intensity. The top and bottom lines are reserved for service characters. Medium is for text. All inscriptions on the display are readable, the physical size of the display is 3.5x2.3 cm.

TX-D4300 has a nominal display. A narrow two-line strip displays service symbols at the top and menu and phonebook text at the bottom. The display does not have a backlight.

Phone book, caller ID, melodies, GAP

The TX-D4400 phone book is represented by 20 numbers with support for the Russian language. Only one number and one name can be assigned to one subscriber. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 20. The entry is made in one case. Numbers in the address book are arranged alphabetically, it is possible to search by the first letter. The ringtone can be selected from five polyphonic songs and five ringtones.

The TX-D4300 phonebook has more memory. The handset has 50 numbers with names in its memory. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 24. The ability to search by the first letter of the name is also provided. The ringtone can be selected from five ringtones. When a call comes in, both the handset and the base unit sound. The choice of ringtones on the base is similar, you can adjust the volume.

The signal volume of both devices is sufficient for comfortable hearing even in a noisy environment.

The handsets have European and Russian caller ID (Caller ID and Caller ID). The TX-D4400 retains information about 10 received calls. TX-D4300 stores information about 40 calls.

Both devices support the GAP protocol. Up to 5 cordless handsets https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD can be registered to a TX-D4300 base unit, each handsets can work with four base units. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4400 base unit.

Food

The TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are powered by two Ni-MH AAA batteries with a capacity of 500 and 550 mAh, respectively. The batteries are charged by placing the handset on the base unit. In both cases, the claimed battery life is 100 hours of standby time and 10 hours of talk time.

Conclusions

Both devices can be a rational and justified choice for users who do not have high technical claims, or for people of age who are also indifferent to design individuality and advanced features. With obviously budget positioning and modest cost, the TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are quite functional and logical in control.

Texet TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 comparison

The problem of choosing various kinds of technical devices for the elderly or close relatives confronts many of us with a certain frequency. And, as a rule, at this moment all the technical advantages of a particular model go into the shadows, giving way to such characteristics as “simple”, “understandable” and “minimal set of functions”. It is under this set of definitions that DECT devices fall, which we will consider in this article. Two budget phones Texet TX-D4400 and TX-D4300 are on the agenda.

Outwardly, the devices are very similar. A minimum of details, contrasting markings on the keyboard, dimensions that do not pretend to be miniaturized or thin. It impresses that the manufacturer does not try to "stylize" the models for more expensive ones, "encrust" them with metallized plastic or other decorative details.

The case material of both devices is black plastic. In the case of the TX-D4300, the plastic of both the handset and the base unit is glossy and identical in texture. TX-D4400 has a slightly more interesting design, combining matte and glossy textures. Due to sufficient weight and tangible dimensions, both tubes fit well in the hand. However, the TX-D4400 seemed a little more comfortable due to the not so convex front panel.

The keys of both devices are made of soft black rubber and have a deep travel with a noticeable click at the finish of pressing. The inscriptions on the keys are well read even despite the lack of backlighting, but will seem small for people with impaired vision. Also, a consequence of the size of the devices was a fairly large distance between the keys - for many, this is an important criterion in choosing a phone for use at home.

Both devices have a classic arrangement of controls on the body. The front panel contains both a numeric keypad and keys for controlling the options of the devices. There are no functional elements on the side and top panels of both tubes. On the bottom are the contacts needed to charge the handset on the base unit. The battery cover is located on the back panel. In both cases, it is tightly fitted to the body and has practically no backlash. The gaps in the body are small and uniform, despite the notorious budget, the build quality is pleasant.

Controls and menus

The TX-D4400's function controls are represented by a set of standard keys. The central two-position joystick is responsible for activating the list of the last dialed and determined numbers. There are five and ten of them in the handset's memory, respectively. A pair of sub-display keys is responsible for calling up the menu and returning to the previous menu item. Under the numeric keypad are keys to lock the keypad, turn on silent mode, activate the speakerphone, Flash, and even the phone book.

The menu is extremely simple and linear. The first item gives access to missed calls. The next - to the phone book. The following are the settings for the base unit and handset. In the handset settings, you can set the date, time and activate the alarm. Using the last menu item, the handset can be returned to the basic settings. The only key on the base unit is responsible for searching for the handset.

Despite its positioning, the TX-D4400 is a fairly functional model. Management and configuration at the same time do not cause difficulties. The functional purpose of the keys is obvious, and the menu structure is simple and generally accepted logic.

The layout of the TX-D4300 controls is typical of most DECT machines. Below the display is a button to call the list of callers, it also sets the volume of the handset signal and the base unit. On the right and left are the microphone mute / undo the last action and menu access keys. Directly above the digital block is a combined button for opening / closing the line, calling the last dialed numbers and the phone book. At the bottom of the front panel are keys to lock the keypad, Flash settings and Intercom intercom.

In the menu we see the items: phone book, base unit settings, handset settings, date / time and registration parameters. The menu structure is logical and clear. Despite the size of the display, the information is read well, there are no linguistic incidents.

Display

The display in both cases is an obvious evidence that the devices belong to the budget class. The TX-D4400 has a three-line segment display with amber backlight of moderate intensity. The top and bottom lines are reserved for service characters. Medium is for text. All inscriptions on the display are readable, the physical size of the display is 3.5x2.3 cm.

TX-D4300 has a nominal display. A narrow two-line strip displays service symbols at the top and menu and phonebook text at the bottom. The display does not have a backlight.

Phone book, caller ID, melodies, GAP

The TX-D4400 phone book is represented by 20 numbers with support for the Russian language. Only one number and one name can be assigned to one subscriber. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 20. The entry is made in one case. The numbers in the address book are arranged alphabetically, it is possible to search by the first letter. The ringtone can be selected from five polyphonic songs and five ringtones.

The TX-D4300 phonebook has more memory. The handset has 50 numbers with names in its memory. The maximum number of letters in the name is 12, characters in the number is 24. The ability to search by the first letter of the name is also provided. The ringtone can be selected from five ringtones. When a call comes in, both the handset and the base unit sound. The choice of ringtones on the base is similar, you can adjust the volume.

The signal volume of both devices is sufficient for comfortable hearing even in a noisy environment.

The handsets have European and Russian caller ID (Caller ID and Caller ID). The TX-D4400 retains information about 10 received calls. TX-D4300 stores information about 40 calls.

Both devices support the GAP protocol. Up to 5 wireless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4300 base unit https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD, each handset can work with up to four base units. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4400 base unit.

Both devices support the GAP protocol. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4300 base unit https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD https://cars45.com.gh/kczp2j5Jpx414ao0VmHG1oSD , each of the handsets can work with four base units. Up to 5 cordless handsets can be registered to the TX-D4400 base unit.

Food

The TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are powered by two Ni-MH AAA batteries with a capacity of 500 and 550 mAh, respectively. The batteries are charged by placing the handset on the base unit. In both cases, the claimed battery life is 100 hours of standby time and 10 hours of talk time.

Conclusions

Both devices can be a rational and justified choice for users who do not have high technical claims, or for people of age who are also indifferent to design individuality and advanced features. With obviously budget positioning and modest cost, the TX-D4300 and TX-D4400 are quite functional and logical in control.